There is a lot more to an academic conference in Sydney than just getting guest speakers and a venue. Making your conference event stand out with engaging photography is one way to attracting more guests and influencers from your industry.
Many larger businesses and most industry organisations run important workshops throughout the year in Sydney. These are often facilitated by leaders in the industry, and at times trainers are invited from interstate and overseas to talk at these functions.
The Governor-General of Australia Sir Peter Cosgrove held a reception at Admiralty House for Lung Foundation Australia. Attending were a select number of staff, patients, and supporters of the charity. It was an event like no other!
Marketing managers know it too well: the boss requests you put up a fabulous event and gives you a budget for an adequate event. Something has to give.
Leading Change is a new FINSIA event, discussing the role of financial industry leaders in encouraging gender and ethnic diversity within the industry. This year the panel comprised of Shayne Elliott, CEO of ANZ, Catherine Fox, Journalist, Lance Hockridge, Former CEO and Managing Director of Aurizon, Pip Marlow, CEO Customer Marketplace of Suncorp.
I’m often asked by friends for advice about capturing photographs of corporate events in Sydney. The marketing manager just wants to take a few shots with their camera. What’s the best way to go about it?