Have you considered hosting The Chamber? New member Mackbel Films
has captured the essence of our monthly networking event, which was filmed at our recent Adelaide Oval evening, hosted by the Adelaide Football Club. To view the video, click here
Business SA is currently looking for members interested in offering their venue to host one of our Chamber events for 2019.
Our Chamber events are held monthly at sponsoring venues across metropolitan Adelaide to provide opportunities for business-minded people to gather and network. Chamber hosting gives you an opportunity as a guest speaker and to promote your business to a wide and diverse audience.
If you’d like to put your business or venue forward as a potential host, please contact Deborah Shearer, Business SA Manager, Member and Partner Events on (08) 8300 0280 or email@example.com
Check out our future Chamber dates here
Mackbel Films director David Mackey joined Business SA recently and attended the Adelaide Oval Chamber as his second event.
Originally from the UK, David came to Australia as a backpacker in 1997, where he learned to sell barbecue food and beer at a hostel, before progressing through to managing kitchens and hotels and hostels in Adelaide and the UK.
A keen observer, David began to note down scenarios, stories and worldly characters he would come across. He went on to write a feature film script about his experiences, joined an acting agency and won a couple of minor roles. A further interest in filmmaking took hold, and David invested in his own camera, creating promos for businesses. He then studied filmmaking at the New York Film Academy in LA, before coming back to Adelaide and investing in his own production company, Mackbel Fims.
He has since turned his expertise to telling business and brand storytelling, focusing on culture-driven stories for organisations wanting to attract new staff and inspire existing employees and the outside world.
He targets his business at entrepreneurs, large organisations and not-for-profits, the SME sector, government departments and councils.
To view more of David’s work, click here