Interaction and Audience Engagement

by Marianne Edmonds

Event experiences and client interaction are quintessential to business conversion at an event. From guests intermingling with performers to interactive food stations that will be never forgotten; event concept creation is about integrating new ideas and innovative design to build on a basic concept to produce an unforgettable journey of “little wows”.

Gin bar

Live food stations are all the rage (and why wouldn’t they be?). It’s kind of like a high end version of a Sizzler buffet. We are working on events delivering yakitori stations, live sashimi carving boards, oyster and champagne matching, gin tasting bars, mulled wine entrance posts, flaming cheese stations and so much more.

Cheese Wheel

Image courtesy of Salt Meats Cheese

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The Social Benefits of Event Apps

by Danielle Gadanyi

Technology plays a big part in the changing face of events. The first call to action for an event manager is identifying what the objective of the event is, once this is known all the pieces to the event puzzle are put in place by keeping these objective/s in mind. This month we explore using event apps as a tool in achieving both conference and event goals as well as streamlining events.

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June Style Files

by Lucy Kelly

This month, we are excited to share with you some of LOUD's most "liked" instagram posts from the last little while!

LOUD at Super Yacht

LOUD events - Super Yacht Event

This stunning image was taken at one of LOUDs most recent events, the Australian super Yacht Rendezvous held at the Gold Coast City Marina. This service bar was decorated with gold and white floral, gold branding and topped with fresh champagne, wine and Newstead Brewery craft beers. The invite only industry event was a great success even though we received over 150ml of rain…

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Venue Review - W Hotel Brisbane

by Danielle Gadanyi

Guess which iconic hotel brand is in its final stages of completion? It’s okay, LOUD events has the answer, the W Hotel will be open and ready for business in March 2018.

Set on the Brisbane River, just a short walk from the new Queen’s Wharf development the W Hotel will light up the city bringing a luxurious sensory experience. From 312 modern accommodation rooms to the ‘WET Deck’ where smoothies and delicious bites are on offer after you enjoy a quick dip in the pool. Oh it is a hard life at the W Hotel!


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