100 Squared is a never-before-seen theatrical retail concept in a place least expected – Westfield Sydney. Justin Levy, the brains behind creative concepts such as The Fringe Bar Markets, the ABSOLUT Stairwell Gallery and William Street Laneway Festival, has converted 100 square metres of blank space into a fashion ‘incubator’ featuring 11 emerging designers, all personally selected by Levy from markets,garages and runways.
After spending nine years in the construction industry running a successful building company, Nadine decided to make a dramatic career change. Seeing her partner and both of their children terribly affected with eczema she decided to do something about it and in doing so put herself on the path to a new career and a successful national brand.
Mention the word ‘ Wedding’ and to many brides it conjures up a day they have been dreaming about for most of their lives. Then comes a very real fear so brides believe, when starting to plan that the very mention of the W word will see the cost of their dream day possibly triple before their eyes!
“People often forget that Google started as a search engine” were Scott Gerber’s words when I spoke with him in New York recently about his book Never Get A Real Job. Never Get A Real Job is an open and honest look at what being an entrepreneur is like while also providing some practical advice, tips and maybe even a few secrets about how to be successful.
Yes – I have been caught out, I am a huge X-Factor fan and Wednesday nights performance by Luke O’Dell had me in stitches – and I am sure many of you out there are still walking around with the song stuck in your head, like I am. The song got me thinking though – Does it matter if you are an introvert or an extrovert when it comes to work and business?
The MyBiz expo is coming to Sydney 6th – 7th October and will offer attendees the opportunity to meet likeminded business owners and suppliers, in addition to the opportunity to attend a networking cooking demonstration where guests will be able to expand their business networks.
Launched in 2010 by Paula Ward, Know The Game is a unique and innovative consulting firm focused on educating people about Australian sports. Via face to face workshops, we teach the fundamentals of particular Australian sports so participants are able to engage in conversations with others about it – be it across the boardroom table, around the water cooler, in the corporate sporting box, at school with teachers and parents or at a friend’s BBQ.
Environmentalist and co-founder of ‘Take 3’, Tim Silverwood will host screenings of the new, award-winning environmental documentary Bag It at locations in Melbourne, Torquay and Geelong throughout September 2011. In July 2011 Tim sailed from Honolulu to Vancouver through the North Pacific Gyre to research plastic pollution in the Pacific Garbage Patch and is ready to spread his findings.