Mizrahi tickets still available, likened to hotcakes

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  • May 23, 2010
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Mizrahi tickets still available, likened to hotcakes

Mike Mizrahi, one half of the world-class, New Zealand-based event and production company, Inside Out Productions, will be the inaugural guest speaker at the CAANZ Marcomms Leadership Group event at Orams Marine on 27 May. And Claudia Macdonald, the group’s chair and managing director of Mango Communications says tickets are selling fast, in the style of hotcakes.

“He’s behind a whole bunch of cutting edge experiential initiatives and campaigns for brands like Telecom and Louis Vuitton. He’s even helped Crowded House recently on their latest venture. And having started life as a theatre performer, guests can rest assured his own performance will be both insightful and memorable,” McDonald says. “Inside Out Productions is an ideas company that specialises in sophisticated, visual and high impact events that celebrate creativity and design so we’re lucky he’s sharing some of his secrets with us."

The Marcomms Leadership Group is charged with highlighting and developing the value of PR and experiential initiatives. Members are drawn from independent agencies or marcomms departments within larger agency groups that are involved in marketing communications, ambient, experiential or events.

A limited number of tickets to the event are still available and can be purchased from the CAANZ website.

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