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2021 Christmas Event Concepts

2021 Christmas Event Concepts As restrictions ease, it is more important than ever for our communities to reconnect. Community events provide opportunities for engagement, connection & socialisation and help with building collective wellbeing. After months of lockdown & isolation, communities are yearning for these special occasions so they can reclaim enjoyment in their lives. If

Taking To The Footpath: Getting Ready For Dining

With the newly announced Victorian State Government’s support fund to assist the hospitality industry, grants will be available to licensed cafes, restaurants, take-away food businesses, pubs, taverns, bars and clubs with a payroll of less than $3 million, eligible to benefit. Trader Associations and Local Government are working together to reimagine outdoor dining in a

Koorie Youth Summit

Brief Fruitbowl was engaged to support the Koorie Youth Council in the management of their annual Summit which took place in June 2018. Fruitbowl was selected due to its proven experience working with diverse organisations and in the not for profit sector. Fruitbowl’s previous work on the NATSIEC conference and Wonderfest event allowed them

Festival acts to entertain the wider community

It may be cold outside but summer will be here before you know it. Summer festivals are being organised now and entertainment selection is an important aspect. We have listed 5 unique acts to keep people of all ages entertained at your next community event. Velvet Arches Regulars at outdoor festivals, the Velvert

Event Breakfast with David Parkin

Last week at the Manningham Business Excellent Awards Breakfast Launch Fruitbowl had the privilege of listening to football legend and academic David Parkin. David spoke about many topics important for small business including motivation, teamwork, and business development. Three key points Fruitbowl took away from David were: know your drivers, don’t break was isn’t