Free TEDx event for Melbourne planners

EventBrite and TEDxMelbourne will host a free event for planners titled BriteAdventure tomorrow evening.
The Block's Steve and Chantelle
The Block’s Steve and Chantelle

As part of Melbourne International Design Week 2015, EventBrite and TEDxMelbourne will host BriteAdventure, a free event aimed at bringing innovation and inspiration to one of the most critical elements of an event: design.

Featuring ‘Alice in Wonderland’ inspired event decor by Head Event Designer of Theme at JAK events, Kerry Howell, together with a range of creative displays, the event will be attended by Victoria’s top event professionals and is open to anyone with an interest in event planning and decor.

Eventbrite Australia Head of Marketing, Laura Huddle, said the theme was intended to encourage event organisers to think ‘experientially’.

“Event design is about much more than what looks good; it’s about meaningful ideas that enhance the attendee’s experience. Creative event design has the capacity to extend an event’s reach beyond the venue’s physical walls, particularly through social media.

“We wanted to create an event that would inspire organisers with new ideas, and help them maximise their next event through creative design,” she said.

Celebrity guest speaker, interior designer and winner of last year’s The Block, Chantelle Ford, will be in attendance to present her top event design tips. She will be joined by Alrick Pagnon, Creative Development and Partnership Manager at Creative Innovation Global, to share lessons and examples in event design from some of the world’s largest global brands.

Cocktails and light hor d’oeuvres provided by The Wolf and I will be served at the event.

To register attendance, click here.

What: BriteAdventure: A journey through ideas in event decor

When: Wednesday, May 13, 6-8pm

Where: The Wolf and I, 152 Chapel St, Windsor

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