Tina Altieri to headline The Business of Events

Holding the title of Australia's youngest newsreader, Tina Altieri knows how to deliver messages with impact.

Media stalwart Tina Altieri, who holds the title as the youngest Australian television newsreader at 19 years of age, will headline and MC The Business of Events conference next month at Luna Park, Sydney.

Altieri will kick off the program on 19 March 2020, sharing her career journey and experience in delivering messages with impact.

Anne-Marie Mina, marketing manager at Exhibitions & Trade Fairs, which organises the event, said Altieri joins a strong female line-up this year.

“With International Women’s Day coming up this Sunday 8 March, we thought it was a great opportunity to celebrate the depth of knowledge among our female cohort at The Business of Events 2020,” she said.

“For over 30 years Tina’s been one of the most prominent figures in the world of media. Holding the title as the youngest television newsreader in Australia, at just 19 years of age, the veteran presenter and reporter knows how to craft and deliver impactful messages.

“If your events are a communication vehicle for your brand’s messages, you can’t miss hearing from Tina.”

Strong speaker line-up for 2020

The Business of Events program will also feature Beverley Williamson, general manager of business development and bids at the Melbourne Convention Bureau, Carmel Horvath, head of events and sponsorship at Coles Supermarkets, and Lisa Messenger, CEO of Collective Hub.

Messenger will lead an intimate breakfast event, talking about the power of community and the flow-on effect for brands and their bottom line.

“Lisa has amassed a community of over 800,000 social and digital followers, so the learnings here for attendees, in an intimate and limited-numbers session, are just fantastic,” said Mina.

“There are only a few spots left for the breakfast session, so please be quick.”

The Business of Events will take place on 19 March at Luna Park, Sydney.

Book your ticket and get more information here.

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