The Next Big Thing Summit
In April, members of our team attended The Next Big Thing Summit in Melbourne.
This conference was aimed at business leaders who want to understand how ICT and emerging digital technologies are transforming the future of work and life, disrupting industries and creating massive new opportunities for business innovation, product development and customer engagement.
It was great to hear from those doing the disrupting - the people and companies that are creating and pioneering the use of these technologies today – and to prepare for the future.
Here, our CEO Paul Hilton and Practice Manager Dan Beck are swimming without even getting we
AustralianSuper Corporate Triathlon
Power Tynan entered seven teams to compete in the AustralianSuper Corporate Triathlon, which was held on Saturday 2nd May at the Gold Coast. Each participant was required to complete a 400m swim, 10km bike ride and 4km run.
The Gold Coast experienced cyclonic weather leading up to the weekend, but turned on some absolutely perfect weather for the day of the event. Congratulations to everyone who participated!
The most recent Social Club outing for Toowoomba staff was an interactive dinner at The Sauce Kitchen with chef Tony Ching. Staff prepared shepherd’s pie, lamb tagine with date cous cous and a hot vegetable salad, with delicious crepes for dessert. A great time was had by all, and nobody lost a finger (or an eyebrow!)
Biggest Morning Tea Bake Off
To raise money for our Charitable Trust, Power Tynan held a Biggest Morning Tea Bake Off during the month of May. Staff were put into teams, and each member of the team brought along one homemade dish on their allocated Friday. All staff were asked to vote for their favourite morning tea dish by donating towards that particular item. At the end of each morning tea, winners were named based on the amount of money raised for each dish. At the end of the month, the place getters from the previous weeks battled it out to take home the prize of Power Tynan’s Best Baker.
Congratulations to Racheal Hendry, who took out the prize in Stanthorpe with her yummy Carrot Cupcakes, and to Aimee Driemel who blitzed the Toowoomba Grand Final with delicious Potato Skins.
Altogether we raised a grand total of $722.85, which is a phenomenal effort!