Business Circle demos BindiMaps at AMP Building

Anna, Tony and Thanassis at the AMP Building in Sydney, showcasing BindiMaps.

Anna, Tony and Thanassis at the AMP Building in Sydney, showcasing BindiMaps.

Earlier this month we BindiMapped the swanky events area on the top of the AMP Building at The Rocks in Sydney.

The effort was for a demonstration to senior executives from a range of big businesses who were present for a diversity and inclusion lunch hosted by the Trans Tasman Business Circle.

Among those speaking at the event was Paralympic Gold medal swimmer Matt Levy, who used BindiMaps at the event.

Anna mentors with Pacific women

CEO Anna Wright was last month invited to speak at a Pacific Women In Business forum in Brisbane. The event was put on by the International Centre for Democratic partnerships and featured women from Pacific Island nationals who were keen to learn from Anna.

Anna spoke on the topic “How technology can be effectively utilised to overcome social challenges and foster inclusivity”.

Anna speaks at the Pacific Women in Business Forum in Brisbane.

Anna speaks at the Pacific Women in Business Forum in Brisbane.

Melbourne Shopping Centre BindiMapped

Last week saw BindiMaps launch our first location in Melbourne, the Barkly Square Shopping Centre in Brunswick.

The centre covers more than 5,000 square metres and includes a JB Hi Fi, Coles, Woolworths and Kmart, along with restaurants and takeaway food outlets and a central outdoor area with casual seating in the middle of the complex, all of which is covered by BindiMaps.

Barkly is owned by ISPT Super Property and is one of more than 50 shopping centres it owns or manages around Australia. We’re sure it’s going to be the first of many ISPT properties that are BindiMapped!

The centre went live on the app in the last week in June, soon after Mladen moved to Melbourne to spearhead our expansion there. Stay tuned for more new locations in Victoria soon!