Really smart people who are charismatic, passionate about this sort of stuff and know not to put too many words on a slide. Don't worry about hunting for headline names, just know that we've got more to lose than you do by not putting on the best. And besides, it's not about the who, it's about the what. The content is totally kick ass.
OK sure. We might look at wearable technology, the future of money, how 3D printing is changing the world, the internets deep, dark underbelly, thoughts on writing a brief in 2017 or the next round of industries likely to be completely annihilated by the web.
Exactly. And why read when you can watch? Plus, we'll help you with the whole 'but what does this mean for me as a marketing person?' bit too.
I bet you do. So you already know they suck. Average speakers, annoying sponsors and those nasty plastic name tags all make for a rubbish day or two out of the office. Maybe two days of shmoozing once a year was how things used to work, but 363 days seems like a long time to wait between bouts of knowledge and inspiration. We think two hour sessions spaced regularly throughout the year works better. Come once and we're sure you'll agree.
Depends when you book. We don't know how many people want to come to each session or how much they'd like to pay. Rather than guessing, we've built a 'pay your ticket number' system. The first person to register pays $1 for their ticket. The second pays $2. The 251st pays $251. Get it?
Because of our ticketing system, we don't lock in the venue until the last minute. That said, it's a safe bet that you'll find yourself between Prahran and the CBD with good access to parking and public transport. It's always on a Friday, 7:30 for an 8am start and out the door by 10. The next event is on the 24th of November.
You should totally come. It's fun, educational and might only cost you $1.I'm there! Get my ticket
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03 8554 1444 and asking for Gabi
Got something awesome to present on? Cool. If it gets past these ground rules please call the office, ask for Gabi and tell her all about it.