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Launch of the ‘Digital Impact’ Card by meetmagic at Salesforce Tower Sydney.

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Raphael Rowe is coming to Sydney
 

Sydney, June 11th – In an innovative collaboration, meetmagic and Catalyser are proud to announce the launch of the world's first "Digital Impact" card, hosted by Salesforce. This pioneering initiative is set to revolutionize the way corporate Australia supports charitable causes through everyday business activities.

Event Overview:

Join us on Level 52 of Sydney's Salesforce Tower, the tallest office building in the city, offering breathtaking 360-degree panoramic views. Here, meetmagic' s community of purpose-led industry leaders and six partner charities, will gather for an exclusive event during the vibrant Vivid Sydney festival.

Why This Event is Unmissable:

  • Be part of a world first innovation changing the way corporate Australia gives back. Learn how c-suite leaders are transforming meetings into significant funds for causes they care deeply about with meetmagic.org.

  • Confirmed list of attendees including 200 purpose-driven business leaders and decision-makers from ASX listed companies, including CIOs, CTOs, and CEOs, all committed to driving innovation and digital transformation while giving back.

  • Guest speakers from some of Australia’s principal organisations and charities, including a virtual appearance by meetmagic’s Chief Evangelist, Rory Sutherland, Vice chairman of Oglivy, UK (featured on renown podcasts such as Diary of a CEO).

    Special Guest Appearance:

    The highlight of the event is the special appearance by Raphael Rowe, famed UK Netflix star of 'World's Toughest Prisons'. Wrongly imprisoned for 12 years for crimes he did not commit; Raphael’s story is one of extraordinary resilience and determination.

His eventual exoneration in 2000 sparked a career where he has since become a beacon of justice and an inspirational figure in media. Raphael will share his unique insights and experiences, offering an inspiring perspective on overcoming adversity and making impactful changes.

Charitable Impact:

Joining us for the evening are our six local partner charities. At the event we will showcase how just one 45-minute meeting on the meetmagic platform impacts our charity partners Planet Ark, Thread Together, Bernardos Australia, Life Ed, Gotcha 4 Life, the Dreena Collaborative, Starlight UK, Cure Kids NZ and Club Rainbow Singapore.

We will also host a challenge to support Eat Up Australia, aiming to prepare over 1,000+ sandwiches for disadvantaged school children in just 30 minutes.

Location:

The event will be held at Level 52, Salesforce Tower Sydney, 180 George Street.

Media Opportunities:

We invite TV crews and media outlets to cover this significant event. Opportunities for exclusive interviews with Raphael Rowe are available, offering insights into his life, his work as a journalist, and his views on justice reform. This is a chance for your audience to hear from a man who has turned his profound experiences into a force for good, influencing audiences worldwide.

 

 


Key Facts:

Launch of the ‘Digital Impact’ Card by meetmagic at Salesforce Tower Sydney.


About us:

 

A note from the founders:

At meetmagic, we believe in the power of transformative impact, and our upcoming event is a pivotal moment where business innovation meets profound social change. This exclusive gathering will redefine corporate giving in Australia, and we're on the brink of making history.

Your presence could amplify our story, helping us to inspire even more significant change. Missing this event means missing a chance to be part of a narrative that's setting new benchmarks in how businesses can positively influence society.

This is not just news; it's the future unfolding. Capture this vital occasion and let your audience be part of the revolutionary shift in corporate philanthropy with meetmagic and our partners.

RSVP by May 14th to secure your involvement in this landmark event. Your coverage will extend the reach and impact of our collective efforts, magnifying the positive ripple effects of our initiative.

We hope to include you in our journey toward making a monumental impact.

Magically Yours,
The meetmagic team ✨


Contact details:
 

Georgia Falzon Co-Founder georgia@meetmagic.org 0482 012 721

Carl Gough CEO/Founder carl@meetmagic.org 0425 266 764

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