September 18, 2018
By Think HQ Senior Account Executive Lauren Stanhope.
The goal of any successful event is to ensure your guests enjoy themselves, and that means ensuring they are comfortable and catered for. Around 4 million Australians live with disability, so ensuring your event is accessible is vital.
Here at Think HQ we manage a range of events, including breakfasts, conferences and workshops. There is a lot to keep track of when planning and running an event, and something like accessibility can feel intimidating if you don’t have a lived experience of disability.
But don’t worry; we’ve assembled our top tips to help you ensure all your guests have a great experience.
- 1. Site visits are essential
Many people don’t realise exactly what is required for an accessible event and while venue managers may believe their venue meets all your accessibility requirements, it definitely pays to view the venue in person to assess its suitability.
Only consider venues that allow people to enter, exit and...
September 11, 2018
Think HQ Account Coordinator Jade Delios Callanan shares her experience attending this year’s VidCon.
At VidCon 2018 it wasn’t uncommon to hear the term, ‘as an influencer…’ when someone was giving their answer to a question.
Most of the content creators or influencers on the panels had followings in the hundreds of thousands to millions, but it turns out that when it comes to using social platforms for a cause, smaller followings can have the greatest impact.
At the 'Social Media to Social Change' panel moderated by Tara Gosling, PR & Content Coordinator at JustGiving with Anna Akana, Hank Green and Caspar Lee, it kept coming back to the impact of micro influencers.
Caspar Lee, who has 7.5+ million subscribers on his YouTube channel and has recently been raising awareness about growing up with Tourette’s, said it’s those with smaller followings who can potentially have a larger impact.
“Micro influencers have bigger opportunity to make change. They have smaller communities of...Read More