A staggering 50% of the population make New Year resolutions, are you one of them? We find that January is a great time to set intentions for the year. If you're stuck for ideas, or looking to professionally develop this year - read on for some New Year’s resolutions for event professionals...
Christmas - the most wonderful time of the year... but also the most exhausting. Finding yourself with a 'must-attend' event every night of the week, plus a heavy workload AND still need to buy all of your Christmas presents? We have a few tips to ensure that you make it through the festive season unscathed and with your health intact.
Maintaining energy throughout the day is a struggle for most, and often we end up feeling overwhelmed and exhausted - which does not help with our productivity levels.
Are you finding that no matter what you try; getting to work early, working through your lunchbreak, 6 cups of coffee – that you still can’t find enough time in the day to get everything done that you need to? We've have put together our top 8 productivity hacks, that will encourage productivity and leave you with a sense of satisfaction on a daily basis.
Maybe you're an EA, and you've been given the task of throwing your first function? Or you're an experienced Event Manager, looking to mix it up for your next event? Styling an event is a great way to make a lasting impression on your guests.
Arriving at the Roman Tannery in Laverton was like stepping from a dilapidated urban street of Melbourne straight into a cloud – a soft, fluffy cloud that you never want to leave. Instead of refusing to leave (which was likely to initiate a few issues) we simply took half of its contents, and moved it all to our terrace at Melbourne Public to create Mont Plonk.
Here at Melbourne Public we are constantly surrounded by food. Whether we are thinking about it, looking at it, or writing about it (and sometimes even eating it…) – it’s never far from our thoughts. So when we came across the Feed Melbourne Appeal, which raises funds to help individuals and families in Melbourne who are struggling to afford to put a meal on their table, it really struck a chord with us.
Fridays are usually a pretty good day in the MP office. We celebrate the start of the weekend guzzling coffees & cake in Citizen in the morning, and spend the afternoon knocking back espresso martinis & oysters in Melbourne Public. By the time the weekend rolls around, we are usually pretty full and satisfied (albeit a little high from all the caffeine).
But last Friday exceeded all of our usual Friday expectations, with a helicopter ride to the Mount Zero Olive Grove in the Grampians for the Regional World’s Longest Lunch.