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Melbourne Festival Time!

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Melbourne – we’re the city of a hundred festivals. As soon as one ends (think Melbourne Fringe Festival) – another begins! No wonder we’re routinely on the world’s ‘most liveable city’ lists. Today, the Chisholm & Gamon blog features highlights of the Melbourne Festival, taking over the city from the 11th – 27th of October. [...]

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Everything Old Is New Again

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October is a month to embrace new beginnings, think mindfully about consumption – and clear the decks of unwanted (but lovable) goods! Spring cleaning gives you the motivation and opportunity to beautify your domestic environment while redefining your personal style. You’re helped along by two ‘fresh start’ events in October – the Garage Sale Trail [...]

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A company share purchase may not be as confusing as you might think.

Have a look at a snapshot of the options listed below.

Contact Dan Hustwaite of Acqua Financial Services for expert advice.

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St Kilda Testimonial

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Thanks Sam

We are just thrilled to have sold our home.

Thanks to you personally for being so engaged from start to finish in the process. Your enthusiasm & passion for what you do was consistently demonstrated yet shining most brightly in the last days of negotiating.

We both felt that your business dealings were always done with honesty & integrity & for that reason, we would not hesitate to recommend Chisholm & Gamon to our friends.

Off course we would like to also commend Shane for all his hard work & the fresh approach he brought to the campaign. The hand over was seamless & Shane’s strong work ethic flawless.

Matthew thank you also for being there for ongoing inspections, prior & post auction, & for welcoming people into our home. I know there is so much you did behind the scenes too that facilitated this process so please know we are grateful for all your hard work too.

For now bottle of bubbly is still on ice until we find mutually agreeable time to share it

Yours faithfully

Bernie & Kevin Curtis

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C&G’s Guide to a Virtuous Southside Sunday Detox

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It’s a typical Melbourne Sunday and yesterday’s AFL win or loss is casting a dark ‘overindulgence’ shadow between your ears. Do you dwell in the bedroom in your ‘Sunday Best’ or elect to get some vitamin D out in the glorious sunshine? Chisholm and Gamon have written a ‘Sunday Detox’ guide for southsiders who are looking to start the week with their best foot forward.

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Step one – get out and about and put on those runners! Bayside hosts some of the best parks and running tracks in Melbourne, from the Golf Links Lane in Black Rock to the Coastal Trail.

Golf Links Lane Walk, Black Rock

A moderate 4.3km walk or run through Melbourne’s premier golfing district. It is home to a combination of golf courses, natural heathlands and reserves. This run is an ideal Sunday escape from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Coastal Trail- Brighton to Beaumauris

A 17km trail of clifftops, rocks and beaches for the intermediate walker. This track has inspired many of Australia’s most celebrated painters and sculptors. The trail is filled with art history boards – so you’ll be feeding both the body and the brain.

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After all that running, no doubt you’ll be feeling snacky. There’s no better way to nurture the soul than with a healthy Sunday lunch. Chisholm and Gamon introduce two bayside favorites: Fitzrovia and Moshi Moshi.

Fitzrovia – 2/155 Fitzroy St, St Kilda

Fitzrovia is a biodynamic restaurant in St Kilda over looking Albert Park. It serves a predominantly European menu that changes daily with seasonal farm-to -fork options. Don’t feel like eating in? Fitzrovia also offer self-customized picnic hampers for those sunny days by the beach.

Moshi Moshi -79 Bay St, Port Melbourne

An authentic Japanese and fresh seafood restaurant perfect for your Omega 3 and protein hit. Moshi Moshi recommends booking to guarantee a table. Keep in mind: Monday will thank you if you steer clear of the Sake and Beer.

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Finish your most virtuous day off with a fibre fuelled alkalising boost. Visit Raw Energy Juice Bar at 158 Bay St, Port Melbourne. It will certainly put a spring in your step for Monday!

Feeling creative? Here’s a nourishing juice to make at home.

Wash all produce well, remove rind, core and peel. Juice or blend produce, pour over ice and enjoy.

Happy Green Juice

  • 1 cucumber
  • 2 celery stalks
  • 2 pears
  • 6-8 kale leaves
  • 1/2 lemon
  • 1 inch of ginger

Sunday’s detox allows for a little room to re-tox over the course of the week. A few concluding tips from Chisholm and Gamon: when possible – eat organically, go outdoors everyday and be kind to your body. Remember – a little indulgence is equally beneficial for the soul!

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Getting ‘Bizzy With It

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Did you know over 1.2 million people are employed by small businesses in Australia? Small businesses (like Chisholm and Gamon!) deliver products and services representing more than 30% of Victoria’s output. Small businesses are vital to Victoria’s regional economy, with 28% of small businesses are based in rural locations.  Our state’s future relies on ‘the little guys’ delivering sustained economic growth based on productivity and export readiness. Today Chisholm and Gamon present an overview of the most useful events in the upcoming Small Business Festival in Victoria- helping local Port Phillip businesses to improve business out of sight!

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Do you own a small business? Consider attending this year’s Small Business Festival, a month-long program of events which will give you the tools necessary to innovate your business in a competitive environment.  This popular festival will leave you rich with inspiration and ideas, the right ingredients for any small business to succeed.

The Festival runs from 1-31 August with staged events hosted by a variety of people, including industry groups, tertiary institutions and government agencies.  The program will include information ranging from:

  • Financial Management
  • Technology
  • Marketing
  • Export Potential

Events are in the form of seminars, networking events, workshops, conferences, launches, forums and exhibitions.  There really will be something for everyone.

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Five reasons to attend (by yourself, or with your team):

  • Learn the insider secrets from the pros

Expert speakers to challenge the way you do business

  • Keep up with technological changes and save time

Be exposed to the latest technologies for minimal cost and the shortest amount of time

  • Become more productive

Exposure to new ideas and skills and important trends that could boost your business

  • Spark Creativity and Innovation

Take a break from the routine and look at the business with fresh eyes

  • Find new Business Solutions

Resolve business bottlenecks and generate creative solutions

 

Bookings can be made online, over the phone and in person.  Simply email

festival@business.vic.gov.au Tel: Business Victoria on 13 22 15 and register to receive the 2013 Festival Event Guide.

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C&G’s12 Month Radio Anniversary

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Torsten Kasper and Sam Gamon celebrated their first 12 months on radio this week.

The popular property show airs every Sunday at 10AM on MYMP 1377 on the AM dial.

Torsten said that “it’s been a fantastic medium to educate the public and demystify the property industry”.

The program’s popularity continues to grow, covering a wide range of property related topics.

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