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Sky-high brainstorming at C2 Melbourne

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A brainstorming session five metres above the ground is just one of the creative experiences delegates can expect to see at the upcoming C2 Melbourne, taking over the North Wharf precinct for two days in November.

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C2 Melbourne unveils program and speaker line up

Founded by Cirque du Soleil, C2 is a two-day conference that combines talks, workshops, “braindating” meet-ups, performances and festivities to challenge conventions and explore new ways of doing business.

Brainstorming goes sky-high at the upcoming C2 Melbourne conference.

The Melbourne edition will feature a range of “C2 Labs”, creative spaces to encourage risk-taking and experimentation, such as an elevated brainstorming session.

“Our immersive experiences are proven to re-energise and re-tool leaders, allowing them to find creative solutions to real-world problems,” said Martin Enault, C2 chief operating officer and executive producer.

“For C2 Melbourne the theme will be ‘ecosystems’, and the programming will explore fields like technology, arts and design, media and marketing, impact and leadership.”

C2 Melbourne will take over the No. 5 Goods Shed in North Wharf this November.

C2 Melbourne will also feature a line-up of expert speakers, including Emergent non-executive director Holly Ransom; architect and master planner Nik Karalis; Movember Foundation co-founder Adam Garone; Cirque du Soleil president and CEO Daniel Lamarre; EY global vice chair – markets Uschi Schreiber; and award winning entrepreneur and author David Rose.

The inaugural C2 Melbourne will be held at No. 5 Goods Shed in North Wharf on November 30 and December 1.

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