Published on : Monday, July 28, 2014
Wellington’s biggest conference and events expo, Show Me Wellington (SMW), adds a new dimension to the show with their first ever ‘Talk About Cool’ seminar series. The series promise to stimulate new thinking and inspire fresh ideas, insights and advice.
The first two sessions have just been announced – ‘Morning Muse’ and ‘Capital Jam’ – and spaces are filling up fast. Conference and event organisers are encouraged to get in quick as spaces are limited.
‘Morning Muse’ combines bagels, banter and bright ideas that are set to inspire meeting
and conference organisers. A panel of top industry leaders will share their secrets on how to add that ten percent of magic to deliver unforgettable events. Natasha Lampard is a
passionate advocate for doing business in Wellington and aims to encourage event
organisers to ‘think big’ during the morning session.
Natasha along with Mike Brown started one of Wellington’s most successful international web design and development conference, Webstock. Natasha is confident that Wellington holds the perfect formula for holding memorable business events.
“We had an ambitious vision for Webstock with bold ideas. Wellington has played a big part in turning all of our outrageous dreams into a reality. I believe it’s all about thinking big, paying attention to all the details that can deliver that notable x-factor and making the most of the creative and clever businesses in Wellington,” says Natasha.
The noon ‘Capital Jam’ session will demonstrate how quickly things can happen in our cool and compact city. The team from the Wellington International Ukulele Orchestra will take 30 minutes to teach buyers to play a song.
Age Proyor from the Wellington International Ukulele Orchestra says “this is a great session to attend if you are looking for ideas for your next team building activity or a way out-of-town visitors a taste of the capital’s culture that’s uniquely Wellington”.
Source:- Conventions & Incentives New Zealand