I was just a wee lass when I started working for Dimension Data (or ComTech as it was then called). Of course they demonstrated vision & forward thinking hiring a university drop-out with a pierced tongue and black nails.
I reckon it all paid off (if I do say so myself); I must be doing something right to have kept my job all these years! DD has nurtured and challenged my career and above all, it continues to be an exciting place to work.
Once you reach long service status (10 years+) you join the illustrious 10 Year Dinner Club which holds the honour of yearly dining with fellow long service colleagues and the senior execs at a fancy schmancy restaurant. As with
all most ICT organisations, alcohol is always flowing in excess and it’s a privilege to dine at one of Sydney’s top restaurants; the 3 hat awarded est.
There were a little over 80 people (partners included) at the Sydney dinner club which included colleagues from our Canberra office and we mingled & chatted for about an hour with champagne and canapes (freshly shucked Sydney rock oysters & lobster salad spoons), before we sat down to listen to a short speech from our CEO.
Left: I ordered the Italian buffalo mozzarella, heirloom tomatoes, tarragon, sumac vinaigrette
Centre: Moreton bay bug, wombok, coconut, giner, chilli, kaffir lime, coriander
Right: salad of spanner crab, avocado, fresh corn, lime, gem lettuce, mint
Top: glazed beef cheek, caramelized onion, shaved cucumber, grilled leeks, celtuce leaf puree
Centre: I ordered the steamed Murray cod fillet, shaved abalone, snow peas, black fungi, ginger-green shallot vinaigrette
Bottom: pan roasted lamb rib eye, smoked eggplant, baby onions, lemon olive oil
Left: toasted almond bavarois, coffee biscuit sponge, peach jelly, buttermilk sorbet
Top Right: valrhona chololate arlette, apricots, tarragon, apricot granita
Bottom Right: petit fours
We had a super fun night catching up about work, family, wedding plans, new babies, holidays & all sorts of tipsy chatter. Til next year!