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Redback Solutions, Thirty3South Films & Growthwise have teamed up to bring new ideas to Newcastle via Interactive Minds, a new series of digital marketing events to be held in the CBD.

Heard enough? Grab early bird tickets to our first Newcastle event “What’s Next: Marketing in 2018” right here.

Interactive Minds was founded by Louisa Dahl, whose events in major Australian cities and annual Digital Summit has attracted speakers from brands like Airbnb, Amazon, Netflix, Google and Facebook. It’s our objective to bring digital speakers of this calibre to Newcastle on a regular basis and we would love you to come be part of the crowd!

Our first Newcastle event has drawn an impressive panel of speakers including Ash Rane from Google, Yoan Demarty from HubSpot and Andy Gallagher from local Virtual Reality Studio VRXP. We’ll discuss what business owners, marketers, and agencies need to know for the year ahead; covering latest approaches to artificial intelligence, chatbots, virtual reality, big data, disruption and automation.

Early Bird tickets have just been released for our first event – “What’s Next: Marketing in 2018”.


Ash Rane, Solutions Architect, Google

Ash will share his top three recommendations for data driven marketers for 2018. Find out how you can be a more insightful marketer by thinking about your data ecosystem and the growth metrics you need in place for success.

Yoan Demarty, Channel Account Executive, HubSpot

In 2006, HubSpot launched software designed to help organisations execute their inbound marketing strategies. Fast-forward to 2017 and you’ll find over 30,000 companies in over 90 countries relying on HubSpot’s Growth Stack software to help them build their sales pipelines and accelerate their revenue.

Andrew Gallagher, Founder, VRXP

Andy has been working in video production and animation for the past seven years, creating work for brands such as Sony Playstation Australia, Sesame St, and Aldi, while winning awards for his own short films. Since opening VRXP to the public, he has been able to showcase high-end virtual reality across entertainment, education, artistic, architecture and NDIS sectors. He is a self-confessed super nerd who loves showing how powerful and useful new technologies can be.

Grab your ticket right here. Hope you’ll all join us for this unique event!