On 24 & 25 August, Get Local will kick off with their Get Together welcome event at Doltone House Darling Island, to celebrate the return of business event activity in Australia.
Get Local organisers and Doltone House promise something extra special for the networking event which will host the crème de la crème of the business events community from across Australia and the Pacific – tickets are strictly limited and only available to registered attendees and exhibitors.
Meanwhile, at the Get Local Expo, attendees will be inspired by Saxton Speakers, and hear from industry leaders who will share the latest research and announcements, all while catching up with friends and colleagues.
The education program will feature:
- Author and game-changing founder and CEO of Collective Hub, Lisa Messenger. Lisa recently released her 28th book – Work from Wherever – How to Set Yourself Free (and Still Achieve) – detailing, in her classically candid style, how the big-thinking founder of the Collective Hub has rebounded and rebranded after breaking and remaking the business of her dreams. Lisa’s session will be about cultivating killer self-belief, finding passion and purpose, thinking big and going global, strategic partnerships, building a brand and investing in yourself.
- Dr Norman Swan is regarded as Australia’s most respected health journalist, broadcaster and commentator, and one of the most trusted voices in the country on coronavirus. His session will share the latest on the virus and what the future may hold.
- Television presenter and producer, Caroline Pemberton, has made a mark for herself capturing audiences on the small screen, specialising in travel, lifestyle, adventure and wellness. Caroline will emcee the education program and provide insights into her session titled ‘The Power of Storytelling & Why Your Content Marketing Sux.’