Have you been thinking about how the event industry will re-imagine and bounce back? So have the team at William Angliss Institute!
Our Chief Engagement Officer, Georgie Stayches, will join other industry experts on Thursday 7 October to discuss her take on how businesses and events are adapting into the next normal.
The more we can collaborate, sharing our insights and have open conversations, the stronger our industry will become. We can't wait to join the William Angliss Institute team for this important discussion.
Register now and join us for this conversation, we hope you can join us online!
“The riskiest thing we can do is just maintain the status quo.”
Join us for this 2hr interactive virtual workshop where we will introduce you to the Top Ten Event Trends of 2021 and equip you with everything you need to know about them, as well as how you can leverage them at your events.
While many events paused in 2020, they have resumed in 2021. It is not a case of if they will run, but rather how they will run. As events start up again, there are new things we need to take into consideration in light of COVID-19.
The workshop will also include industry networking and interactive activities.
As live events return, we were thrilled to host a panel of Event Directors for the first of our Re-imagining in 2021 webinar series.
2020 saw live events cancelled or postponed. Events didn't run.
2021 will see live events run, it is a matter of how they will run.
This panel discussion chatted to events of all shapes and sizes as they return in this new world - and heard about the positives of re-imagining our events.
2020 and world events has found many of us looking for more meaning, connection, fulfillment and authenticity in our work.
How do you harness and focus this and demonstrate your social responsibility through your events and projects? Want to make a difference but not sure how?
This 1hr panel discussion looked at what the SDGs are, why they are important, how you can integrate them and the benefit, locally and globally.
In the tenth and final Adapting in 2020 session, we looked at how the current climate is forcing organisations to re-imagine their volunteer programs and the new opportunities it is opening up.
Our panellists including Tracey O’Niell from Austin Health, Tim Ryan from Lord Somers Camp and Powerhouse and Jana Wunderlich from Eventeamwork, shared their experiences, insights and updates on how they are re-imagining their volunteer roles to create stronger programs, better engagement and to better align with the new style of volunteering.
In the third Navigating Now webinar, hosted by Live Love Work Port Phillip, we welcomed Peter Smith from Business Profitability as he stepped through how you can manage your way out of COVID.
These are incredibly challenging times, but even in times of chaos and disruption opportunities to grow your business exist.
This 1hr webinar provided practical advice on how you and your business can Navigate Now and included a Q&A with Fetching's Georgie Stayches and Peter Smith.
In the ninth webinar of our Adapting in 2020 series, we brought together another panel of industry experts, this time to chat all things technology.
Adapting in 2020 Webinar Series - Reading the play: How to stay connected and engaged with your community
In the eighth Adapting in 2020 webinar, we looked at how you can adjust your communications and engage with your audience, while taking into account their current environment.
In this Adapting in 2020 session, we looked at how venues are re-imagining their spaces and event managers are re-thinking their event formats, in the new world of social distancing and hybrid events.
In the second Live Love Work Port Phillip Navigating Now discussion, we chatted to local Port Phillip businesses to find out how they are approaching the current restrictions and lock down.
Hosted by our Chief Engagement Officer, this panel discussion looked at how businesses adapted to the first lock down, what worked, what didn’t work and what lessons they have learnt and will take into the current lock down. We also talked about what the local community has meant to them and how they have continued to engage with their customers.