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The Business Events Council of Australia (BECA) congratulates the new Prime Minister of Australia, the Hon Anthony Albanese MP, and his …

May 24, 2022

No matter what the result is from tomorrow’s election there is much more the federal government can do to support the …

May 20, 2022

Last October NSW Premier Perrottet’s reopening of the state of NSW was met with celebration. As we emerged double vaccinated to …

May 20, 2022

It’s fun to walk past the amazing sites along the 8km Vivid Sydney Light Walk and view the spectacle of culture …

May 19, 2022

Gary Fitz-Roy is concerned that things are not as rosy as some are making out as events return – short staffed …

May 18, 2022

The industry was shocked this week to learn of the sudden death of Toby Travanner with tributes pouring in via his …

May 13, 2022

For a number of years now I have volunteered as a stage/venue manager at the National Folk Festival (NFF). I enjoy …

May 13, 2022

The New Zealand Prime Minister’s announcement that borders will open to all international visa holders from 1 August is welcome news …

May 12, 2022

The event industry is in shock as news came out that one our favourite people died suddenly on Sunday. Toby Travanner …

May 10, 2022

Events are back and our industry is recovering but COVID is still rampant. In this week’s Coronacast Dr Norman Swan pointed …

May 6, 2022

New industry research has revealed that buyers placed/expect to place $120M in business as a result of their attendance at AIME …

May 6, 2022

Hessians on the Field, a Spud-a-Dome, potato peeling competition, more hot chips than you can eat, all wrangled by the Spud …

May 5, 2022

Peter King, Chief Executive of Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC), has announced that he will leave his role after eleven …

May 2, 2022

Centrepiece is a new venue in the Melbourne tennis precinct. During the Australian Open it is the media centre, for the …

April 29, 2022

Music festivals are back Music festivals have bounced back over Easter with Bluesfest attracting over 100,000 punters, the Rabbits Eat Lettuce …

April 22, 2022

Australia’s leading conference for event professionals, Evolve will take place over 29-30 June this year in the city of Melbourne, proudly …

April 22, 2022

Following a series of postponements over the past two years due to the pandemic, the conference will be held across Tuesday …

April 21, 2022

For some time I have pointed out that the industry will see changes this year that will impact us until 2024 …

April 21, 2022

EEAA recently ran a panel discussion in support of UFI Asia-Pacific Week entitled ‘The Bumpy Road to Recovery’. Gary FitzRoy has …

April 13, 2022

This week some interviews from AIME  where over 320 exhibitors and 350 buyers have connected, to deliver a total of 6,540 …

April 8, 2022

Peter King is the long term CEO of MCEC and Melissa Sweetland is the relatively new Chief Commercial Officer. They are …

April 8, 2022

Chair of the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Trust, The Hon John Brumby AO, reflects on the opportunity to drive innovation and …

April 7, 2022

Across Australia business confidence is returning, and with it, an increasing desire to reconnect in person with teams and networks. From …

April 7, 2022

ESTA and PLASA announce the release of an updated Version 2.0 of the International Code of Practice for Entertainment Rigging (ICOPER), …

April 7, 2022

The Memorial for Shane Warne was pulled together in just nineteen days and involved almost 200 production crew. Peter told ASE …

April 6, 2022

Silke Calder waited a long time for her first AIME to eventuate. From a home office, and with an all-female team, …

April 4, 2022

The MCB is a part of Visit Victoria, which in turn is the primary tourism and events company for the State …

April 4, 2022

Just a short post this week – I’m currently working on some interviews I did last week at AIME and will …

April 1, 2022

Simon Thewlis was a prominent voice in the Save Victorian Events campaign. Now that events are back Simon is marking 40 …

April 1, 2022

On Saturday night I was at the Small Business Champions Awards at The Star Event Centre. It was fantastic to see …

March 25, 2022

It was great to be in Melbourne again and to see so many people meeting, mingling, networking and partying. The show …

March 25, 2022

Asia-Pacific Incentives and Meetings Event (AIME) owners, the Melbourne Convention Bureau (MCB) have fuelled the business event’s industry revival for Asia …

March 24, 2022

The Business Events Council of Australia (BECA) welcomes yesterday’s announcement by the Morrison Government to extend Tourism Australia’s highly successful bid fund …

March 23, 2022

The New Zealand government’s announcement ending vaccine mandates from 4 April, and increasing indoor event capacity to 200 from this Friday, …

March 23, 2022

Asia Pacific Incentives and Meetings Event (AIME), the leading meetings and conventions event in the Asia Pacific region, has today opened …

March 21, 2022

Tourism Australia’s specialist business unit, Business Events Australia, has launched two marketing campaigns to assist the business events industry in its …

March 21, 2022

Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) is excited to welcome the return of APAC’s largest business events gathering for the Asia …

March 21, 2022

Two years on from the initial shutdown there is definitely a feeling that events are back. Get Local heralded the return …

March 18, 2022

Business Events Industry Aotearoa (BEIA) says today’s announcement enabling vaccinated visitors to enter New Zealand without isolation is news the industry …

March 18, 2022

As part of the Tourism Industry Reference Panel’s Interim Action Plan, the Queensland Government has launched a $7 million program dedicated …

March 18, 2022

Special events, business events, corporate events, sporting events, weather events, traffic events, military events, sales events – everything is an event …

March 18, 2022

While the start of 2022 brought some uncertainty as Omicron case levels rose across the country, the meetings and events industry …

March 14, 2022

This weekend marks the second anniversary of the event industry’s “Black Friday” when, on the 13th March 2020 PM Scott Morrison announced that venues would essentially be shut down indefinitely. The following week I wrote that the announcement would effectively shut down the whole event industry for at least six months. For most of us it was much longer.

March 11, 2022

Arinex has become the first Australian event management company to gain carbon neutral certification. The company says it is excited about …

March 10, 2022

OK we need it on the recovery table. We can win the battle but loose the war and if the major …

March 10, 2022

Dear Business Events Industry Professionals, I am writing this letter as a concerned member of the Business Events Industry who continues …

March 9, 2022

Over the years I have attended hundreds of awards presentations and heard the stories of many recipients – some are inspiring, …

March 7, 2022

A new host city, a brand new venue and a host of new exhibitors are set to be unveiled at Business …

March 7, 2022

Greetings from soggy Sydney. On Wednesday night it was great to catch up with colleagues at Royal Randwick for the MEA …

March 4, 2022

Two mice and two small people can probably help us, or can they? International borders have reopened, even WA is reconnecting …

March 4, 2022

Australian Regional Tourism (ART) has this week unveiled a comprehensive online professional development training program for Local Government and tourism professionals at …

March 4, 2022

With restrictions lifted and people encouraged to return to their workplaces, it is now time for Victoria to get back to …

March 2, 2022

‘Regional Australia – Paving the way for a stronger Visitor Economy’ Australian Regional Tourism and convention partner, City of Ballarat, is …

March 2, 2022

The big event for this month was Get Local when around 700 buyers and exhibitors got together at ICC Sydney and …

February 25, 2022

New Zealand will be showcasing its new venues and activities to the Asia Pacific meetings and events industry with a new …

February 25, 2022

The buzz was evident as industry exhibitors and buyers got together over two days at ICC Sydney for Get Local last …

February 25, 2022

Meetings & Events Australia (MEA) is proud to announce the launch of the 2022 MEA Mentor Program. Thanks to the much-appreciated …

February 24, 2022

We are all desperate for the chance to travel again; to laze by a gorgeous pool, visit some beautiful cities, sip …

February 23, 2022

The timing of the rescheduled Get Local turned out to be on the mark – just days before NSW, Victoria and …

February 18, 2022

Over two days buyers and exhibitors gathered at the ICC Sydney – for some it was to showcase or check out …

February 18, 2022

I’m often asked what elements make a truly memorable event for everyone who attends – Is it a superstar performer, amazing …

February 14, 2022

Business Events Industry Aotearoa (BEIA) is welcoming news today of Government support for the business events industry, severely impacted by ongoing COVID-19 restrictions

February 14, 2022

The Business Events Council of Australia (BECA) is excited to announce the appointment of Dr Leo Jago OAM as the new …

February 14, 2022

ASE put a number of questions to Austrade regarding the BEGP – we thank them for their response. One important question …

February 11, 2022

WA ticketing and events management technology provider, Megatix, is joining the chorus of WA based businesses asking for a greater degree …

February 7, 2022

Delivered in partnership with Professional Convention Management Association (PCMA) and Meetings & Events Australia (MEA), the AIME Knowledge Program is a …

February 4, 2022

This week I was back covering the Local Business Awards (via EventPix) – it was great to feel the vibe in …

February 4, 2022

It is envisaged that COVID variants will remain circulating around the world until at least the end of 2023. This means …

February 4, 2022

Following on from our story on the Business Events Grants last week we have had a chat with Austrade and they …

February 4, 2022

In the recent Australian Day Honours, Rachel Argaman was awarded an Order of Australia (OAM) for her services to Tourism and …

February 4, 2022

Russell McIntosh has spent over 20 years in the event industry and most recently helped clients apply for the Business Events …

February 4, 2022

Despite having a Law Degree, Zac FitzRoy decided to join the family business. Not just the landscape of events and organisers, …

February 1, 2022

Can we just ignore the government and the nightly TV headlines and agree that events are back? Industry events are locked …

January 28, 2022

Nicole Walker is CEO of Arinex and President of EEAA Consumer confidence is the real question our industry is seeking answers …

January 28, 2022

The Australia Day Live concert was a joy to behold. Great talent on stage, on country, on water and in the …

January 28, 2022

CEO Talk2 Media & Events, Matt Pearce, shares his hope for the year ahead The optimism of November and December and …

January 28, 2022

Meetings & Events Australia (MEA) today announced that its 2022 annual conference, Evolve, will be held over 29 and 30 June. …

January 27, 2022

You may have noticed a considerable number of annual conferences and expos have been “postponed” to around the same period 12 months later. Doesn’t that just mean that particular year has been cancelled?

January 27, 2022

In response to the Government’s draft long-term tourism strategy to 2030, the Business Events Council of Australia (BECA) pitched the case …

January 25, 2022

In an Australian first, Get Local has ordered over 2,000 Rapid Antigen Tests (RATs) to be used for all exhibitors, visitors …

January 25, 2022

Get Local is going ahead as planned on 15th, 16th February 2022 and co-owner Donna Kessler has a message for the …

January 21, 2022

Mark McGowan’s announcement last night should come as no surprise as it reflects his whole way of operating for the last …

January 21, 2022

Save Victorian Events has released the results of a snap survey of Victoria’s Event Industry. This is the fourth survey we …

January 20, 2022

“Australian Open is more important than any one player” – Rafael Nadal Couldn’t have said it any better myself. OK, it …

January 17, 2022

Australia’s biggest summer sporting event has been getting plenty of coverage this week thanks to Novak. Meanwhile the Sydney Festival has …

January 14, 2022

The big issues affecting festivals at the moment will also impact expos and conferences – which usually do not kick in …

January 14, 2022

Victoria is the only state so far to launch an insurance package for the broader event industry. However there are numerous …

January 14, 2022

With out-of-control COVID numbers, future testing requirement uncertainty, plus the ethical need to close the conference if any delegate, staff person …

January 14, 2022

After a decade in exhibitions, Doug is now CFO at Scalabrini, a NFP organisation that manages six aged care villages in …

January 14, 2022

Almost all of Australia’s Convention Bureaux will be participating in AIME 2022, taking place on 21–23 March in person and 28 …

January 7, 2022

Although I live in western Sydney where gangland shootings are too common (the latest was about 2K from where I live) …

January 7, 2022

It sounds like Groundhog Day. The threat of covid spreading faster than a brush fire and again creating uncertainty and lack …

January 7, 2022

As we kick off 2022 the event industry has been delivered a new ball game and one that offers less certainty …

January 7, 2022

The Little Prince is a fantasy book written by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry and published in 1943 and is one of the best-selling and most …

January 6, 2022

As we say goodbye to 2021 we must ask “are we heading to freedom or disaster?” First an explanation about the …

December 22, 2021

The AIME Insider is excited to reveal some industry whispers from buyers attending the 2022 event. What piques their interest I …

December 22, 2021

ASE asked some of our contributors to sum up the year, look forward, or just make a comment. Here is what …

December 22, 2021

Ruth Lilian has been managing The VERVE Symposium for many years. The 2021 event was her most challenging yet. Each year …

December 20, 2021

The Victorian events community closed the door on what has been a terrible 20 months for the Exhibition and Event industry …

December 16, 2021

This weekend, Sydney Showground returned to pre-pandemic bliss, welcoming two consumer events, Expertise Event’s Oz Comic-Con Homegrown (OZCC) and the Sydney …

December 7, 2021

There is a saying that goes along these lines, “judge your friends during the tough times as this is when their …

November 30, 2021

Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment, the Hon Dan Tehan, has today released a proposed strategy for the visitor economy, THRIVE 2030 (The Re-Imagined …

November 25, 2021

So, I needed a calculator to work it out but it’s a scary number. It has been 616 days since the …

November 24, 2021

The events sector across Australia has experienced considerable collateral damage as a result of COVID-19. However, with high vaccination rates being …

November 23, 2021

OK, so they have been back in other states for quite some time now but NSW and Vic where the hardest …

November 19, 2021

While business events are not expected to return until March, Sydney Showground and the MCEC will be buzzing with costumed fans …

November 19, 2021

We are happy to be able to share that today the Victorian Government has finally announced a $230 million Covid-19 event …

November 16, 2021

This week I ask what our industry can learn from the demise of the professional photography industry association. James Bartold on …

November 12, 2021

I’ve been a long time member of the Australian Institute of Professional Photographers (AIPP). This association has a lot in common …

November 12, 2021

James Bartold, Group Director Brand Partnerships Bastion Experience responds to the question – How does sponsorship play its role in driving …

November 11, 2021

I love the line in Crocodile Dundee where Paul Hogan talks about a problem and he says to Linda Kozlowski, “I …

November 8, 2021

This week, representatives of the Business Events Council of Australia (BECA) including Deputy Chair Geoff Donaghy (ICC Sydney), Kate Smith (Waldron Smith Management), …

November 5, 2021

NSW and Victoria reopening. Currently the vaccination rate in Australia’s two biggest states is lagging far behind the two most populous …

November 5, 2021

On the 10th September, following a number of phone calls to get access to an email address that worked,  I wrote …

November 5, 2021

There is no doubt that the global COVID-19 pandemic has changed the world. It has changed the way people live their …

November 2, 2021

NSW  Premier Perrottet’s  reopening of the state of NSW  has  been met with jubilation whilst also underscoring the extreme shortage of …

November 1, 2021

Sunday 31 October marked the final night of the Australian Event Awards 12-day celebration of the best events and most innovative …

November 1, 2021

Over the past few weeks our focus has been on business recovery in NSW. Now the focus is on Victoria. Last …

October 30, 2021

 Asia Pacific Incentives and Meetings Event (AIME) has  announced CENTREPIECE at Melbourne Park will host its 2022 Welcome Event, to be …

October 30, 2021

The Victorian Government is backing the return of a packed calendar of crowd-pleasing public events in regional and rural areas in …

October 29, 2021

Arinex’ Incentives and Special Events team is readying for the return of international travellers, launching a new destination website and exhibiting …

October 27, 2021

On Sunday the Victorian Premier, Dan Andrews announced the process for coming out of Victoria’s lockdown. The announcement was welcomed by …

October 26, 2021

The hard work is only just starting and the reform being discussed falls way short to what we really need. I …

October 26, 2021

It has been a very long, hard and frustrating road for Victoria’s event industry to get to the point where we …

October 25, 2021

The Business Events Reference Group today welcomed the announcement by the Victorian Government of its roadmap to recovery for the state’s …

October 25, 2021

The big news this week for businesses in NSW was the announcement of a $530m funding package for tourism and events …

October 22, 2021

Victorian artists are set to take centre stage for close to 4,000 gig-goers as the joy of live music returns to …

October 22, 2021

Food, tourism, hospitality and events industries have a reason to celebrate with specialist training provider William Angliss Institute named the Large …

October 21, 2021

Yesterday’s announcement by the NSW government promising to “turbocharge the recovery of tourism and events” has been generally welcomed by the …

October 21, 2021

This joint statement by theatres in Sydney acknowledges the significant and specific impacts that COVID-19 pandemic has had on the performing arts industry …

October 20, 2021

Today’s launch of the ‘COVID-19 Economic Recovery Plan’ by the NSW Government will play a significant role in rebuilding business confidence …

October 20, 2021

Starting tonight, and continuing until 31 October, short video broadcasts, announcing the Finalists and National Winner of each category, will be …

October 20, 2021

More than $530 million will be invested in reviving events across the state and getting tourism back on track as part …

October 20, 2021

Loud, joyous wedding bells tolling throughout NSW is the sound that echoed from NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet’s announcement that weddings no …

October 18, 2021

Artists, musicians, theatres, venues, festivals and cultural organisations in NSW will be supported with $86 million in funding from the NSW …

October 18, 2021

It seems we can’t take a trick, over the weekend it has been announced live performance theatre shows, music and arts …

October 18, 2021

A late wrap this week – I went out for lunch today for an actual face to face business meeting. The …

October 15, 2021

Federal Agriculture Minister, David Littleproud was in Brisbane on Tuesday to announce a second round of funding to support agricultural shows …

October 15, 2021

There has been a lot of chatter about bars and restaurants reopening in Sydney this week, but how are things looking …

October 15, 2021

Regional Arts NSW is thrilled with the recent announcement of $3.4 million in funding from the NSW Government for the Regional …

October 15, 2021

There has been quite a bit of talk about a shortage of casual workers in hospitality (in particular, along with cleaners …

October 13, 2021

The resilience of exhibitions and events cannot be under estimated. It wasn’t so long ago the sector’s long term existence was …

October 11, 2021

I don’t want to flood your inbox. Sometimes I post a number of stories in a day but I don’t send …

October 8, 2021

The Hospitality Industry as a whole had to do a double take on NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet’s recent roadmap to freedom …

October 8, 2021

The announcements by the new NSW Premier should put a skip in every event company step whether a venue, organiser or …

October 8, 2021

Since Dominic Perrottet took over as premier there have been a few minor tweaks to the NSW restrictions roadmap. All roadmap …

October 8, 2021

The Association of Australian Convention Bureaux (AACB) is collaborating with Meetings & Events Australia (MEA), Exhibition and Event Association of Australasia …

October 8, 2021

After extensive consultation with the Industry, and in the face of ongoing travel restrictions and uncertainty, the Event Awards decided to …

October 5, 2021

Peter Jones looks at the associations issue. Before I start, I will declare my interests. I am a member of MEA, …

October 5, 2021

The Covid pandemic has had a profound impact on everyone in Victoria over the last 18 months.  It has taken a …

October 4, 2021

Over the past four months I’ve been critical of Gladys’ handling of the latest COVID outbreak in Sydney, which has since …

October 1, 2021

The hardest bit first. Who are we? We all do things that inform, provoke, and make people feel. We help to …

October 1, 2021

On the 28th I posted an article around Making every day count. In it I raised awards, not surprisingly I had …

October 1, 2021

At the beginning of this year I took ASE in a new direction – no more press releases from companies that …

October 1, 2021

The Business Events Council of Australia (BECA) is deeply concerned and disappointed with the Federal Treasurer’s announcement yesterday to withdraw COVID-19 …

September 30, 2021

As New South Wales heads towards a 70 per cent vaccination rate by October 11, Sydney Showground is preparing to resume …

September 30, 2021

The NSW Government has announced that venues can reopen on Monday 11th October at one person per 4 sqm and that …

September 30, 2021

The NSW hospitality industry is preparing to surge back to some sort of normality following the tight lockdown restrictions this year, …

September 30, 2021

Once again the federal government has delivered a smackdown to workers in the events sector. Over the last three months many …

September 29, 2021

Gary Fitz-Roy on staffing, associations and the future. We all know that planning and preparation are the cornerstones to effective performance, …

September 28, 2021

Talking to venue managers about the reopening in Sydney and a big concern is how to manage unvaccinated people wanting to …

September 28, 2021

Providing the public health risk of Covid-19 remains relatively stable over the next two weeks, ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr said …

September 27, 2021

55% of respondents to the NZ Event Associations latest survey stated that the recent COVID-19 response has had a considerable financial …

September 27, 2021

The NSW Premier today announced the three stage roadmap to lifting restrictions. However, once again, the announcement was short on detail. …

September 27, 2021

Spare a thought for Melbourne’s best known event producer and AFL tragic. In the podcast I did with Peter Jones he …

September 24, 2021

While city events get the most notice, regional events are often ignored. However events are for more important to the regional …

September 24, 2021

Brett Bower has been involved in the event industry for a long time – both on the production side and performing …

September 24, 2021

Meetings & Events Australia is pleased to announce the winners of the 2020 MEA State & Territory and National Awards at …

September 23, 2021

Isn’t it funny how we come to miss something only after we no longer have it?  I raise the point because …

September 22, 2021

Ruth is an organiser.  She became one of Australia’s first In-house PCOs through her work as a Practice Manager for a …

September 21, 2021

I grew up in a country town of around 8,000 people; there was a small airport near the town. In 2001 …

September 21, 2021

Here is a summary of the Victorian Roadmap as it affects events and entertainment Hospitality Phase A: Hospitality businesses can offer …

September 20, 2021

A story of the pandemic roadmaps – with apologies to Charles Dickens Chapter I – The Period It was the best …

September 20, 2021

Peter Jones assesses the Victorian Roadmap Hope for the best but expect the worst. The proverb kind of sums up the …

September 20, 2021

 Regional areas across the country are at risk of not only huge economic losses, but Australian Regional Tourism warns recovery for …

September 20, 2021

Today marks 12 weeks that Sydney has been in lockdown – 3 bloody months – now we know how Victorians feel. …

September 17, 2021

The Australian Festival Industry Conference (AFIC) has postponed its 2021 conference to Tuesday 30 August – Thursday 1 September 2022, due …

September 16, 2021

Experiential agency George P. Johnson Australia & New Zealand (GPJ A/NZ) announces the upcoming departure of Managing Director Caleb Bush as …

September 16, 2021

Arinex’ Digital Conference Organising (DCO) team is celebrating a busy first year in operation, marked by a spate of virtual events …

September 16, 2021

International Convention Centre Sydney has welcomed the industry’s inclusion in the New South Wales government’s roadmap to reopen and is preparing …

September 15, 2021

Now you might remember that the federal treasurer, Josh Frydenberg, said it would be up to businesses to decide if they let unvaccinated …

September 15, 2021

After extensive consultation with the Industry, the Event Awards 2021 Ceremony will join the long list of 2021 events to move …

September 15, 2021

By Nicole Walker, CEO Arinex As we look for ways to rebuild our industry while Australians line up to get vaccinated, …

September 14, 2021

Andrew Walsh is a storyteller who has produced some of the biggest events in Australia and the world.  In this wide …

September 14, 2021

The NSW Roadmap to Freedom for the fully vaccinated has a serious discrepancy regarding weddings and funerals To quote relevant sections …

September 13, 2021

So, NSW has a plan as to how events will look once we get to the magical vaccination rates. Lots of …

September 13, 2021

The NSW Roadmap to Freedom was finally released this week and when you come down to it, despite the cries of …

September 10, 2021

There has been a lot of reaction to the release of the NSW “Roadmap to Freedom” so here are some links …

September 10, 2021

With the anticipation of the NSW road map announcement the events industry was waiting in the hope we may be able …

September 10, 2021

The Exhibition and Event Association of Australasia (EEAA) is delivering an important program of events for Q4, as part of its …

September 9, 2021

The Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry has released a recovery roadmap that they want the Victorian Government to adopt. The framework calls …

September 9, 2021

I’m sure that most people involved in events in Sydney watched the premier’s presser this morning. Here is the gist of …

September 9, 2021

Over the last week Info Salons have advised clients they are closing their Australian operation. Info Salons was founded by Jo-Anne …

September 8, 2021

Dr Jerry Schwartz, owner of one of Australia’s most popular family resorts, Paradise Resort Gold Coast, will make vaccinations mandatory for …

September 7, 2021

A move to a more restricted Level 2 for regions outside of Auckland will make additional support crucial for the business …

September 7, 2021

The Consumer Technology Association (CTA)® has  announced that CES® 2022, the world’s most influential technology event, will require in-person attendees to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination.  CES 2022 will take place in …

September 7, 2021

The Business Visits & Events Partnership (BVEP), the umbrella body and advocacy group representing the UK events sector, has today published …

September 7, 2021

It’s time for a reset. The one thing we have learnt with covid over the last 18 months is how quickly …

September 7, 2021

This week we revisit the interview with Johnny Allen We start with Johnny’s career running music venues in Sydney and the …

September 7, 2021

It has been another hell of a week with COVID cases spiralling in NSW and Victoria and a big push from …

September 3, 2021

Visions in Style owner, Michael Cartwright has developed a rapid antigen testing system for events and business. Covid-19 has absolutely devastated …