Insight by The Office Space returns in August with a set of intriguing conversations on success within the world of business. Insight by The Office Space is a bimonthly panel series where The Office Space brings together a selection of interesting thinkers and entrepreneurs to share their stories relating to a particular topic. In our first version in March we focused on creative women in business (coinciding with International Women’s Day). In May we hosted Design Business, which featured leaders in the field working across the spectrum of design, including Toko, Courtesy of the Artist and Where to From Here. See the video of Insight: Design Business here, or view the slides from the presentation here.
For Success in Business our speakers will discuss their experience, their career and their own personal perspectives on business success.
TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE Speakers include:
- Victoria Moxey – CEO and Founder, Urban Walkabout
Founder and CEO of Urban Walkabout, Victoria Moxey founded her company in 2006 when she saw a gap in the market to promote outstanding local businesses through curated and easy-to-use guides. Now in its ninth year, Urban Walkabout publishes digital content covering local fashion, design, food and events, as well as the well-known series of free, city guides across 8 cities in Australia. The company also recently launched in London.
- Giuseppe Santamaria – Founder, Men in this Town
Toronto-born Giuseppe Santamaria is a graphic designer turned photographer based in Sydney. Since the inception of his blog in 2010, Men In This Town has gained over 450,000 followers on Tumblr, was turned into a book in 2014 and in 2015 published a new printed quarterly digest titled MITT. Giuseppe is also has a regular contributor to GQ Australia and has worked with several brands including Olympus, Johnny Walker and Country Road.
- Barrie Barton – Founder, Right Angle Studio
Barrie Barton is the founder of Right Angle Studio. Since 2005 he has overseen the company’s strategic and creative outputs, helping establish its enviable reputation as one of the most progressive and transformative agencies in the country. Formally qualified as a lawyer but professionally motivated by civic improvement, Barton has applied himself to crafting remarkable strategies and creative concepts in multiple industry sectors. He works consistently alongside private enterprise, state and local government across a broad range of fields ranging from future forecasting to research and strategy, creative concept development and implementation. Alongside work for clients, Barton founded the award winning Rooftop Cinema and Australia’s seminal online city guides The Thousands, which earned him acknowledgement in The Age Magazine’s Top 100 Most Influential Melburnians. Since moving to Sydney in 2013 he has steered the revitalization of Paramount House in Surry Hills, opening Golden Age Cinema & Bar within it, and making sure Right Angle Studio is engaged in almost all of the city’s large urban renewal projects. Please join us for champagne and a light lunch at the stunning Golden Age Cinema and Bar as we listen to some inspiring thinking on success.
TICKETS: $25 (includes champagne and lunch) TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE HERE
DATE: Thursday 6 August, 12.15 – 1.45pm
LOCATION: Golden Age Cinema and Bar, 80 Commonwealth Street, Surry Hills.