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Membership — Sydney Meeting Facilities

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One of the great things about being a member of the Australian Dental Industry Association (ADIA) is that your business has free access to meeting facilities in Sydney. From discreet client meetings, a venue to interview prospective staff through to training courses and seminars the member meeting facilities are sure to be of value.

The ADIA's member meeting facilities are located in inner-south Sydney, approximately two kilometres from the airport and six kilometres from the central business district. Readily accessible by public transport and with a range of off-street parking options nearby, its an ideal venue.

ADIA Member Lounge

This workspace is ideally suited for meetings of two or three people and the lounge includes couches and a round table. Whether you're in town and want to meet with colleagues and clients or event conduct staff interviews, this is private space is sure to impress.

What's great about this space is that if you are in Sydney for the day and need a place to base yourself, this will be your home.

The member lounge has free wifi, a large-screen television for presentations, a conference telephone and even a Nespresso coffee machine.

ADIA Multi Function Meeting Space

Recognising the high costs paid by member businesses for training rooms in Sydney, ADIA created this multifunction meeting space so that members can host business meetings, seminars, courses and similar events.

It can easily accommodate a board-room style meeting for twelve people, around fourteen people in a u-shape configuration, twenty-four people in a classroom set up and forty in a theatre style arrangement.

This room has abundant natural light and a small outdoor balcony overlooking the Sydney city skyline which is great for coffee breaks. There is a large Nespresso coffee machine and a small kitchenette for catering purposes.

The multifunction meeting space is equipped with a lectern and for presentations there are two extra-large led television screens plus an overhead data projector. Presenters have access to premium high-speed wifi and there is also standard wifi for all event guests.

There is no cost to ADIA member businesses to use the facilities which can be booked for use during business hours, evenings and on weekends. ADIA member businesses wishing to book a meeting space need only complete the form below:

Book Your Meeting Space Today —

ADIA Member Meeting Space - Booking form [PDF]

Recognising the symbiotic relationship that exists between the dental industry, dentists and allied oral healthcare professionals these meeting rooms are also available without charge to associations in the dental and oral healthcare area. The rooms are also available for a nominal charge to industry associations that are members of the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI).

Further Information —

If your business would like to enquire about meeting room availability simply contact ADIA Member Services via email at membership@adia.org.au or by telephone on 1300 943 094.


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