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Welcome to our October eNewsletter


What a jam-packed couple of months it has been and to top it off, this month we celebrate our birthday! Learn what we are up to in Regional NSW, how we are teaming up with Zadro Agency in the Association space, why Copenhagen is leading the conversation on risk management in business events and more!

Business Events Suppliers: Join us in the Southern Highlands and South Coast of NSW this November

Destination Sydney Surrounds South (DSSS) in collaboration with Mayvin Global, is once again undertaking industry development for business events suppliers.

The half day workshops are designed for operators already attracting or working in the Business Events space. The workshops will be interactive learning, looking at proposal writing, pricing and commission, conducting tailored site visits as well as exploring ai.   

Speakers also include Destination NSW Regional Conferencing Team, Destination Wollongong, The Conference Shop and Shoalhaven City Council.

Places are limited. If you are interested in joining register via the links below.

For more information Tash McQueen from DSSS.

Southern Highlands

Thursday 02 November
Park Proxi Gibraltar, Bowral

South Coast

Wednesday 08 November
The Sebel, Kiama

Associations - See you at ACE 2023 - Canberra

Taking place from 28-29 November at the National Convention Centre in Canberra, Mayvin Global will be teaming up with Zadro Agency again to discuss how bringing together commercial thinking and savvy communications are the left and right hand to powerful strategy. This is an interactive workshop for associations looking to generate revenue (commercial thinking) and strategic communications.

If you are attending ACE2023, make sure you flag this session as part of the ‘Leadership and Strategy’ stream at the conference.  For more details or to register click here.

Embracing a new era of Risk Management in Business Events

Is risk the new "legacy" of business events? Are you concerned about risk when planning events? Mayvin Global had the pleasure of collaborating with Karen Bolinger (Karen Bolinger Consulting) as part of a project for Copenhagen Convention Bureau on identifying the risks faced in our new world. 


The project has uncovered some critical issues and challenges for the business events industry, with the findings published as a White Paper

A big shout out to MI Global Partners who also collaborated on the Risk project and provided key research insights.

Looking for a new podcast? Listen to our latest podcasts on Commercial Thinking and Revenue Diversification for Associations

To our incredible and diverse clients and our Mayvin Global team, we want you to know you are the reason we are celebrating our 6th birthday!

Thank you for your continued support and inspiring projects and look forward to the year ahead.  Happy Birthday!

Sydney welcomes back – Harbour 220!

Sydney rooftop venue Harbour 220 will re-open in November. Located on the 15th floor of 131 Macquarie Street, this fabulous venue with panoramic views of Sydney Harbour, the Opera House and Botanic Gardens has had a major renovation.

As described by Sara Flaksbard, General Manager of Laissez-faire Catering, who are the exclusive caterers, "Harbour 220 is a true gem in Sydney’s event scene. The renovation has transformed it into a world-class space that will leave event planners and attendees in awe. We’re proud to be the in-house caterer for Harbour 220, and we’re committed to delivering exceptional culinary experiences that match the venue’s excellence.”

Welcome Vicky and 5 years for Kirsty!

We are thrilled to welcome Vicky Wong to the Mayvin Global family as Project Manager and Arts Specialist.  Vicky has returned to Australia after living and working in Singapore and Thailand and is now based in Sydney with her hubby and two children.  She has hit the ground running as Project Manager on the DSSS program.

We are delighted to celebrate five years of working with Kirsty Simmonds. She has worked on a diverse range of projects from a new festival on the Gold Coast to strategic partnerships for Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair Foundation. Her strategic insights, philosophical brain and 'can do' attitude are second to none. Thank you, Kirsty, (she’s also a favourite with the Director of Wellbeing – Ruckus)

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