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Going To Places

Buy local sell global ecosystem for all industries and businesses

Going to places

Goingtoplaces.com was established in 2016 at Robe, South Australia, by CEO and Ecosystem Designer Geoffrey Dening with a team of professionals to enable delivery of trade solutions.

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Benefits

  • A direct sales platform for product and services
  • Promote South Australian excellence in businesses and activities
  • Deliver a gold standard certification of product quality and provenance
  • Increase domestic and global customer markets.

Technology

Utilising a Design Australia Award-winning ecosystem, including website, mobile apps and social media platforms with blockchain development, Goingtoplaces.com provides a sales platform for all South Australian businesses and industries. The platform includes the promotion of local destinations, highlighting South Australia’s lifestyle advantages.

Potential markets

Goingtoplaces.com is seeking companies to become member businesses. Member businesses benefit through established connections, market presence and visibility on the sales platform; services and products sold directly through the sales platform offer the best commercial result for all.

Partnering opportunities

Goingtoplaces.com’s potential partners include all 144,000 businesses in South Australia and the intrastate market of 1,751,963 people. South Australia supports 742,723 jobs and has an annual economic output of $220,855 billion.

The Goingtoplaces.com team

Geoffrey Denning

Geoffrey Dening

Chief Executive Officer

John Waite

John Waite

International specialist in business transformation and customer engagement programmes

Julian Fifield

Julian Fifield

Specialist in the design of transformative food & drink supply chain solutions leveraging blockchain technology

For all media inquires please contact Georgia Minarelli from the Innovation & Collaboration Centre.

georgia.minarelli@unisa.edu.au

0413 314 726

 

South Australian Government

University of South Australia

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