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To City Lodge Hotel Bryanston and Back Again (2018-04-11) Accommodation | Photo Gallery 29 JAN 2019

Last year saw me make an uncharacteristically large amount of Touchwork business trips to both Durban and Johannesburg (unusual because my work behind the keyboard generally means that I get to remain behind the scenes).

Not that I’m complaining though. New things to see, new people to meet, bank headquarters to visit, business relationships to cement, and all that.

Plus, it turns out that Bryanston is quite a leafy (and occasionally rather wet) spot. I honestly didn’t know.

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(Bonus Tip: Ghazal makes the most amazing Indian food! Worth keeping in mind if you ever find yourself traipsing around the Bryanston area…)

Related Link: City Lodge Hotel Bryanston

Construction Expos, Sandton and Hypenica (2015-05-11) My Life 08 MAY 2016

(NOTE: Oh dear. This post has been sitting in my Drafts folder for a year now. I wrote it up at the end of May 2015, but never got around to finishing it off. Now, a year later, my birthday is literally around the corner again, and more importantly, the 2016 version of the Expo is about to kick off on Monday. And yes, Kinetica is again being used to manage the badge print process in case you’re wondering. Right, time to get it out of my Drafts folder then…)

Luckily Chantelle and I celebrated my birthday the weekend before with a fabulous weekend away of wine and activities in Franschhoek, because come the Monday of my birthday (11 May 2015), I was on the plane and off to Johannesburg for work!

walking to sandton convention centre

Hypenica, the sister company to which Touchwork (whom I work for) is a technology partner to, is an events and media (Concrete.tv, Cape Business News) company, focused in particular on the construction and infrastructure business sectors.

The week of the 10-16 May 2015 was a big one for them, with four distinct operations simultaneously taking place at the Sandton Convention Centre to make up their Concrete Week and African Construction Week events.

sandton convention centre signage

These four operations included:

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