Boo-Yah! and Joe Public United have created a new platform to inspire the business and media communities. The Future Fit networking events will deliver fresh perspectives and inspiration to an audience wanting to put the ‘kapow’ back into their businesses.
“For the past three years we delivered inspiration sessions reaching over 11 000 people to get them excited and passionate again,” says Boo-Yah!’s Carmen Murray. “There is nothing more rewarding to see the sparkle in peoples’ eyes and getting them fired up. Starting the Future Fit Networking Events has been part of our vision and we are thrilled to make this a reality in 2019.”
Pepe Marais, group chief creative officer of Joe Public United says the organisation “exists for the growth of our people, our clients and our country through the greatness of our product. Inspiration is at the heart of creativity and we are excited to be part of this new platform.”
The tagline for Future Fit is ‘Debate. Learn. Inspire. Connect.’ The conveners swear the events won’t be “a typical event full of sales pitches and the same information over and over again with the same speakers”. They promise fresh perspectives from celebrities, alchemists, newsmakers and business experts to give “new angles for a new era”.
First up is actress Kimberleigh Stark who share the art and craft to storytelling as they do it on the Hollywood Playground. She has appeared in 20 international films working with Robert Mitchum, Robert Downey JR, Billy Zane, Susan Dey to name a few. She is a producer, director, casting director, agent, radio host, chairperson of SAFTAs, judge for International Emmy Awards and International Oscar Awards. She will “decode the Empathy in Storytelling”.
The event takes place at Joe Public United on 20 February at 4pm for 4:30 and to finish 19h00. Tickets are R275 per person
Opening Address by Carmen Murray
#BookFit Petcha Kutcha with Pepe Marais
Talk Kimberleigh Stark
In the debating arena with Kimberleigh Stark
Book your ticket here.
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