Searching for the Big Blue

Global changemakers, provocative speakers and a focus on big blue visions is the order of the day when Big Blue Sky takes place for the second year in a row.

Running 7 – 8 October, the event sees community leaders and inspirational visitors co-create future ideas that matter to all of us. – like both financial and social innovation and the future of education.

Speakers include futurists, entrepreneurs and social change agents like Kaylene Langford, Director Start Up Creative, Nic and Luke who run Orange Sky Laundry – 2016 Young Australians of the Year and Dr Catherine Ball, an environmental scientist known as the Drone Queen. Representatives from GOLDOC, City of Gold Coast and Griffith University will also be in attendance alongside local artists Josh Holms, Ella Fence, Aluna Dreaming and Leeton Lee.

Tickets cost around $330 and include attendance at both days with speakers, panels and workshops as well as catering.

The event takes place at Sofitel, Broadbeach.

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