The Importance of Emotion within Your Event Strategy

Measuring the success of an event is almost always done by numbers: tickets sold or number of performances staged. However, this post explores how emotion should be a key part of your event strategy.

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Transporting Art

Transporting Art, showcasing tram art and history, is now showing at the Victorian Archives Centre in North Melbourne.

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Creating The Killer Event Tech Pitch

Creating the perfect two minute pitch is definitely a challenge, but hopefully with the help of these tips it’s a challenge you can rise to! We hope they are useful preparation when preparing for your next pitch.

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The Purple Rain

Come to a public art installation about homelessness by Melbourne-based international artist, Konstantin Dimopoulos.

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Melbourne’s Lanes and Arcades Walking Tour

Spend the day exploring Melbourne’s labyrinth of lanes and arcades.

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The Environmental Footprint of an Event

Event MB has worked with MeetGreen to put together a handy infographic that shares researched information about a typical conference event environmental footprint. Our aim: to give you an idea of what to measure, how to measure and a few tips you can follow to shrink your waste and carbon footprint.

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War Pictures: Australians at the Cinema 1914-1918 @ Federation Square

War Pictures: Australians at the Cinema 1914-1918

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Luminous Intervention @ Federation Square

Luminous Intervention

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6 Creative Ways to Thank Your Event Attendees

As an Event Planner how do you thank you event attendees? Here are some ideas for how to show them the love. he appreciation and gratitude you share with your attendees will help to grow your event, build your business and allow you become a more valuable and respected professional.

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We were there on Friday the 29th of May

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On Friday the 29th of May, we were part of the Asian Language Festival at the NGV. The goal was for 600 kids to discover the Asian culture, with 4 performances, Taekwondo, Koto player, Bollywood dance and Chinese Lion Dance.