On 1 March, the Tasmanian Division of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) opened its new Business Centre and Member Lounge in the heart of Hobart at 4/85 Macquarie Street.
Officially opened by AICD Chairman Elizabeth Proust AO FAICD, Tasmanian Premier the Hon Will Hodgman MP and AICD Divisional President Dr Rod Roberts FAICD, the lounge is a welcome addition for Tasmanian and inter-state AICD members.
“Our new Lounge provides a sanctuary for members to plug-in and quietly work or unplug, have a great coffee and read a newspaper,” Cathie Goss, State Manager of AICD’s TAS Division said.
“Our members are often chasing from one meeting to another when traveling away from home and have told us they appreciate a quiet space in which to draw a breath, check emails and make a few calls.”
The new facility offers discreet meeting places, networking hubs and quiet spaces to rest and relax. A range of complimentary services including concierge and daily storage, wifi, tea and coffee, printing and a selection of the latest publications are also available.
For those looking for more privacy or a more formal setting to conduct meetings, the multi-functional space also has a number of meeting rooms and a modern training facility available for hire by members and the wider business community.
“Our purpose-built and welcoming space serves most business needs with catering packages also available,” she said.
To find out more about AICD’s Business Centre and Member Lounges and how to make the most of your AICD membership, click here.