With Winter around the corner, it seems like things are only heating up here (terrible pun, I know!). Foy’s has had yet another busy week but we somehow managed to fit in a cheeky 30km walk.
On Tuesday the 22nd of May, we hosted Fitted For Work’s National Volunteer Night, which was a fun evening of networking and nibbles as a thank you for all the hard work for the volunteers across all sectors of the business.
ISPT supports FFW through a variety of different avenues, and we were delighted to be able to be apart of the night, with CEO Donna De Zwart and GM of Client Services Amanda Carlile highlighting the importance and impact of ongoing contributions. We even had a live jazz pianist which was a first (but certainly not last) at Foy’s.
Keeping with the theme of firsts, Thursday the 24th of May saw our first book launch at Foy’s Arcade for Autropolis – The Diverse Mobility Revolution. Author Brian Haratsis is the Executive Chairman of MacroPlan, which is a national property research consultancy. His book discusses the potential nature and rate of change likely to result from the introduction of Automated Vehicles (AVs) and how this will effect Australia in particular. You can purchase Brian’s Book here.
On Friday, Erin and myself (Jen) took to the Mornington Penninsula to partake in the 2018 30 km Coastrek with a large group of ISPT and JLL colleagues, raising money for the Fred Hollow’s Foundation. We finished the walk in under 6 hours, and managed to stay with the majority of our teammates throughout the trek. It was a stunning day on the Coast, and we are looking forward to participating in other active events for great causes. If you would like to donate you can do so here! We even managed to strap a Go-Pro to our head for some footage of the walk so stay tuned for more…