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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Take Another Look

Eight aerial performers will suspend your view of what’s up, what’s down and what’s deep down underwater in this aerial wall dance.

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Simple Cider Making at Home

Renowned permaculture guru Pete the Permie will show you how to turn your favourite fruit juice into a refreshing alcoholic beverage.

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A Narrative of Light and Shadow

A joint exhibition featuring the work of four female photographers from Taiwan.

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Bloomsday in Melbourne

The Bloomsday Festival celebrates all things James Joyce with seminars, plays and films.

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New office for PAN International

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We moved to a new office this weekend!

You can now meet us at 49 Vere Street Collingwood VIC 3066

How to Get the Creative Juices Flowing for your Next Event

Do you need creative ideas and inspiration for your next event? Here are some tips for Event Planners to get the creative juices flowing and get inspired.

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Glasses Half Full

See award-winning designer Lisa Minichiello’s digitally illustrated art exhibition, Glasses Half Full.

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