10 Ways to Show Love to Your Event Attendees

I love a good cliffhanger on TV shows, wondering what may happen next to my all-time favorite couple or characters I have been watching for years and years. The excitement and build-up of watching a show week after week, enjoying storyline after storyline makes me invested in not only the series,… Read more

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The Event Industry’s Problem With Speaker Diversity

White male seems to be the trend when it comes to speaker line ups at events. Are you brave enough to change that and strive for diversity in our event programmes?

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Yoga at Fed Square

Improve your physical, mental and spiritual wellbeing with free lunchtime yoga classes at Fed Square.

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Announcing The Event Technology of The Year Award #ETY15

We are happy to announce the Event Technology of the Year Award. The award will go to the best of the best in #eventtech. The official event and competition hashtag is #ETY15

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Molecule of Light

See the world premiere of Molecule of Light, a laser installation by renowned UK artist Chris Levine.

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5 Must-Do’s for Your Conference Speakers

Conference speakers must now do more than just present. They must interact with and engage attendees at your event. Here are 5 expectations of speakers today.

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Interior Design – Melbourne CBD Tour

Explore Melbourne’s laneways to discover the inspirational store designs, restaurant interiors and showrooms that designers source from.

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10 Tips to Growth Hack Your Event

What can Event Planners learn from the technology sector? Here are 10 tips to growth hack your event and grow your audience numbers, learning from tech start ups.

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Sake Fire and Ice Festival

Take shelter from winter weather this June and warm up at Saké’s tasty Fire and Ice Festival.

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Punuku Tjukurpa

Punuku Tjukurpa, a stunning collection of sculptures and paintings, is the first touring exhibition of artworks from the Maruku Arts archive.

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