Sydney NSW Contract Negotiation Training Workshops
If you’re looking for pristine parks and world-class dining options, few cities offer more options than Sydney, Australia. Coming to Sydney to participate in one of our Procurement Negotiation Training Programs? After each of our three training days together, we recommend making some space in your calendar to discover the city’s rich history and magnificent scenery.
Training Workshop Options
Our Buyer Negotiation Workshops are available in open enrollment and customized for in-house delivery options in Sydney Australia. We hope you’ll discover that Sydney offers a great selection of suitable hotels nearby our training location that are within your budget. We would be delighted to recommend a local hotel if you’re participating on one of our open to the public access Procurement Negotiation Training Workshops. We can suggest a Sydney training venue for in-house for your team of buyers if you prefer that we not deliver in your office. Most in-house clients choose to deliver their in-house seminar in their company’s Sydney office. Get in touch to discuss your needs if you don’t see dates for Sydney on our public workshop calendar. We would welcome the opportunity to discuss delivering our next Purchasing Negotiations Training Workshop either in your offices or via online delivery.
Sydney Workshops Venue
One of our preferred Sydney locations for classroom training delivery is the Sydney Harbour Marriott Hotel at Circular Quay.
Address: 30 Pitt St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia.
Nature lovers will love the variety of options that Sydney offers. Just outside of town is the lush Garigal National Park, a popular weekend getaway for locals. Further out are the UNESCO World Heritage Blue Mountains, 90 minutes away, and the remarkable Jenolan Cave system, 150 minutes out. In the city, the Royal Botanic Garden is a short and scenic walk from the iconic Sydney Opera House and offers visitors 30 hectares of palm groves, rose gardens, and tropical vegetation. Locals may prefer Hyde Park, due to its location near Sydney’s business center. Like New York’s Central Park, this mid-city sanctuary offers visitors fountains and flowers in the midst of sidewalks and skyscrapers.
If you love food, there may be no better place to taste Australian cuisine than in its largest city. The most popular haunt is Quay fine dining restaurant in the heart of Sydney Harbour. Consistently named one of the world’s top restaurants, the eatery offers adventurous cuisine alongside a view of the harbour that is second-to-none. Giving Quay a run for its money, Sepia is famed for its modernist approach to Japanese cuisine. The acclaimed venue has been recognized with many awards and is frequently named on Sydney’s ‘top restaurants’ list. For something a little more neighborly, try the wood-fired creations at Ester, one of Sydney’s most beloved bistros. The charred cauliflower is the local specialty.