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Awesome 2019 year-end conference specials from Gallagher

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As the year speeds towards December, businesses big and small are looking to host their year-end conferences.

And who better to choose than South Africa’s premier multi-purpose conference venue – Gallagher Convention Centre.

To make the choice even easier, Gallagher has amazing year-end conference specials on offer for events of any size.

These year-end conference packages can be booked for a half- or full-day, starting at R415pp (excl. Vat).

Year-end specials are only valid for bookings made before 31 March 2020.

Gallagher’s discounted year-end conference packages are outlined below.

Half-day conference special

Gallagher’s half-day conference special includes the following:

  • Venue hire for a conference venue and a breakfast/lunch venue.
  • Secure parking.
  • Refreshments on arrival.
  • Mid-morning refreshments.
  • Chef’s choice lunch selection with 5 three-course menus to choose from.
  • Notepads and pens.
  • Mints and water.

For each of the refreshment breaks, conference organisers have the choice of selecting one sweet or one savoury option. Two refreshment options can also be selected, where 50% of each item will be catered to guests. All the refreshment options are Halaal.

The half-day conference package costs R415pp (excl. Vat).

Full-day conference special

Gallagher’s full-day conference special includes the following:

  • Venue hire for a conference and lunch venue.
  • Secure parking.
  • Refreshments on arrival.
  • Mid-morning refreshments.
  • Chef’s choice lunch selection with 5 three-course menus to choose from.
  • Mid-afternoon refreshments.
  • Notepads and pens.
  • Mints and water.

For each of the refreshment breaks, Gallagher offers conference organisers the choice of selecting one sweet or one savoury option. Two refreshment options can also be selected, where 50% of each item will be catered to guests. All the refreshment options are Halaal.

The full-day conference package costs R440pp (excl. Vat).

Gallagher Convention Centre boasts a team of experts within their respective fields, which are on-hand to see to your every need.

Their management team has over 380 years of collective industry experience, and their secure parking can accommodate over 5,000 vehicles – making it a no brainer to host your event with them.

What’s more, is that Gallagher also offers a single-call solution where organisers can secure pre-qualified suppliers without having to look any further.

To book your function today call +2711 266 3000 or email them via [email protected].

This article was published in partnership with Gallagher Convention Centre.

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Africa: Greener, Longer Life – More Trees Reduce Premature Deaths in Cities

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Tbilisi — City dwellers tend to live longer if they are in leafy neighbourhoods, according to a study that links green areas to lower rates of premature death

City dwellers tend to live longer if they are in leafy neighbourhoods, according to a study published on Wednesday that linked green areas to lower rates of premature death.

Trees in cities are already credited with cooling and cleaning the air and absorbing planet-warming gases, now researchers at the Barcelona Institute for Global Health have found they also keep death at bay.

“More green space is better for health,” said Mark Nieuwenhuijsen, director of the institute’s urban planning, environment and health initiative. “People actually live longer if there is more green space around.”

The research, which pulled data from nine other studies involving more than eight million people in seven countries from China to Canada, was the largest ever conducted on the subject, the authors said.

Researchers used satellite images to quantify how much vegetation, including trees, grass and shrubs, was within 500 meters (550 yards) of people’s homes.

Levels of vegetation were ranked on a scale under a system known as normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI).

Those involved in the study were followed for several years. Any premature deaths caused by health conditions such as heart or respiratory diseases were factored in.

The study, published in The Lancet Planetary Health journal, found that in cities from Barcelona to Perth, a 10% increase in greenery led to an average 4% reduction in premature mortality.