drinks association welcomes new Corporate Partner

October 29, 2015
By Alana House
The drinks association is pleased to welcome global leader in human resource consulting and outsourcing solutions, Aon Hewitt as its newest Corporate Partner in 2016.

Launched in late 2014, Corporate Partnerships offer mutually beneficial business opportunities that further the association’s aim of building stronger, progressive, competitive and valued services to the drinks industry.

Rachael Finnemore, Partner − Head of Reward, says Aon Hewitt is looking forward to working with the association to deliver a new level of services to its members.

“Aon Hewitt has been providing market-leading remuneration data and advisory services to the drinks association and its valued members since 2011,” she said. “We are excited to be partnering with the drinks association as a Corporate Partner and proud to be supporting the drinks association in continually growing and enhancing the services its members receive.”
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Drinks Association Welcomes New Corporate Partner

January 16, 2015
By Alana House

As we kick off the New Year, the drinks association is thrilled to welcome SCG Events/Delaware North to its group of Corporate Partners.

The latest business to align itself
with the association, SCG Events and parent company Delaware North, are set to deliver a new level of prestige to association events, in particular the annual Australian drinks Awards.

Sharon Arrow, GM Hospitality & Sporting Services at Delaware North – Sydney Cricket Ground, is excited about the venture.

“As Delaware North celebrates 100 years of Catering in Stadia throughout the world, SCG Events – the corporate event division of Delaware North – is delighted to partner with the drinks association at Sydney’s iconic SCG”, Sharon said. “It is a perfect fit of an exceptional industry body; a global caterer with family values; and Sydney’s most prestigious sporting venue. SCG Events – the corporate event division of Delaware North – is looking forward to welcoming the association, calling the SCG home for the next three years.”

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