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Leverage the power of the Trinity Community for your business

Trinity Grammar School Community past and present are invited to register their business on the Trinity Business Directory to tap into the powerful School community and boost business success.  

Networking amongst Trinity’s Alumni Community has been a regular activity for decades, with many Alumni sharing that they have been able to form and renew valuable personal and professional connections through these events.   

In 2023 alone, networking events have seen great results. Over 130 Old Boys attended Trinity events in the Sydney CBD for breakfast and lunch networking this year.  

The functions were kickstarted by Werrdan Khoury (‘08) who bumped into Campbell Gould (‘94) one morning in the CBD, with both Old Boys agreeing that a Trinity business network had that important factor already built in: trust. 

“Trusted relationships are vital,” said Werrdan at the most recent breakfast networking event. “It’s so much easier for us to work together, engage, and refer business because Trinity trust is built in.” 

There’s no doubt that these events are powerful. As the School’s Advancement team introduces the Trinity Business Directory, there is opportunity for more connections to be made. The Directory is available to all the Trinity community to register their business. 

“It’s an opportunity to have others discover your business and connect professionally,” said Philippa Lowe, Trinity’s Head of Advancement. “We want it to become a useful source for anyone interested in finding the right business to suit their needs and supporting Trinity Alumni.” 

Once registration is complete, the Trinity community will be able to leverage the power of the network. By having a presence on the Directory, businesses can:  

Instantly connect with a huge network – not just Trinity Old Boys, but families and friends looking for quality recommendations.  

Leverage word-of-mouth and personal connections.  

Boost the visibility of their business online, using the Directory’s backlinks to enhance search engine optimisation and rise through Google’s result ranks.  

The School has been growing good men for more than a century. At the recent networking breakfast, an Old Boy quoted 1972 Headmaster Mr James Wilson Hogg who described a Trinitarian as, “…’humble, can laugh at himself, doesn’t take himself too seriously. Gregarious and about others, not himself.’ - that’s the sort of person worth doing business with! 

Tapping into that network just got a whole lot easier with the Trinity Business Directory. Upload your business profile at

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