Flare Creative Experiences and Fireplay are bringing events back

Creator of unique experiences Flare Creative, and design and production company Fireplay USA, have joined forces to provide viewers with virtual experiences for all live events. In response to the pandemic’s devastating impact on the events sector, Fireplay has devised a platform to provide real-time connection and interaction for all those watching and participating. The ‘virtual watch party’ and ‘virtual crowd’ provide businesses with the opportunity to take advantage of an industry-leading

How business apps are helping leaders communicate and connect

During the past few months, businesses have had to act swiftly. This sense of urgency has influenced many to pivot towards new ideas and technologies, particularly the use of apps. Now more than ever, leaders are investing time, energy and resources into innovation, diversification and strategic ideas to enhance their business offerings. The impact of the coronavirus has influenced many businesses to make greater online presence their top priority. Moreover, much of the modifications made had

Table of Plenty: A socially conscious food brand supporting families in need

Table of Plenty was born from necessity, ambition – and dukkah. The health food manufacturer – recognised across Australian supermarkets for its pistachio dukkah mix, muesli, porridge and rice cakes – has grown from Kate Weiss’s Melbourne kitchen to a thriving wellbeing business with a turnover of more than A$10 million. “It was my deep need for creativity and expression that caused me to begin Table of Plenty,” Kate shares. “I always say that entrepreneurs are the creatives of the business wor

Steve Hooker on finding meaning and motivation post-sport

It was on 22 August 2008 that Melbourne-born Steve Hooker became the first male Australian since 1968 to claim gold in a track and field event. This win at the Beijing Olympic Games pushed Steve to conquer an additional two global titles: 2009 IAAF World Championships and 2010 IAAF World Indoor Championships. Then in 2014, he announced his retirement. “The biggest thing for me is the vision; as a professional athlete I had to be able to picture myself putting out a performance that would get th
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