What is next for YouTube? This is what 400 of YouTube’s clients and advertisers came along to see at the Big Top at Luna Park in Sydney. Guests were enthralled as an aerial performer scaled a 10 meter wall.
A balmy Sydney evening provided the perfect backdrop for guests to be whisked away to this private party at the Island Bar on Cockatoo Island. Desserts were supplied by Internet Chef, Bridget Davis, who was on hand to guide everyone through the creation of their very own dessert.
The passion of flamenco set hearts racing and feet stomping at this exclusive party. After enjoying paella, sangria and other Spanish treats, guests enjoyed their own private flamenco class.
Roll up, roll up! The sideshow came to town at the Google offices in Pyrmont. Roving contortionists, magicians, psychics and carnival food set the tone for a quirky, fun-filled evening. The City Experts were treated to an exclusive “behind the scenes” tour of where the Google magic happens.
Devised as a series of workshops over two days, YouTube content creators inspired guests with what they do and how they build their audience.
Think Platforms brought together leaders from Australia and around the globe to Sheraton on the Park to discuss trends in digital marketing, best practices and how technology is shaping the future of the digital industry.
This saw the launch of “Australia’s Innovation Generation”, book of profiles to inspire young Australians. The book recognises people who have made contributions and highlights opportunities to help build a smarter, more productive Australia.