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The food: Atlantic Group did a stellar job with the catering. The 15m long antipasto table was a fabulous place to graze, so too was the equally long dessert table at the end of the night. There were large portions of fish and chips doing the rounds and dessert canapes later as well. However, the highlight had to be the pop up China Town tucked away in a cosy (and rather crowded) nook of the venue. Here guests watched chefs stretching out handmade noodles and then frying them up to serve them hot and fresh. Waiters dished out bamboo steamers full of steaming hot delicious dim sum. There was plenty of food and no one went away hungry!
Today is International Women’s Day and it’s becoming a bit of a tradition at Event Birdie to mark the occasion by showcasing a collection of amazing women who work in the events industry.
This year the theme for IWD is ‘Parity’. Sadly, throughout the world there is still a divide between the education and economic opportunities given to men and women. In many industries, even here in Australia, the salaries and development opportunities are simply not equal.
In order to explore this theme we wanted to feature women who are specifically business owners or working in general manager roles. We wanted to find out what drove them to start their own businesses, how they feel about being a leader and whether they think there is parity between men and women in our industry.
The answers from these fabulous female role models are entertaining, refreshing and encouraging. So go pop the kettle on, grab yourself a treat and enjoy getting to know a little more about these amazing women in the events industry.
Managing Director / Founder
This Space Events
Industry Experience: 18+ years
Black and White Marketing
Industry Experience: 17 years
• Night Club Host – transitioned to…
• Night Club Decorator – transitioned to…
• Rather Clueless Freelance Operator – transitioned to
• Business Owner in partnership with Jane Klose – this one really works so I’m sticking with this bullet point for a while.
We hope you enjoyed getting to know these fabulous women from the events industry. But now over to you… Do you think there is partiy between men and women in the events industry? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.