Follow The White Rabbit…
This month we’re following the white rabbit through the Matrix to bring you the Next Generation of #eventprofs, event technologies and innovations for our October special features. Our selection of editorial articles coming at you over the coming weeks includes a spotlight profile on 9 event professionals under 30 who are well on track to becoming the future leaders of tomorrow. We’re also asking the question ‘are virtual events here to stay?’.
We’ve hunted down the latest apps and subscription software to help get everyone organised for the post-lockdown silly season. We take a closer look at the potential future of 3D video and mixed reality in the public events landscape. We’ll be showing you all the latest event technology trends to try on your next event or invest in for your business, and we’ll be checking in on the who’s who as the Australian Event Awards gets under way this month online. And that’s not all – stay tuned for more!
CEO of the Melbourne & Olympics Parks Trust, Mr. John Harnden AM, to receive the Australian Event Awards 2021 Lifetime Achievement Award.
Opera Australia has revealed their inaugural New Year’s Eve Opera Gala to be held on Cockatoo Island.
Sailor Jerry is pumped to partner with Rolling Stone Australia to shine a spotlight on the local Australian music scene and give support to an industry challenged in recent times.
After 11 years of hosting tech gurus, artists and creatives, Pause Fest has announced that it is cancelled indefinitely.
Australian Theatre makers are calling “GO” on a new Stage Managers Association, almost 10 years since the annual International Stage Management Day began.
Virgin Australia is bringing forward the resumption of flights between Australia and Fiji by a week.
For this October Special Feature, we ponder the question “Are virtual events just part of the ‘new normal’ now?”
After an enchanting Opening Ceremony enjoyed by millions around the world, Expo 2020 has reported a massive turnout for its first ten days.
KARI Foundation have created a new partnership with Clean Vibes, the sustainable event cleaning and waste management service.
The 68th Sydney Film Festival will be the first major festival to be held in Sydney’s CBD as restrictions are lifted for the city.