Season 3 Is Here! Proudly bought to you by the Venue Management School

Season 3 of the hugely popular VMA Digital Series is here.

This series will again feature many of our industry-leading VMS Instructors, along with a host of special guests, as we continue to explore key topics that are impacting our industry and our people.

The VMA Digital Series is FREE for all members and their colleagues.

Season 3 Digital Series

Special Edition Webinar - Wednesday 29th September 2021 – 11.00AM (AEST) - From Lockdown to Lights On - North America in Focus

Join us for this special international session as Wayne Middleton talks with special guests Russ Simons, Managing Partner & Chief Listening Officer with the US based Venue Solutions Group and Meg Walker, GM of Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena, about the current status of the North American industry, their recovery and reopening from COVID and what this can mean for our industry down under.

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Meet Our Presenters

Russ Simons is currently Senior Advisor for Campus and Facility Operations for Sofi Stadium and Hollywood Park in Inglewood CA. Russ is also the managing partner for Venue Solutions Group who’s work is focused on operational consulting in public assembly facilities world wide. Has been involved in nearly every facet of the sports and entertainment facility industry during his career including security, safety, risk and facility management and operations.

Russ serves on the DHS Public Assembly Facility Sub-Sector Council and is the former Chairman of that group. He is on the Board of Advisors of the National Center for Spectator Sport Safety & Security (NCS4) and Sports Facility’s and the Law editorial board. He is a Distinguished Fellow of the International Innovation Institute for Fan Experience.

Russ continues to work on industry Safety and Security issues worldwide having lead industry response and industry webinars on SARS in 2003, Ebola 2011, Civil Disobedience, Protests & Demonstrations and ADA related issues.

Russ Currently leads The International Association of Venue Managers COVID-19 Working Group responsible for the industry response to the current crisis including recovery, re-opening, and alternative facility usage. He is on the DHS COVID Recovery Task Force, supports the Los Angeles Sports and Entertainment working Group as well as several similar industry working groups around the United States.

In 2017 Russ was awarded the prestigious NCS4 “Distinguished Leadership in Security Award”. He is a recent recipient of the IAVM Joseph Anzivino Award for extraordinary service. Previously a 25 year instructor at the IAVM Venue Management School and former Chair of the board of Regents. Russ is a former Pollstar “Facility Manager of the Year.”

Meg Walker has been involved in venue management since 2001 and is the General Manager – Touring for Melbourne & Olympic Parks Trust (M&OP). MOP covers some 40 hectares and in addition to the vast public space includes four ticketed facilities; Rod Laver Arena, Margaret Court Arena, AAMI Park and Hisense Arena.

The precinct is currently undergoing a major redevelopment which will span over 15 years. MOP has more than 2.5 million ticketed patrons annually and hosts more than 350 ticketed events including the Australian Open. As the General Manager – Touring, Meg manages all Rod Laver Arena event contracting; overseeing all non-operational aspects of the hire; together with contracting entertainment events in AAMI Park, Hisense Arena and Margaret Court Arena with the MOP’s Loyal Hirers.  She has had contractual involvement in international events such as the Fina World Cup (Swimming) and the 2006 Commonwealth Games and the start-up of Melbourne Victory at Olympic Park in 2003.

As the Chair of the VMS (2015 – 2017), she lead a Committee that is passionate about the future leaders of Venue Management Association, introducing the Diploma of Venue Management and ensuring that the VMS is continuing to grow as a brand. Meg was a graduate of PVMS in 2004 and in 2011 completed the Graduate Institute program at the Venue Management School in Oglebay in Pittsburgh, USA. In June 2016, Meg was the guest international lecturer in Oglebay, focusing on Booking and Scheduling. Prior to joining MOPT Meg was involved in the fashion industry working for leading fashion houses including Palmer Corporation, Prior to joining MOPT Meg was involved in the fashion industry working for leading fashion houses including Palmer Corporation, Davenport, and Calvin Klein.

Wayne Middleton CVE is the current Chair of the Venue Management School, a risk management consultant and Principal of Reliance Risk. Reliance Risk helps public venues, events, sports and companies in the entertainment industry to manage risk. He has over 30 years’ experience in management and operational roles in the venues and events industries and over 20 years as a risk management professional.

He is also a VMS graduate (1996). Wayne holds a Master Degree in Risk Management, a Bachelor of Business Administration and a Diploma in Security Risk Management. He also holds a Certified Venue Executive (CVE) designation awarded by the International Association of Venue Managers (IAVM).

Special Edition Webinar - Thursday 7th October 2021 – 4.00PM (AEST) - From Lockdown to Lights On - Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

Join us for this special international session as ASM Global’s Paul Sergeant talks with with special guest Jon Babbs, Stadium Director at EPL Club’s, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, about the return of 62,000 fans to full house EPL games. Our panel explore how Tottenham Hotspur Stadium has built up their capability to now see a full house of 62,000 fans at their last home game against Manchester City. We talk through the lessons they had learned about the implementation of the COVID-Pass, customer communication and behavior, QR code/scanner technology, staff training and their interaction with Government health officials.

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S3.E1 - Marketing your venue, with Phil King AVM and David Ray

Join us for episode 1 in season 3 of the VMA Digital Series brought to you by the Venue Management School. Join Phil King AVM, General Manager of the Adelaide Entertainment Centre and Coopers Stadium and David Ray, General Manager of Digital Platforms WooliesX,  as they discuss how marketing is applied to the day-to-day operations of venues. This session provides insights into building and maintaining a consistent brand particularly in light of COVID19.

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This sessions’ VMS Instructor:

Phil King AVM

Phil King AVM is the General Manager of the Adelaide Entertainment Centre and Coopers Stadium. His role encompasses the overall managerial responsibility for the operational and commercial aspects of both venues.

Prior to moving to Adelaide, Phil was the Director of Live Entertainment at the International Convention Centre Sydney (ICCS) from 2016 to 2018 and was part of the pre–opening team. From 2011 to 2015 Phil was the Commercial Manager at Qudos Bank Arena (QBA), Australia’s largest indoor arena. Prior to working at QBA, Phil was the Commercial Manager at Suncorp Stadium, widely regarded as the best rectangular venue in Australia, working there from 2004 to 2011.

Phil commenced in the venue management industry at Marvel Stadium in 2001 (formerly Colonial Stadium). Phil is well recognised as a Senior Venue Management Professional with more than 18 years’ experience across Stadia and Arena’s. Phil is an Accredited Venue Manager (AVM), and an alumnus of the inaugural Venue Management School’s Graduate Institute Program, a current instructor at the Venue Management School and a VMA Board Member from 2017 to 2020.




This sessions’ special guest:

David Ray, General Manager of Digital Platforms WooliesX

David is one of Australia’s preeminent experts in digital media.

With a vast experience in creating customer experiences to drive engagement and revenue across multiple platforms, David understands how to build strategy for a brand to achieve commercial targets and successfully drive growth.

David has held senior positions at multinational companies such as Amazon, Twitter and Telstra and is currently the GM Digital Platforms WooliesX.

David will discuss how to build and implement a strategy that can align with your business as Venues look to market themselves during and post Covid.




S3.E2 - Changing technology requirements, with Steve Mackenzie and Manish Chandak

Join us for episode 2 in season 3 of the VMA Digital Series brought to you by the Venue Management School. Join Steve Mackenzie, Executive Vice President at Ungerboeck and Manish Chandak, President and CEO of Ungerboeck, as they talk about the changing technology requirements of the venue management industry and the modifications venues have had to face due to COVID19.

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This sessions’ VMS Instructor:

Steve Mackenzie

Steve Mackenzie has been involved in the Hospitality and Events industry since 1985, spending almost a decade working within Hotels and Resorts, and since 2004 has been on the technology side of the industry.

After leaving his native New Zealand in 1985, Steve worked on various island resorts up and down the Great Barrier Reef, with 7½ years of that time spent at the exclusive Lizard Island and Dunk Island Resorts. He held roles such as Purchasing Manager, Duty Manager, Food and Beverage Manager, Operations Manager and Relief General Manager.

Recognising the emerging importance of technology within the hospitality industry, Steve took up a role with the then fledgling Fidelio software company in Brisbane, installing and supporting their Food and Beverage and Front Office solutions. Shortly thereafter Micros acquired Fidelio to form the world leading hospitality software company Micros-Fidelio and Steve moved to Sydney to take on the role of Operations Manager for the new entity. After several years in this role, Ungerboeck Systems International were looking to open an Asia Pacific office so offered Steve the role of Managing Director. After establishing the office in Sydney, Steve was also responsible for starting an office in Hong Kong and eventually China, before being moved to the Head Office in St. Louis, Missouri where he was made Vice-President Global Sales and oversaw Ungerboeck’s expansion globally. Eleven years later and wanting to move back to Australia, Steve took the role of Vice-President, Global Sales for ASP Events, a UK based company specialising in building exhibition websites. It was during this time he also decided to start his own technology consulting business, Mack Events, providing strategies and development ideas to several major international event software companies. After two years back in Australia, Steve was approached by etouches (now Aventri), an award-winning event registration platform to take on the role of Vice-President, Global Sales, in order to spearhead their US and international growth. etouches increased revenues by a factor of 10 times during the five years Steve was there.

He also became heavily involved with many industry associations including the VMA and IAVM, graduating from the Venue Management School in Oglebay, WV in 2007. He served on the Board of the Meetings and Events Association of Australia (MEA), and actively speaks around the world on the topic of event technology. He has sat on the Boards of mobile app company Showgizmo, and event tech not-for-profit teccsociety. He has been an instructor at the Australian VMS since 2011 and the USA VMS since 2017.

Steve took on the role of President of one of the world’s most popular venue management systems, EventBooking in early 2016, who merged with Ungerboeck in May 2021. He is currently the Executive Vice President at Ungerboeck, who provide industry leading event and venue management software. Whilst currently living in the United States, Steve still spends a good portion of time traveling, with his business interests taking him all over the world.

This sessions’ special guest:

Manish Chandak, President and CEO of Ungerboeck 

As President and CEO, Manish leads Ungerboeck’s continued drive to bring innovative and advanced software solutions to the venues, events and exhibitions industry. Manish previously served as Ungerboeck’s CTO.

Prior to joining Ungerboeck, Chandak served as Vice President of Professional Services of a global software company. Before that, he was the President of Quilogy, a national systems integrator, which he led to growth and eventual sale of the company. Manish has an MS in electrical engineering and an MBA from Washington University.

Manish is well recognised for his technology vision and leadership and has been a speaker at various conferences on customer relationship and customer interaction strategies.

S3.E3 - Contracts and business law, with Adam Lister and Sam Constance

Join us for episode 3 in season 3 of the VMA Digital Series brought to you by the Venue Management School. Adam Lister, Group General Counsel for ASM Global (Asia Pacific) and Sam Constance, General Manager of Memberships and Legal for VenuesLive discuss how venues have adapted regarding contract and business law over the last 18 months. This session is designed to arm venue managers with some insights into current trends and issues facing a range of different venue types in the industry.

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This sessions’ VMS Instructor:

Adam Lister

Adam Lister is the Group General Counsel for ASM Global (Asia Pacific) and head of the group’s legal function for all ASM Global’s venues, divisions, subsidiaries and investments within a region that covers Australia, New Zealand, Middle East, India and Asia.

Starting his career in event management, Adam worked his way up to take on a number of senior roles in venues, based both in Australia and abroad and held positions in venues including Suncorp Stadium, the Beijing Olympic Basketball Arena and the Brisbane Entertainment Centre. Adam then decided to leave the industry and obtain his Juris Doctorate in Law, majoring in Corporate Law and Banking & Finance.

Once admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland Roll of Solicitors and the High Court of Australia Register of Practitioners, Adam took the role as a Judge’s Associate in the Federal Court of Australia. Working with a Judge presiding on both Federal Court and Full Federal Court matters around Australia, hearings covered areas of law from copyright, tax, workplace relations, native title, admiralty and corporations law.

After his Federal Court placement, Adam practiced within the Mergers & Acquisitions and Major Project’s legal teams for a number of years at one of Australia’s largest and most prestigious law firms, Clayton Utz.

Following a rewarding period in private practice, Adam took the role of Legal Counsel at the International Convention Centre, Sydney (ICC Sydney) which was then under construction in Darling Harbour as part of a billion dollar redevelopment until 2017, when Adam commenced his current position as ASM Global’s Group General Counsel and took on his group wide responsibilities.

In his current role, Adam has negotiated and seen through to completion a range of matters both locally and internationally, from large-scale investment acquisitions, joint ventures, naming rights, venue management agreements or extensions, all the way through to venue specific hiring, sponsorship and supply agreements.

This sessions’ special guest:

Sam Constance, General Manager of Memberships and Legal for VenuesLive

Sam Constance is currently the General Manager of Membership and Legal Services at Australia’s largest stadium operator, VenuesLive Management Services. Sam has close to two decades of experience working in both Australia and the Middle East as corporate counsel for multi-national companies and has spent the last seven years working in the venue management industry. He has overseen the legal function of VenuesLive Management Services during a period of major expansion, with the company now operating Stadium Australia and Bankwest Stadium in Sydney, and Optus Stadium in Perth.

Sam’s career began in commercial litigation, which has provided him with valuable experience in dispute resolution via both the judicial system and through alternative dispute resolution processes.

Sam also provides company secretarial support to both VenuesLive and Stadium Australia Club Ltd, the operating entity of the Stadium Australia membership program.

Special Edition Webinar - POSTPONED - From Lockdown to Lights On - Madison Square Gardens
Due to unforeseen circumstances the VMA regretfully advises we have had to postpone this special edition webinar scheduled for this Thursday, 26th August 2021.

We are working with our special guests to reschedule the event and will let you know when we can bring back this great session.

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Join us for this special international session as Wayne Middleton talks with special guests Joe Picco, Vice President, Guest Services from New York’s own Madison Square Gardens and Meg Walker, GM of Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena, about the return of live music.

Remember back to 2020 and Australia was leading the world with live sport content with capacity crowds. While that sector of the industry was operational the live performance market was still in the dark. Fast forward 12 months and not much has changed – at least in Australia. But look elsewhere around the globe and you will see a vastly different landscape, with arenas and live music now making a comeback. The lights are going back on and what can we learn.

On June 20, 2021, after 466 days without live music, Foo Fighters reopened New York’s iconic Madison Square Garden to a sold-out crowd, marking the first full capacity concert in a New York arena since the start of the pandemic. What did this NEW covid normal look like?

Season 2 Digital Series

S2.E1 - Let's talk about our Mental Health

Join us for episode 1 in season 2 of the VMA Digital Series. Join radio host, TV personality, and mental health champion Gus Worland as we talk about mental health. As founder and Chairman of the Gotcha4Life Foundation Gus have made it his mission to tackle mental health in our communities and the alarming rate of suicide. Gus will be interviewed by Phil King AVM, VMA Board member, VMS Instructor and Gotcha4Life mate.

Guest Speakers

Gus Worland – Australian Radio Host, TV Personality and award winning Toshiba Salesman back in the day.

But more than all that, Gus is a compassionate bloke, still as close to his school mates as he ever has been, wearing his heart on his sleeve. That heart was broken the day shattering news arrived telling him his friend & mentor had taken his own life.

In 2016, Gus hosted the Man Up documentary series on ABC which exposed the issues of stoicism and isolation in todays society and how it can lead to significant mental health issues. At the end of this journey of discovery, Gus decided to set up the Gotcha4Life Foundation, to proactively encourage Aussies to speak up, express their emotions and ensure they all have a close friend in life that they can go to when times are tough. Gus simply does not accept the alarming statistics surrounding suicide and beautiful people take their life every day.

Phil King AVM – General Manager, Adelaide Entertainment Centre & Coopers Stadium

Prior to moving to Adelaide, Phil was the Director of Live Entertainment at the International Convention Centre Sydney (ICCS) from 2016 to 2018 and was part of the pre–opening team. From 2011 to 2015 Phil was the Commercial Manager at Qudos Bank Arena (QBA), Australia’s largest indoor arena. Prior to working at QBA, Phil was the Commercial Manager at Suncorp Stadium, widely regarded as the best rectangular venue in Australia, working there from 2004 to 2011.

Phil commenced in the venue management industry at Marvel Stadium in 2001 (formerly Colonial Stadium). Phil is well recognised as a Senior Venue Management Professional with more than 18 years’ experience across Stadia and Arena’s. Phil is an Accredited Venue Manager (AVM), and an alumnus of the inaugural Venue Management School’s Graduate Institute Program, a current instructor at the Venue Management School and a VMA Board Member from 2017 to 2020.

S2.E2 - Challenging Racism

Join us for episode 2 in season 2 of the VMA Digital Series. Racism can effect everyone and anyone that enters our venues – from the talent that performs, our patrons and staff. Join us as we address this significant issue and explore what we can do as venue managers to challenge this.

The Domore Project was launched in August this year with the aim to amplify the discussion around racism, to challenge existing beliefs and raise awareness of the negative impact of racism in all its forms. They have bought together some of Australia’s leading performers and athletes to bring this conversation forward. View the powerful video produced by the DoMore project here.

Todd Greenberg

Todd is regarded as one of the most accomplished sports administrators and leaders in Australia.

Todd spent the last 5 years as the Chief Executive Officer of the National Rugby League (NRL) & occupied one of the highest profile CEO roles in the country. Todd was responsible for delivering the most watched and talked about sport in Australia daily, with one of the largest participation footprints of any major sporting code.

Prior to his time at the NRL, Todd held several distinguished roles, including six years as CEO of the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs and seven years as General Manager of Commercial Operations at ANZ Stadium – one of the premier stadiums in Australia and home of the Sydney Olympics in 2000.

Todd has been an Australia Day Ambassador since 2010, helping to promote the celebration of Australia Day at community events throughout NSW.

Todd holds a Bachelor of Sports Science degree from the University of NSW and a Masters, Management (Sports Management) from the University Technology, Sydney.

Todd has been a longtime supporter of the VMA, he is a regular guest Instructor at the VMA Leadership Institute and graduated the VMS in 2003.

Dean Widders

Dean Widders is an Anaiwan Indigenous Australian former professional rugby league footballer.

Debuting for the Roosters in 2000, before moving to the Parramatta Eels and then to Souths, Dean played 159 games in the NRL and represented NSW Country in 2006. A skillful forward as a player Dean has always been passionate about Rugby league and what difference it can make in the community particularly for people from remote and rural areas and Indigenous Australians.

Dean currently works with the National Rugby League as an Indigenous Pathways Manager and coaches the South Sydney Rabbitohs NRLW team.

Bruce Djite

Director of Football, Adelaide United and former A-League player

Bruce Djite is a former Socceroo who has played for clubs in several countries including, Turkey, China, South Korea and Indonesia. Bruce has won all domestic trophies with Adelaide United, including the Premiership and Championship double in 2016. Bruce also tops the list as Adelaide United’s record goal-scorer.

Bruce spent over 4 years on the Executive and Governance committee of Professional Footballers Australia (the PFA), which is the Australian Players’ Union that represents all Australian professional footballers, including the Socceroos and Matildas. He is currently board member of Women Onside, whose goal is to increase opportunities for women’s football and women in football. Bruce is also an Ambassador for a number of charities.

Bruce has spent time working at accounting firm PKF Adelaide, Fox Sports Australia and is currently Adelaide United’s Director of Football.

Rana Hussain

Diversity and Inclusion Leader

Rana Hussain is a Diversity and Inclusion leader making important inroads into Australian sporting culture and the community at large. One of a handful of women of colour working in the Australian Football League, Rana is a pioneer and a passionate advocate for social inclusion and reducing discrimination through the vehicle of sports and media.

Rana’s desire to see more diversity in both media and sport sees her freelance writing, as well as podcasting and broadcasting for the ABC.

Rana is a Board Member of the Victorian Women’s Trust, a consultant on the DoMore Project and a member of the Cricket Australia Steering Committee developing the next stage of their Diversity and Inclusion Action plan.

S2.E3 - Green shoots appearing for our industry

Join us for episode 3 in season 2 of the VMA Digital Series. What are some lessons learnt from the recent success of the sporting codes, the historic AFL grand final in Brisbane, performance is starting to return to stage and what some of our major events will look like into next year. Confirmed speakers include:

Tim Worton is Group Director of Arenas for ASM Global, the world’s largest venue management company. A 28 year veteran of the industry, he has oversight of Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney, Brisbane Entertainment Centre, RAC Arena in Perth and Newcastle Entertainment Centre and works with ASM Global’s convention centres on live entertainment. He has served the VMA as a Councillor and President and as an instructor, committee member and Chairman of VMS and Dean of LI.


Brock Gilmour is the Chief Executive of the Royal Agricultural Society of NSW. The RAS hosts the annual Royal Easter Show – the largest GA ticketed event in Australia. Since starting with the RAS in 1992 as a casual bar attendant Brock joined the organisation full time undertaken a variety of operational roles in the catering and events before moving into the finance department to make use of his maths and science qualifications. Having worked through more than 10 separate roles with the organisation Brock was appointed their Chief Executive in 2016 where he oversees all activities conducted by the RAS – Business strategy and development, Council and corporate affairs, Government and Stakeholder relations.

Mark Zundans is currently the General Manager of The Gabba, Brisbane’s iconic oval stadium. As a professional in the venue industry for over 20 years, Mark has held senior positions at venues around Australia, overseeing a number of major international sporting and entertainment events including all codes of football, cricket, court sports, motor sport, concerts, and festivals. Mark graduated the Venue Management School in 2003, was awarded his AVM in 2013, and achieved his CVE qualification in 2015. Mark has been an Instructor the Venue Management School since 2011.

Season 1 Digital Series

S1.W1 - Showcasing Our Industry In Times Of Adversity
Join us for part 1 in the VMA Digital Series as explore how our venues have responded to the challenges facing our industry. Featuring panellists:

Phil King AVM (General Manager – Adelaide Entertainment Centre & Coopers Stadium), discussing Opportunity in Adversity – finding the opportunities that exist through repurposing and knowing what is the right decision when presented with those prospects.

Brendan Hines (General Manager – Spark Arena) with A perspective from the trenches: Business Disruption , Continuity and Recovery, and

Brian Nash (Director of Audio Visual Services – ICC Sydney) talks about Being flexible and innovative in a venue that within in a few weeks lost all events. The creation of fully functioning broadcast quality studios.

S1.W2 - People & Culture – Immediate Challenges & Working from Home
Join us for part 2 in the VMA Digital Series as HR specialists Becc Barry (Venues Live) and Amanda Wilson (MCEC) explore how we are responding to the multitude of challenges COVID-19 is throwing at venues and their workforce. Communications, Leadership, Work From Home, Wellness and Recovery.
S1.W3 - The effects of COVID-19 on the entertainment industry
Join us for a revised week 3 schedule where we will bring you a great discussion on the effects of COVID-19 on the entertainment industry. We have secured Entertainment Editor of the Nine Network and industry legend, Richard Wilkins AM, alongside Dr. David Heslop, Associate Professor and researcher at UNSW, currently advising the NRL’s Project Apollo, and leading this esteemed group will be industry icon Tim Worton from ASM Global.
S1.W4 - Relationship Management – Venue and Supplier Perspective
Join us for week 4 as we discuss – Relationship Management – venue and supplier perspective – Join panellists Anthony Duffy from staffing specialists – VIPeople, Tara Filder the GM at Secure Assets and Events, and industry stalwart Rod Pilbeam, COO at ASM Global – as we explore how the pandemic has placed the traditional venue/supplier relationship under enormous pressure. Issues such as cashflow, continuity of services and strategic planning for re-opening are all critical matters if both venues and suppliers are to survive the impact of Covid-19.
S1.W5 - Leadership - The Big Picture of Crisis Management
Join us for part 5 in the VMA Digital Series as industry leaders Andrew Travis (Melbourne & Olympic Parks), Kim Bedier (Tacoma Venues) and Todd Greenberg share their stories on leading teams during challenging times. What strategies have these leaders adopted? What has worked well for them and what would they do differently next time. Where have they been getting their inspiration from? What are their focuses during different phases of dealing with a challenge?
S1.W6 - Business Readiness - reopening & recovery
Join us for part 6 in the VMA Digital Series as we explore how our venues are gearing up for reopening and recovery. Joining us on the panel will the Helen Fairclough, the Director of Business Relaunch at MCEC, Heather Clarke, Head of Event Operations and Planning at the Sydney Opera House and Mark Zundans CVE, the General Manager at The Gabba.
S1.W7 – Introducing the Live Entertainment Industry Forum
Join us for part 7 in the VMA Digital Series as we introduce the Live Entertainment Industry Forum. Recently launched to build confidence in our industry’s preparedness to return from the COVID-19 crisis. Join VMA President, Steve Harper CVE, LEIF, Chair James Sutherland, Venues Live Managing Director, Daryl Kerry and Glen Rainsbury CVE, Director of Venue Strategy, Frontier Touring as we discuss this industry initiative.
S1.W8 – Let's finish with a global wrap
Join us for our final webinar in the VMA Digital Series as we bring the industry together from around the global to wrap up where we are, what’s next and most importantly what we have learned. Join our VMS Chair, Wayne Middleton CVE as he talks with Tammy Koolbeck CVE, Chair of the IAVM (North America), Mark Cochrane, Regional Manager Asia Pacific for UFI (Asia) and EVANZ (NZ) Chair, Keith Parker, as we take a final look at how COVID-19 has impacted our industry.

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