NEW Events, Webinars and Training - APRIL 2021
Three new leaders. Three new visions. Three roles that will impact business in our region.
4556, Caloundra, Glasshouse Country, Kawana, Maleny, Maroochydore, Noosa, Sunshine Coast Chamber Alliance, and Sunshine Coast Young Chamber invite you to join them on Tuesday, 13th April at Maroochy RSL and be part of the vision for business on the Sunshine Coast for 2021 and beyond.
The Sunshine Coast is a dynamic and entrepreneurial space. Working together across industries, Chambers, and all levels of private and public enterprise, we will continue to make the Sunshine Coast THE place to live, work and play!
Be a part of the future of business on the Sunshine Coast and join us at this dynamic event featuring:
- Emma Thomas, NEW CEO, Sunshine Coast Council
Emma Thomas has a passion for, and commitment to, regional economic development and social inclusion for all and community connectivity and accessibility and these continue to be part of her focus as Sunshine Coast Council CEO.
- Andrew Eves-Brown, NEW Head of Economic Development, Sunshine Coast Council
Andrew Eves-Brown’s role expands across the economic development portfolio. He’s responsible for attracting new businesses to the region, helping advance the industries already here and attracting premium events to aid tourism on the Coast, as well as provide events for the local community to enjoy.
- Matt Stoeckel, NEW CEO, Visit Sunshine Coast
Matt Stoeckel works closely with VSC members, tourism associations, as well as Council, State and Federal partners, to maximise the benefits of the tourism industry for the Sunshine Coast community.
Date: Tuesday, 13th April at 5.30PM - 8.00PM
Location: Maroochy RSL, 105 Memorial Ave, Maroochydore, Queensland, 4558
Ticket includes beverage upon arrival and nibbles.
Australian Wearable Art is delighted to collaborate with Belinda Kuhlewein – Winner of the Floriana Category at the 2019 Australian Wearable Art Festival to provide you with this amazing opportunity to transform Natures Textures & Treasures into your very own Unique Botanical Wall Art.
In this four and half hour workshop, participants will learn the skills to transform an array of raw materials from nature to create a one of a kind piece of Botanical Wall Art to take home.
Online registration is essential. Tickets $155, with all materials provided.
Tourism and Events Queensland (TEQ), in partnership with Tourism Noosa and Visit Sunshine Coast, invite tourism and events businesses to the Conversations with Industry event in Noosa on Wednesday 28 April.
Hear the latest insights from TEQ, their marketing and event activities and opportunities to get involved. Presentations will be tailored for Sunshine Coast businesses. An interactive leadership panel discussion will focus on local issues and opportunities for the tourism and events industry, with industry leaders hearing directly from operators.
Date: Wednesday, 28 April 2021
Time: 1:30pm for registration, for 2:00pm start. Finishing at 5:00 pm, followed by networking function thanks to Visit Sunshine Coast and Tourism Noosa.
Venue: Macquarie Centre at Peppers Noosa Resort & Villas, Noosa
The opportunity to connect with TEQ specialists during breakout sessions to provide feedback and ask questions, and networking is also planned after the event.
The breakout sessions includes opportunities to engage with TEQ specialists across the below key topics:
• Marketing activities and how to leverage opportunities, content, PR, social and digital opportunities, working with domestic distribution partners and IMATE
• TEQ Events Strategy, how to leverage events and Industry Framework for COVID Safe Events
• What Queensland’s new brand means in practice, and how to use the ‘Ultimate Transformational Experience Guide and seven steps to creating better value for your guests and business’
• Rebuilding aviation access and capacity
To help streamline our presentations and maximise question time, we ask that you submit questions on registration if you have something you’d like specifically covered.
REGISTRATION IS ESSENTIAL. For more information regarding this event please contact:
Destination Specialist, Southern Queensland
Date: Friday 30 April 2021
Time: 7am to 8.30am - Registration from 6.45am
Location: The Bohemian Bungalow, 69 Memorial Drive, Eumundi
Cost: $25 member; $30 non-members
Members and guests are invited to join us for networking and a scrumptious breakfast BoHo style, with networking and a special guest speaker segment with Paul Garcia, from Chamber of Commerce Queensland (CCIQ) along with our usual Chamber updates, and members spotlight for all the latest on what's happening around 4562.
PLEASE ADVISE ANY SPECIAL DIETARY REQUIREMENT WITH REGISTRATION.
And... if you have the time, you are welcome to stay a while for more networking and/or a chat with the management team before you head off to work.
Registrations are essential for catering by 5pm Wednesday 28 APRIL 2021.
An all-ages community music festival on the Labour Day Long Weekend featuring 100% QLD artists - 50% First Nations, 50% Sunshine Coast and 75% female artists.
Presented by Kin Music, sponsored by The Imperial Hotel and Eumundi Brewery, and Queensland Government through Arts Queensland to support the activation of outdoor productions and the engagement of local communities in arts and cultural experiences.
This event is further supported with funding locally by ECDA and Experience Eumundi.
The Imperial Hotel invites you to join them once again for Viva La Vintage Market on Sunday 16th May 2021 for a morning of glorious vintage treasure hunting, bespoke finds and beautiful handmade pieces from 9am to 1pm.
Coffee and pastries are available from 9am, with live music and the Fizz bar from 10am.
It's on again... From the 10th -13th June 2021, Noosa invites you to join some of the country's most celebrated culinary icons in Noosa who will be teaming up with their latest, greatest and favourite restaurants to bring you events and collaborations like never before.
This year's line up includes Matt Moran, Colin Fassnidge, Loura Sharrad, Matt Sinclair, Alastair McLeod, Matt Preston, Gary Mehigan, Kirsten Tibballs, Anna Polyviou and George Colombaris.
The festival features something for everyone, including beachfront brunches, dinners with celebrity chefs, cooking demonstration and parties under the stars.
22 free webinars on a wide range of topics are currently listed from 13 April 2021 to 30 April – check the link for details.
RDASC also have an array of online workshops and face to face workshop, for a small fee, available throughout April.
Covering a range of topics, including connecting online with the ATO for sole traders or businesses and cash flow for business success, the ATO’s small business webinars offer a range of helpful information.
Book your session online but remember times listed are in AEDT, so you will need to adjust to AEST.