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When Google Cloud came to visit

In house events

No business operates in isolation. Our community helps to propel our business forwards and inspires us to be the best we can be.

We love seizing opportunities to support our network in return. We have been lucky to host some outstanding events with friends of our firm recently, with our stunning reception area providing the ideal backdrop to the ideas and speakers on display.


NAWIC: Financial Future Series 2

The National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) holds regular seminars and events for its members. In seeking a venue for the second event in their Financial Future Series they approached Redchip, and we were more than happy to oblige.

Olivia Maragna of Aspire Retire and our own Emily O’Brien spoke to 30 women in construction about wealth creation and asset protection.

Datisan & Google Cloud: Cloud for Marketing 

Redchip has a strong relationship with the founders of Datisan, spanning many years as both client and adviser. The data experts recently moved into our neighbourhood and we were thrilled to be given an opportunity to show them a warm welcome.

For this event, Datisan partnered with Google Cloud to discuss leveraging the cloud to enable better marketing outcomes. The informal panel discussion analysed the topic from varied perspectives, with speakers from Creagous, Flight Centre and Google Cloud.

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