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About iLUKA

iLUKA is an event agencies. The company provides strategic services for events hospitality including brand activation, merchandise and operations at events.In March 2012, iLUKA was acquired by Chime Communications. The valuation of iLUKA was undisclosed. Other terms of the deal were not released.

iLUKA Headquarter Location

16 High Street

KT1 4DB,

United Kingdom

+44 (0) 208 614 1800

Latest iLUKA News

Good Weekend letters to the editor: July 31

Jul 30, 2021

We’re sorry, this service is currently unavailable. Please try again later. Dismiss July 30, 2021 — 1.44pm Normal text size Advertisement Send us a picture or Instagram one of Good Weekend in your life, using the hashtag #goodweekendmag. We choose one each week to publish here and in print. [Anzac cake, April 17.] Credit:DEBORAH_HARDING Loved to death David Leser’s description of Byron Bay locals being swept away by the “tsunami of capitalism” was very sad [July 17]. As fires rage on the US West Coast, it’s not hard to imagine wealthy Americans escaping to Byron, seduced by the “Hemsworth effect”. The rich have the greatest capacity to adapt to climate change. However, as rainforests dry, temperatures rise and fires become unfightable, even the most expensive houses will not be spared. Billionaire capitalists must help combat climate change, not just snap up the world’s last remaining special places. Ray Peck Hawthorn, Vic As a Boomer lucky enough to experience the vibe of Byron Bay back in the late 1960s, I couldn’t help but think of an old Eagles song when I was reading David Leser’s excellent article. As the band sang in The Last Resort in the 1970s: You call some place paradise, kiss it goodbye. Mike Millar Quakers Hill, NSW I could really relate to this story: I had to move from Yamba in NSW for all the same reasons. Now I’ve moved across the Clarence River to Iluka and the rot is slowly sneaking in here, too. Locals hate what’s happened to Yamba and we’re concerned about what’s coming our way. Sue Le Cornu Iluka, NSW I have lived in the Byron Shire since 1982, and it’s devastating to witness the hardships so many are facing. My daughter, her husband and two kids are constantly on edge, wondering when their landlord will boot them out in order to sell for big bucks. My home is on a large block and the land at the front (800 square metres) is just sitting there. As a grateful pensioner, if I were to gift this land to my daughter to build on, I would lose my pension for five years due to the land’s market value, which Centrelink views as an asset, even though I wouldn’t be gaining anything financially. Name and address withheld Comic relief Good article about Rose Byrne [July 17], but no mention of her wonderful performance in the quirky Australian film The Goddess of 1967. Cultural cringe, perhaps? Malcolm I. Fraser The Empty Plate I completely agree with Terry Durack’s admiration of a simple menu [July 17]. I fondly recall a cafe in Sydney’s Chifley Arcade in the 1980s whose frequently changing menu did not offer a choice and came with a glass of house wine. I’m sure the chefs were French, as only the French could make a cauliflower pie taste like tarte tatin chou-fleur [cauliflower]! The set price, lack of choice and speed of service were a winner when lunching with workmates. Sue Dellit Austinmer, NSW As an American who’s been living in Melbourne for 25-plus years, one thing I miss about the US is the House of Prime Rib restaurant. The menu is all prime rib – with one exception, fish of the day. The classic accompaniment is creamed spinach and Yorkshire pudding. Stunning stuff! Funnily enough, when I visit the US and there’s no local HoPR, I go to the supposedly Australian-themed Outback Steakhouse; they do a good prime rib. They also serve the “authentic Aussie treat”: chocolate and peanut butter pie! Ann Byrne

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iLUKA Patents

iLUKA has filed 6 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Metal halides
  • Oxide minerals
  • Casting (manufacturing)
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