Thanks to everyone who joined us on Thursday 17th September.
If you missed the session on Thursday you can see a recording here.
Justin Pule (Ticketmaster), Sarah Alder (Ticketek), Reece Preston (iTicket) and James McGlinn (Eventfinda) gave us an excellent insight into how the world of ticketing has changed over the past few months.
Nominations are being called for the EVANZ Board. Nominations are required for 4 positions. If a vote is required this will take place in advance and the elected members will take up their position at the EVANZ AGM which is scheduled to be held on Tuesday 23rd November 2020 at Claudelands at 4.15pm.
Nominations are required to be received by the EVANZ Secretariat by Wednesday 30th September 2020.
Please ensure you have advised your nominees that you are nominating them and request a profile to be submitted to email@example.com by Wednesday 30th September 2020. Their profiles will be distributed to the Members and posted on the EVANZ website.
If you missed the session on Thursday 3rd September you can view a recording here.
Thanks to Layton Lillas, Gray Bartlett and Nelita Byrne for sharing their thoughts.
If you missed Part 1 of our series on Joint Ventures and Shared Risk you can view it here.
Our first session included input from Bernie Haldane (Deputy Director, General Manager Programming & Presenter Services, Auckland Live), Jude Froude (General Manager, Indian Ink Theatre Company) and Megan Peacock-Coyle (Manager, ToiToi Hawke's Bay Arts and Events Centre).
Here are all the photos from the EVANZ Awards Dinner held at Christchurch Town Hall on Tuesday 26 November 2019:
2019 EVANZ Awards Photos
Excellence Recognised at Entertainment Venue Awards
The 2019 Entertainment Venues Association of New Zealand (EVANZ) annual awards dinner took place at Christchurch Town Hall, on Tuesday 26 November, in conjunction with the EVANZ Annual Conference.
In the Venues section, Baycourt Community and Arts Centre in Tauranga was awarded both the Small Venue of the Year and Supreme Venue of the Year awards, The Trafalgar Centre in Nelson won the Medium Venue of the Year award, and Hamilton’s Claudelands won the Large Venue of the Year.
In the final section of the awards, the People category, Kyle Evelyn of H3 Group in Hamilton won the Rising Star award, Chynna Laughton of Eden Park, Auckland won Operational Manager of the Year, and Nick Sautner, Chief Executive Officer of Eden Park took out the Venue Executive of the Year and Supreme Venue Person of the Year awards.
The EVANZ Award Finalists and Recipients for 2019 are:
Health Promotion Agency Excellence in Host Responsibility Award: Hobbiton Movie Set, Matamata
Spotless Best Industry Supplier Award: Red Badge
EVANZ Contribution to Industry Award: Ian Reid (formerly of Napier Municipal Theatre)
Eventfinda Large Venue of the Year Award (Over 5,000 Seats): Claudelands, Hamilton
Pixel Medium Venue of the Year (1,001- 4,999 Seats): Trafalgar Centre, Nelson
Ticketmaster Small Venue of The Year (1-1,000 Seats): Baycourt Community and Arts Centre, Tauranga
VMA Venue Executive of the Year: Nick Sautner, Eden Park
Simpson Grierson Operational Manager of the Year: Chynna Laughton, Eden Park
Ungerboeck Rising Star of the Year Award: Kyle Evelyn, H3 Group
EVANZ Supreme Venue of the Year Award (highest scoring nomination across the 3 venue awards - large, medium and small): Baycourt Community and Arts Centre, Tauranga
EVANZ Supreme Person of the Year Award (highest scoring nomination across the 3 people awards): Nick Sautner, Eden Park, Auckland
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