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Phil Tripp at the Aussie BBQ SXSW 2009

Phil Tripp at the Aussie BBQ SXSW 2009

Phil Tripp to Host SXSW Information Nights for Australian Delegates in Mid July

by Paul Cashmere on July 1, 2019

in News,Noise Pro

Phil Tripp, the SXSW Senior Business Develop Manager for Australia, New Zealand and Hawaii, will host Meet N Greet info nights for the 2020 event mid-July in Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney.

Phil has announced four guest speakers, all SXSW veterans who will share their advice about how best to tackle the music event in Austin, Texas.

Dates for the roadshow and speakers are:

MELBOURNE— Monday July 15, 5:30-8:00pm–The Gem, 289 Wellington St, Collingwood
Ron Anderson–Unicorn Group CEO, Australia House Co-Curator
Ben Keenan–Thought Police, Former Clemenger BBDO agency Creative Director
Trent Clews-De Castella–CEO Phoria immersive tech studio
Marcus Walkom—Senior Lawyer, Media Arts Lawyers

SYDNEY—Tuesday July 16, 5:30-8:00pm–Upstairs Beresford, 354 Bourke St, Surry Hills
Gregg Donovan—Co-Director Wonderlick Recording Company and Management
Justin Drape–Co-founder/CCO of Monkeys Agency, Australia House Co-Curator
Tony Perna–Social Media Manager at Foxtel’s Lifestyle, former BBC Studios
Ron Anderson–Unicorn Group CEO, Australia House Co-Curator

BRISBANE— Wednesday July 17, 5:30-8:00pm Fortitude Music Hall, 312 Brunswick St.
Sue Swinburne–7x SXSW veteran, Griffith Film School Lecturer, led Screen QLD official delegation in 2018-19
Tom Larkin-VVV Management and BIGSOUND Conference Programmer
Phil Brown–GM Strategic Partnerships at Nightlife Music
Jodie Hilton—Fashion label & branding strategist. Founder The New Garde, Uncommon Store

SXSW had 73,000 registrants from 105 countries with 4700 speakers covering 2128 sessions and 1900 artists from 62 countries performing. Yes its big and you will want to be prepared.

RSVP to or call 041 22 666 77. Or you can join SXSW AustralAsia Private Group 2020 on Facebook at

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