oh. It seems the blog just doesn’t write itself while we have all been away working like crazy people. Apologies for that, we’ll get back to posting some fab stuff shortly. In the meantime browse through previous posts for some edutainment or feeding your creative muse. Or give us a call or email and we…Read more →
We dropped in today to present a webinar today, hosted by Martin Long for Meetings and Events Australia, to chat about the digital space and how social media can and should feature in a corporate events marketing strategy. A recording of this presentation may be available in the future. Extending on this – the following…Read more →
The last post within Muse (yeah we know, in recent times – one a month based on youtube videos is pretty slack. We promise to get our act together once we get a spare moment to scratch!) a great video documenting the evolution of music. This got us to thinking about the actual evolution of…Read more →
When we go about creating a powerful event experience - we always reach out to our massive iTunes library to stoke the fires of inspiration. Music for us often drives the overal event approach either directly within the program itself or indirectly through lubricating our muse. Problem of course is that our music references are kinda limited to what we have and what's recommend to us... till now.Read more →
Recently we were doing some work for the Jack Morton Worldwide team in Hong Kong and enjoyed the following performer 'discovery'.
The meshing between a rocking soundtrack, a sensational charismatic dancers, and some fabulous multimedia support - all translates into a really strong event performance with impact.Read more →