April 7th, 2016 at 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm


Penrith, NSW

Event Information

Lock in 5pm on the 7th April at Trevi Ristorante Bar & Lounge in your diary now.

We will be venturing back to where it all started for Gen YQ in late 2009 to network and hear all about modern marketing from our expert panel consisting of Vanessa Campbell (Lend Lease), Katina Beveridge (Strategic Online) and Troy Dodds (The Western Weekender). Their profiles are below.  

Catering, drinks (members) and lucky door prizes will be enjoyed with music and impressive bar and lounge.

Details are:
DATE: Thursday 7th April, 2016
TIME: 5pm onwards
VENUE: Trevi Ristorante Bar & Lounge, 5/20-22 Woodriff Street, Penrith
RSVP: michael@wsbusiness.com.au

Vanessa Campbell, Lend Lease

Vanessa has been working in the field of marketing, PR and event management for 19 years. Her career has seen her work in promotions and account management for the Australian Radio Network, as a destination marketer for Penrith City Council and for the last seven years as principal consultant of her own firm. Top this off with five years experience as a sessional academic and you will see that Vanessa not only has a thorough understanding of communication theory but an in depth knowledge of how to make it work – www.lendlease.com.au 

Katina Beveridge, Strategic Online

Katina Beveridge has been in the print & digital marketing space for over 10 years. With her love for the online space blossoming over the last 5 years, it was only a natural progression that she start her business in the digital marketing industry. Now running her own boutique agency catering for the needs of SME’s across the state, Katina’s agency is a results focused and looks after a business’s needs in search, social and paid avenues across the web – http://strategiconline.com.au/ 

Troy Dodds, The Western Weekender

Troy has worked as a journalist in Sydney for more than 15 years, spanning multiple platforms including print, digital and radio.

Troy is currently the Managing Editor of The Western Weekender newspaper in Penrith, one of the most successful independent newspapers in the country. Under Troy’s leadership, The Western Weekender has twice been nominated for Community Newspaper of the Year at the annual PANPA Awards.

You’ll also hear Troy regularly presenting radio programs on 2UE in Sydney, often networked across Australia on stations such as 4BC in Brisbane and 2CC in Canberra.

Most notably, Troy was on air when the 2014 Sydney Siege reached its dramatic conclusion – broadcasting up-to-the-second updates live across the country. Troy is also a regular panellist on 2UE’s Lunchtime Lowdown program. – www.westernweekender.com.au 

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