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Overview interest facts - Bold Steps Conference 2024
The Bold Steps Conference is a one-day conference that sets out to empower and inspire women to strive for excellence in their careers.
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Developed by the online collective On Being Bold, the conference was back, bigger and better than before. After postponing three times due to Covid-19, the event kicked off with Dame Therese Walsh as the emcee. This year, the event was held at Spark Arena and saw Ecoya, Nicole Rebstock and SkyCity as some elite boutiques onsite.
The conference was a remarkable success, with the event reaching capacity as over 1000 delegates attended to hear the fantastic line-up of powerful speakers including Dr Lucy Hone, Commodore Melissa Ross and The Rt Hon Jacinda Ardern.
With the help of theming specialists The Events Group, the venue was set with greenery and Pāua colours for a native kiwi inspired look and feel.
Once again we teamed up with Streamliner to create the largest screen used to date! The screen stretched 150 metres around the room to give all delegates the ‘up close and personal’ feel to the event.
To wrap the conference up, there was an opportunity for mingling over cocktails and nibbles.
We look forward to working with the ladies at On Being Bold again this year for the 2023 conference which promises to be another amazing event. See here for more information On Being Bold
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