- Time: From 7.00pm – 7.45pm
- On-line via Zoom
Introducing The Night Shift Sessions with Mainstreet Australia, with our first event – on what else but events themselves!
Planning your calendar of events for your business association, trader group or local council for 2023? Learn and be inspired by our panel of experts on how to plan, market and run successful events that will get people shopping on your main streets and connect your community.
Questions we’ll answer:
- How to build an exciting event concept with clear and strategic goals?
- What does it take to lock in an event program (theme, venue, staging, speakers, performers)?
- Why project management and budgeting (incl. sponsorship & fee structure) are crucial?
- What’s the most effective way to market & promote?
- Q&A session on areas of event management interest from attendees
ALL ATTENDEES RECEIVE FREE events management checklist & 2023 events calendar after the webinar.
Free for members / $50 for non-members. Bookings for this event close on Mon, Feb 20 at 5pm.
Got a question? Contact us with any queries.
ABOUT OUR SPEAKERS:
KELLY HARRINGTON, Kelly Harrington Consulting
Kelly Harrington is a highly experienced major events professional. Kelly’s extensive list of credits include roles as producer, stakeholder manager, operations and risk manager for a broad range of events including the Moomba Parade, Melbourne New Year’s Eve Firing sites and Crowd Management, White Night Melbourne, Mother’s Day Classic, Regional Centre for Culture, AFL Parade, Melbourne Cup Parade, Australia Day Parade, Dainty Group concerts, Yarraville and Seddon Festivals, Melbourne Festival, Australian Open, Ten Days on the Island, Adelaide Festival and Melbourne Commonwealth Games.
GEORGINA PIKOULAS, Manager Economy, Design & Place, Wyndham City Council
Growing up in regional Victoria, in her family’s local main street business, Georgina always had a passion for supporting local businesses. Over the last 20 years she’s had a diverse career, beginning in theatre management, moving into delivering major events across Victoria, and is now using these skills in the realm of economic development, placemaking and activation for Wyndham City Council. One of her career highlights has been the opportunity to work alongside local businesses to support main streets and activity centres.
TROY STUCHBREE, Sydney Road Brunswick Association
Troy is a marketing, branding and communications professional, leading many successful campaigns and projects across consumer events and hospitality; fine-dining, pubs, bars, and eateries; competition and award programmes; exhibitions and business events; and currently, centre management. As the Manager of the Sydney Road Brunswick Association (SRBA), Troy leads annual campaigns and strategies to deliver continued economic sustainability for the iconic Sydney Road Brunswick precinct and the 500+ businesses based within.