It’s fast approaching that time of year when bargain hunters get their credit cards at the ready in the hope of big fat tax returns.
But it’s also the time of year where those corporates working on the financial-year calender are ready to kick their heels up and reflect on the past 12 months’ business and trade.
Luckily, Terrace Events has brought back its EOFY party for those ready to loosen up the tie and enjoy a drink at Perth’sbiggest office party.
This year, the event has moved to The Camfield near Optus Stadium, one of Perth’s newest and most popular large-scale pubs. It was the size that influenced Terrace Events director Simon Crossland to make the move from the CBD.
“The change of venue was to do with us outgrowing the space of last year, so why not have it at Australia’s largest pub,” Crossland said.
“We’re really excited to work with The Camfield; five bars, 180 beer taps, there’s going to be no wait for a drink at this event.
“Last year we sold out in only a few weeks, so this year we are looking to double in size, we are aiming to get over 2000 and we are already on track to hit those numbers.”
Marketing project manager Rebecca Frost said it was a great excuse to not only network, but have a few drinks.
“The Perth economic climate has certainly had a bit of a downturn and a struggle the last couple of years, so an event like this is fantastic to bring everyone together to network, talk about what they are doing in their industry and specific field … but also let their hair down,” she said.
The Camfield operations manager Carl Leembruggen pointed out that even though the weather was getting colder, he wouldn’t be surprised if there was a big turnout.
“Coincidentally, a lot of people think that summer is what brings everyone out, and naturally so — but everyone also forgets that the fall brings everyone in and it keeps them staying for longer. So … it’s a good chance for everyone to come together,” he said.