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    Alastair Bett
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    Alastair has been the “go to” photographer for many businesses, couples, campaign managers,  and festivals across Tasmania since 1995. His work reflects a great eye to capture the detail and light of his many subjects while on consignment.  Al can get the best out of everything and everyone including actors, participants, architecture, tourism, commercial, wedding and portraits, festivals and events. Great events are worth capturing, let Alastair capture your event.

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    Aneeta Kaitinis – Psychic Medium
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    Aneeta Kaitinis is establishing herself as one of Australia’s most versatile and gifted psychics. Over the last 25 years she has worked with thousands of people all across mainland Australia and her beloved home state of Tasmania. Aneeta has been working as a Psychic Medium in many different settings over that time; working one on one from her home reading room, conducting group paranormal investigation tours, as well as private off-site investigations in clients’ homes. Passionate about sharing her gifts and opening awareness to the paranormal world, Aneeta has also been educating the masses by running her Psychic Awareness courses and offering her services as a key-note speaker. You will fall in love with Aneeta’s bubbly, larger than life personality as she brings comfort from answering your questions about past, present, and future.

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    Champagne/Drinks Hostess
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    Elevate your event with a touch of elegance and sophistication. Our stunning champagne hostess frame is the perfect addition to any occasion, whether it’s a wedding, corporate event, or private party. Our friendly and professional hostesses will greet your guests with a warm smile and serve them with a glass of bubbly, creating a memorable and luxurious experience. With our Champagne Hostess, you can add a touch of glamour to your event and ensure that your guests are treated like VIPs. Cheers to a truly unforgettable celebration! Add one or more drink waiters on stilts to work the room ensuring your guests glasses are topped up. The duo can fit in with any theme/colour scheme you desire for your event. Let the Paparazzi capture the moment your guests arrive, and make a statement with a sculpture in Ice or Sand

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    Dean Yates – Keynote Speaker
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    Putting mental health on everyone’s agenda! Dean Yates Few people in Australia can tell a story like former foreign correspondent Dean Yates, whose globally acclaimed memoir Line in the Sand was published in mid-2023. Dean takes his audiences to the wars, bomb attacks and earthquakes he covered during a long career for one of the world’s most respected news organisations. He describes the pain he and his family suffered after the trauma of what he witnessed caught up with him. He puts you in the Melbourne psychiatric ward, where he had three admissions to treat his PTSD and moral injury. Such has been Dean’s journey that he and his family were featured in an episode of Australian Story in Sept 2023. Dean is now a workplace mental health expert who uses his vast personal and professional experience to help organisations support their staff. All this gives Dean enormous insight into mental health and trauma and makes him an inspirational, riveting, and educational speaker. Renowned psychologist Steve Biddulph says Line in the Sand is a “world-class guidebook on dealing with traumatic wounds”. Jacquie Lambie calls it a “gripping read that exposes the shocking holes in our health system when it comes to the treatment of PTSD”. Well-known psychiatrist and author Dr Mark Cross said the memoir is an “astonishing account of trauma”. Trauma therapist & author Dr Polly McGee says Dean has “levelled up his own vulnerability by fully reporting the disintegration of selfhood and its painful reclamation, giving survivors of trauma and the people that love them new insight and hope for recovery”. Greens Senator for Tasmania Peter Whish-Wilson says Dean’s story is like no other. Dean’s speaking topics are varied: His healing journey; what a mentally healthy workplace looks like; trauma & moral injury; men and emotions; eyewitness to the world; navigating life. Topic 1 A jaw-dropping story. Inspiring and hopeful Dean was a high-flying foreign correspondent brought to the brink of suicide by extreme workplace trauma who recovered because of his obsession to get better and the human connection of his loving family and a mental health system that worked (yes, you read that correctly). Topic 2 The pillars of a mentally healthy workplace Dean speaks with authority on what he calls the 6 pillars of a mentally healthy workplace: Leadership buy-in; psychological safety; prevention & early intervention, multi-layered organisational support; evidence-based training and good communication.   Topic 3 Trauma Dean’s memoir is a life-changing roadmap for anyone trying to heal from trauma. Dean explains the moral dimension of trauma, he shows the consequences when organisations fail to look after their people. Topic 4 Moral Injury Dean is an Australian expert on moral injury, a condition akin to PTSD that can occur in any occupation/walk of life. Moral injury is starting to get attention because it can happen when someone’s idea of what’s right has been violated strongly enough. The possibilities for harm are endless. Topic 5 Breaking Stigma No matter the context, Dean has a story to tell about stigma: around suicide, mental illness in the workplace, in-patient psych wards. Dean is passionate about breaking stigma, and you will be too after listening to him. Topic 6 Men! Dean has instant credibility with men, whether they wear suits or Hi-Vis vests, which is why he’s the ideal speaker at showing men the benefits of seeking mental health support and expressing their emotions. Topic 7 Eyewitness to the world Dean covered some of the biggest global stories of the past 25 years. Why do journalists risk their lives? What do they take from these experiences, the loss of life? Does reporting on ordinary people matter as much as wanting to be there when Saddam Hussein gets captured? Topic 8 Navigating Life Dean’s family have been through the wringer, and not just from having to deal with him! Dean’s wife has had depression all her life. Their children, now young adults, have had mental health issues. Dean’s eldest son survived a cardiac arrest in 2020.

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    Keynote Speaker – Amanda Johnstone
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    Keynote Speaker – Amanda Johnstone “Armed with influential thought-leadership skills and a tenacious drive to transform the role of technology, it is Amanda who is propelling the future wellbeing of the human race. ” — THE CEO MAGAZINE   As one of Australia’s most globally acknowledged AI technologists and technology communicators, Amanda’s contributions have been celebrated by TIME as a Next Generation Leader and by The CEO Magazine with the Start-up Executive of the Year award, underscoring her significant impact in social impact technology.In 2023, LinkedIn awarded her as a Top Voice in Artificial Intelligence, one of only 1500 top voices globally of nearly 1 billion users. Recognised as a subject matter expert in both emerging technology and modern leadership, Amanda lends her insights to esteemed organisations including Commonwealth Bank, The Australian Property Institute, YPO, Zoom, The Australian Digital Health Agency, Allianz, Leap, Kellogg’s, Universal, Stanford, Women Making Waves, The Education Department, Schmidt Futures, Optus, ADMA and Google Cloud, among others. She has built a substantial following on her social audio channel, engaging 300,000 subscribers and reaching tens of millions with content on emerging technologies. An award winning entrepreneur for over 20 years, it was at the young age of 17, Amanda co-founded award-winning retail chain, Sebachi, in Tasmania. Under the mentorship of Cotton On founder, Nigel Austin, Sebachi became one of Australia’s first e-commerce stores in the early 2000’s. Amanda has always been passionate about social issues, as Australia’s first Youth Development Officer at 18 in local government at the West Tamar Council – she also took on philanthropic roles in management, policy and strategy in suicide prevention at a youth suicide prevention retreat in Tasmania for fifteen years. Her many personal experiences with suicide, inspired Johnstone to invent her proprietary mental health App, “Be A Looper” and EmotionAI technologies. Ask us to send you Amanda’s Keynote Menu

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