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Secret Men’s Business

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The annual Secret Men’s Business dinner was held in Sydney last night, raising funds for a very important cause.

Held at Sydney’s Ivy Ballroom, this year’s Secret Men’s Business dinner raised an incredible $174,000 for The Research & Fertility Centre for the Royal Hospital for Women Foundation at Randwick in Sydney.

Former Wallaby Phil Kearns played MC to a room of 300 (mostly men) to champion a “him for her” message around fertility. Professor Bill Ledger also talked to the room about  the objective of the hospital and the importance of the Research & Fertility Centre. Kearns also led a panel discussion with former sporting stars Colin Scotts, Marc Bosnich and Joe Roff.

“With yet another successful Secret Men’s Business Dinner for 2016, we are absolutely thrilled with the support from the room to raise the funds we did last night in the tune of $174,000 for the hospital,” said Royal Hospital for Women Foundation CEO Catherine Oates-Smith. “We are beyond grateful with this result.”

Partners included:

Naming Rights Sponsors: 1st City Real Estate and Wentworth Courier,

Gold Sponsors: Allens and Optus,

Beverage partners: Pilsner Urquell and Peroni beer and Pizzini Wines and Winestock for providing the beautiful Pizzini wine.

Venue partner: Merivale for providing the fabulous J&M Whiskey Bar (merivale.com.au/jandm)

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