To celebrate International Women’s Day, students and industry leaders gathered early last Friday at CSIRO’s Australian Technology Park headquarters for a speed mentoring breakfast networking event organised by Ribit. Around 80 attendees were warmed by heartfelt speeches from CSIRO’s Chief Scientist, Cathy Foley, Canva’s PR guru Liz Mckenzie, along with Atlassian‘s Fiona Kerr and Lily Serna.
Ribit connects tertiary students with paid work opportunities, internships, and short-term projects within innovative startups and corporations seeking digitally skilled talent. The initiative is backed by Data 61 and CSIRO, and is partnered with Australia’s leading universities, student societies, industry associations, government organisations, and startup co-working spaces, incubators and accelerators.
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Plenty of entertainment to occupy the youngsters last Saturday at Meriton Mascot’s Retail Precinct as the property developer played host to a community Family Day with Fairy Wishes Childrens Parties and Corporate Events providing face painting and balloons; an animal petting area set up by Farm Friends and free show bags distributed to families.
The Mascot Central retail precinct has become a shopping and dining focal point for the suburb. Meriton says the day is not just for the multitude of families taking up residence at Mascot Central, but for all families in the area.
Photography commissioned by Meriton
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These are the faces behind Australia’s online subscription platform and startup Giggedin, a business which styles its self as the Netflix of live events. The service gives users access to select ticketed events each month as well as offer event organisers a chance to make sure they get a full house. We got to spend some time getting a variety of images of the boys for future press usage nearby their Sydney head quarters last week and even got the 6 week old puppy involved!
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What comes to mind when you hear the phrase “corporate headshots”? Perhaps you think of words like boring, traditional, stale, stiff, or forced. But it doesn’t have to be that way. I like to combine editorial style with corporate style to make great profile shots.
Typical corporate headshots are usually taken quickly, so, more often than not, they result in fake, uninspiring smiles. To get shots with relaxed, natural expressions, I like to spend a little time chatting to my clients before even coming up with a location or background for the shot. People, when they’re a little bit calm tend to give you who they really are so I help people to get to that place.
Yesterday I shot some corporate profile shots for the team at Think and Grow Inc – a startup providing executive search and specialist consulting to fast growth technology and corporate customers. I loved this one of Bryn who wins with the best smile of the day!
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