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Inaugural Event Summit Brings Industry Peak Together for One Day ‘Super’ Conference

April 17, 2018 Conferences No Comments Email Email

The movers and shakers behind some of the world’s biggest events – including The Super Bowl, Australian Open of Tennis and Commonwealth Games – are set to converge on Sydney on June 14 when the inaugural Event Summit presented by SafetyCulture kicks off as part of Vivid Ideas Exchange 2018.http://www.seychelles.com/

Presented in partnership with SafetyCulture, and staged at the Australian Museum of Contemporary Art, the bumper one-day thought-leadership conference brings together some of the most respected names in events to share practical insights and examine news ways to foster creativity and ‘dream big’ in a climate where risk mitigation and public safety concerns are at an all-time high.

“Ensuring attendees and staff have a safe experience is fundamental to running events. The risks associated with event management are changing faster than ever before, as we have seen with incidents around the world recently,” said SafetyCulture CEO, Luke Anear.

“It is terrific to see the industry leaders come together at The Event Summit to discuss the best methods for reducing risk and ensuring patrons continue to enjoy each event they attend and I am looking forward to hearing from the world class speaker line up.”

The robust program line-up features events professionals and stakeholders with experience managing The Super Bowl, Melbourne Cup Birdcage, Splendour in the Grass, Australian Open of Tennis, The Commonwealth Games, Surf Life Saving Australia National Championships, Taste Festival, American Express Open Air Cinemas, Vivid, The Royal Easter Show and more.

Speakers include CEO of Tennis Australia, Craig Tiley; CEO of Destination NSW, Sandra Chipchase; Former VP Events NFL, Producer of nine Super Bowls and CEO of Fast Traffic Events and Entertainment, Frank Supovitz; CEO of Westpac Helicopters, Stephen Leahy; CEO of Sold Out Events – Official Event Management Company Commonwealth Games, Thomas Staunton; and Senior VP and Managing Director of IMG, Jason Fielding, to name just a few.

“I’m incredibly impressed with the agenda; this is the best, timeliest and most substantive event management conference agenda I have seen, and I’m excited to be participating” says Frank Supovitz, Former VP Events NFL, Producer of nine Super Bowls and CEO of Fast Traffic Events and Entertainment.

Through presentations and sessions based on real-life scenarios, attendees will learn how to grow their business and organisations, while understanding how to confidently take risks without infringing on creativity and recognising how to identify opportunities and challenges in the event sector.

Attendees will gain exposure to industry professionals from DNSW, NSW Police, NSW Ambulance, Tourism Australia, Fairfax Events, IMG, Australian Open, Commonwealth Games Event Management Company, Australian Turf Club and more.

Stakeholders in government, major events, music, cultural, retail, hospitality, leisure, food and beverage, activation, corporate and sporting sectors are all encouraged to attend, and with tickets only on-sale for one week, the first round of early bird ticketing has already sold-out.

Aiming to advance NSW’s event economy by enabling event professionals to exceed best practice in the planning, management and execution of events, the Event Summit is presented by Safety Culture, in partnership with Destination NSW, Property NSW, OzTix, Sydney Showground, Ausleisure, University of Sydney, Risk Management Institute of Australia, Sold Out Events, McKenzie Ross and Premium Media & Risk Facilitator.

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