MTAiQ Events Calendar

< 2020 >
October 18 - October 24
  • 18
    October 18, 2020
    No events
  • 19
    October 19, 2020
    No events
  • 20
    October 20, 2020

    Something Digital 2020

    All day
    20/10/2020-23/10/2020

    It’s 2020. Things are a little bit different.

    We are living in a BRAVE new world. One which is unpredictable, uncontrollable and a little bit crazy. So, in order to fit in, we’ve thrown out the rule book.

    This year, Something Digital is changing it up and moving to a hybrid festival.

    Part In-Person. Part Online.

    The In-Person activations will run in multiple venues across Brisbane, enabling our digital community to meet, engage and collaborate.

    The Online portion of the event will be run via a virtual hub. Curated content will be streamed live and sessions will be interactive. You will also have networking tools allowing you to connect virtually with the other Something Digital attendees and partners.

    Running from Tuesday 20 October to Friday 23 October, join us for three days of curated content, followed by a final day of Open Studios and the Something School.

    From organisational growth to deep geek and digital humanity – the three program streams will enable you to leverage digital, no matter what your industry or role.

    Check out the full program for Something Digital 2020 here.

    This year’s edition of Something Digital will welcome more speakers than ever before. With 27 speakers already announced, hear from some of the greatest thought leaders, mischief-makers and digital legends, including:

    • Dr Brett Dale – Group Chief Executive – Motor Trades Association of Queensland
    • Chris Dowsett – Head of Decision Science and Analytics – Instagram
    • Mazzy Cameron – Global Director – People and Organisational Development – eBay and Stubhub
    • Leanne Kemp – Queensland’s Chief Entrepreneur and Founder & CEO – Everledger

    And many more…

    To book your in-person or virtual tickets for Something Digital 2020, click here.

    Full details of the event can be found here.

  • 21
    October 21, 2020

    Something Digital 2020

    All day
    21/10/2020-23/10/2020

    It’s 2020. Things are a little bit different.

    We are living in a BRAVE new world. One which is unpredictable, uncontrollable and a little bit crazy. So, in order to fit in, we’ve thrown out the rule book.

    This year, Something Digital is changing it up and moving to a hybrid festival.

    Part In-Person. Part Online.

    The In-Person activations will run in multiple venues across Brisbane, enabling our digital community to meet, engage and collaborate.

    The Online portion of the event will be run via a virtual hub. Curated content will be streamed live and sessions will be interactive. You will also have networking tools allowing you to connect virtually with the other Something Digital attendees and partners.

    Running from Tuesday 20 October to Friday 23 October, join us for three days of curated content, followed by a final day of Open Studios and the Something School.

    From organisational growth to deep geek and digital humanity – the three program streams will enable you to leverage digital, no matter what your industry or role.

    Check out the full program for Something Digital 2020 here.

    This year’s edition of Something Digital will welcome more speakers than ever before. With 27 speakers already announced, hear from some of the greatest thought leaders, mischief-makers and digital legends, including:

    • Dr Brett Dale – Group Chief Executive – Motor Trades Association of Queensland
    • Chris Dowsett – Head of Decision Science and Analytics – Instagram
    • Mazzy Cameron – Global Director – People and Organisational Development – eBay and Stubhub
    • Leanne Kemp – Queensland’s Chief Entrepreneur and Founder & CEO – Everledger

    And many more…

    To book your in-person or virtual tickets for Something Digital 2020, click here.

    Full details of the event can be found here.

  • 22
    October 22, 2020

    Something Digital 2020

    All day
    22/10/2020-23/10/2020

    It’s 2020. Things are a little bit different.

    We are living in a BRAVE new world. One which is unpredictable, uncontrollable and a little bit crazy. So, in order to fit in, we’ve thrown out the rule book.

    This year, Something Digital is changing it up and moving to a hybrid festival.

    Part In-Person. Part Online.

    The In-Person activations will run in multiple venues across Brisbane, enabling our digital community to meet, engage and collaborate.

    The Online portion of the event will be run via a virtual hub. Curated content will be streamed live and sessions will be interactive. You will also have networking tools allowing you to connect virtually with the other Something Digital attendees and partners.

    Running from Tuesday 20 October to Friday 23 October, join us for three days of curated content, followed by a final day of Open Studios and the Something School.

    From organisational growth to deep geek and digital humanity – the three program streams will enable you to leverage digital, no matter what your industry or role.

    Check out the full program for Something Digital 2020 here.

    This year’s edition of Something Digital will welcome more speakers than ever before. With 27 speakers already announced, hear from some of the greatest thought leaders, mischief-makers and digital legends, including:

    • Dr Brett Dale – Group Chief Executive – Motor Trades Association of Queensland
    • Chris Dowsett – Head of Decision Science and Analytics – Instagram
    • Mazzy Cameron – Global Director – People and Organisational Development – eBay and Stubhub
    • Leanne Kemp – Queensland’s Chief Entrepreneur and Founder & CEO – Everledger

    And many more…

    To book your in-person or virtual tickets for Something Digital 2020, click here.

    Full details of the event can be found here.

  • 23
    October 23, 2020

    Something Digital 2020

    All day
    23/10/2020-23/10/2020

    It’s 2020. Things are a little bit different.

    We are living in a BRAVE new world. One which is unpredictable, uncontrollable and a little bit crazy. So, in order to fit in, we’ve thrown out the rule book.

    This year, Something Digital is changing it up and moving to a hybrid festival.

    Part In-Person. Part Online.

    The In-Person activations will run in multiple venues across Brisbane, enabling our digital community to meet, engage and collaborate.

    The Online portion of the event will be run via a virtual hub. Curated content will be streamed live and sessions will be interactive. You will also have networking tools allowing you to connect virtually with the other Something Digital attendees and partners.

    Running from Tuesday 20 October to Friday 23 October, join us for three days of curated content, followed by a final day of Open Studios and the Something School.

    From organisational growth to deep geek and digital humanity – the three program streams will enable you to leverage digital, no matter what your industry or role.

    Check out the full program for Something Digital 2020 here.

    This year’s edition of Something Digital will welcome more speakers than ever before. With 27 speakers already announced, hear from some of the greatest thought leaders, mischief-makers and digital legends, including:

    • Dr Brett Dale – Group Chief Executive – Motor Trades Association of Queensland
    • Chris Dowsett – Head of Decision Science and Analytics – Instagram
    • Mazzy Cameron – Global Director – People and Organisational Development – eBay and Stubhub
    • Leanne Kemp – Queensland’s Chief Entrepreneur and Founder & CEO – Everledger

    And many more…

    To book your in-person or virtual tickets for Something Digital 2020, click here.

    Full details of the event can be found here.

  • 24
    October 24, 2020
    No events
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