In light of Covid-19 and putting our guest’s safety as our top priority we are moving Saturday Indesign to the exciting new date of August the 29th 2020.
March 25th, 2020
As you’re no doubt more than aware, recent world events are putting us all in a position to rethink the way we host and attend events. With Saturday Indesign on the horizon, we have been thinking a lot about how best to ensure that we can go ahead with a great event while making sure that everyone is kept safe during this pandemic. After much consideration, we have decided to push back the original date for Saturday Indesign from 20 June to 29 August 2020.
Aside from the change of date, everything else will remain the same, if not better. In August, Saturday Indesign will be full of inspiring discussions and installations, the latest products, all with the same unique free-flowing showroom-based format.
While we have moved the date for Saturday Indesign our other platforms continue to thrive, Indesignlive (AU/HK/SG) traffic is up almost 30 per cent in visitors from this time last year. This shows that while the industry across Australia is self-isolating, now more than ever is a time when the community is looking for connection and knowledge. While moving the date is sad news for so many in this industry wanting to attend and participate in Saturday Indesign we believe that with this change of date this will be the perfect event for our community to come back together after these difficult times.
We see this as an opportunity to refine and improve an event that is already the most unique on the calendar. If you’ve got questions, feedback, ideas, let’s talk! Reach out to the team at email@example.com.
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