A Chance For Corporate Rebels To Come Together And Unite
In August 2017 we travelled around Australia for a series of events. Over three weeks there we met hundreds of like-minded rebels, all eager to join the crusade to make work more fun.
As with all our travels, website visitors grew significantly as a result. Australians now account for our 6th largest blog audience. It’s time for the next step in the rebellion in Australia.
Melbourne, we'll be back
We met many enthusiastic Rebels during our first visit. We stayed in close contact with many. Logically, it’s time to ignite the second phase of the Corporate Rebels movement there.
So, in March we fly to Australia for a series of events. We start in Brisbane, then move to Sydney, Melbourne and Perth. Over 4 weeks we’ll conduct keynotes and in-company workshops, plus work on consultancy projects. Some of our clients there have pressing needs around the Corporate Rebels trends.
It’s gonna to be 4 weeks of Australian Rebellion in fifth gear!
Rebel Event update
As part of the Aussie trip, we’ve organized another Rebel Event in Melbourne—on March 15, 2018 for 50 fellow rebels. Last year we sold out in Melbourne. It’s time for another big event there.
Ticket sales have opened Latitude Financial Services. They attended the 2017 event and are now ready to host a Corporate Rebels event themselves.
Unfortunately, we had to postpone the January Rebel Event in Paris, France. We sold insufficient tickets in the short period we had. More info on Paris and events in Poland, Germany and elsewhere will follow shortly. Stay tuned!
Make sure you purchase your Melbourne Rebel Event tickets and join the worldwide movement to make work more fun.
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