Online solutions that inspire
Transform your experiences with our expert team. End to end project management, ready to transition your in-person event to a global audience where everyone gets a seat at the front row. From strategic content, interactive platforms, video production, to online entertainment, below is a selection of virtual and hybrid events and campaigns.
Social Procurement Framework Second Annual Report Launch
The Social Procurement Framework Second Annual Report Launch for JobsBank also became an online, virtual event in December 2020.
Attendees were joined by Minister Jaala Pulford and Minister Danny Pearson as they shared the progress of the Social Procurement Framework over the past 12 months and discussed some of the biggest challenges and successes in social procurement and inclusive recruitment across various sectors.
Libraries in COVID-19 Showcase
State Library Victoria
& Public Libraries Victoria
Libraries across Victoria are working harder than ever as they continue to play an essential role in the State's pandemic response and recovery. They support our communities through these isolated times by ensuring that everyone can stay connected.
To highlight the different programs that libraries have been providing throughout this pandemic, we delivered the Libraries Change Lives: Libraries in COVID-19 Showcase for the Public Libraries Victoria and State Library Victoria.
Programs that libraries have been offering include online book readings, technical support, online audiobooks, resume support and much more! These offerings have bridged the digital divide, helping Victorians find work, keeping vulnerable communities connected and supporting students throughout Victoria's COVID-19 lockdowns.
We were excited to have Brian Nankervis as the MC, joined by Minister for Local Government The Hon, Shaun Leane MP, State Library Victoria CEO Kate Torney and Public Libraries Victoria President Chris Buckingham.
SDGs, Climate Change and Cities Symposium
University of Melbourne
& Connected Cities Lab
We hosted the Sustainable Development Goals, Climate Change and Cities Symposium for the Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning at the University of Melbourne. Reimagining the clients annual symposium onto an online platform, the three days successfully captured focus on the United Nation's Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), in particular goal 11: cities and communities.
This event saw over 700 people joining us from all over the world including America, Brazil, Fiji, Kenya, Taiwan and Australia.
Sessions, keynote presentations and workshops were delivered by key stakeholders in the matter, which were filled with new insights, deep discussions and interactions about how we can improve our cities for future generations.
Wyndham Tech School Gaming Week & Open Day
JT. Production Management had the privilege of hosting Wyndham Tech School's Virtual Gaming Week and Open Day in December 2020.
Gaming Week was filled with lots of fun, interaction and learning through keynote presentations and workshops hosted by world-renowned gamers, YouTube stars, leaders in eSports and experts in game-based learning and inclusion. Some of these guest speakers included Gizzy Gazza, Dr Bronwyn Stuckey, AussieAntics and Dr Matthew Harrison which students from schools all around the region logged onto our virtual platform to listen to, discuss with, stream with and play alongside.
The fun didn't stop after Gaming Week as we dived right into Open Day where the Wyndham Tech School team launched their 2021 program and revealed the amazing new learning spaces and technology that will be offered to their students.
Industry Insights Webinars
JTPM was excited to help deliver another Ourschool Industry Insights Series with KPMG online. Ourschool is a not for profit organisation that connects students with alumni to learn more about prospective careers paths.
Students jumped onto the platform to hear from five KPMG speakers with roles ranging from consultants to engineers and were able to ask insightful questions throughout the session.
Gathering of Kindness
Gathering of Kindness and Hush Foundation celebrated World Kindness Day by hosting a series of online webinars focused around kindness in the medical field. The three sessions held throughout the morning featured a number of experts from around the world, who spoke about what organisations and individuals can do to create a kinder workplace and provide better patient care.
The sessions included:
Victorian Multicultural Awards for Excellence
Victoria Government, Victorian Multicultural Commission
JT. Production Management delivered the 19th Victorian Multicultural Awards for Excellence, which celebrates individuals and organisations who strengthen multiculturalism in our state across 15 award categories. The Victorian Multicultural Commission hosted the awards on behalf of the Victorian Government. Usually held at Government House, this year’s awards ceremony was broadcasted both online and on TV, and it was so exciting to see our event up on the big screen!
National Particle Therapy Symposium
Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre
JT. Production Management had the privilege to work with the Peter MacCallum Cancer Center for the first time in December 2020, to deliver their two day National Particle Therapy Symposium.
More than 20 speakers from Australia, Singapore, Vienna and Germany presented to over 230 attendees on an interactive virtual platform, where guests could create discussions with one another from across the world and ask questions to praised professionals on the critical topic.
Australia’s first entrepreneurship conference for women of colour, by women of colour, was presented online by JT. Production Management and hosted by Winitha Bonney.
The event started out with a gentle yoga flow before leading into a jam packed day full of keynote sessions, workshops, networking and mentoring for guests to listen, learn and share their experiences. The extent that the guests were able to connect with one another on a virtual platform was enthralling.
The conference theme was focused around being Unapologetic, which means being true to yourself and not letting others determine your own self-worth, a message that we strongly believe in at JTPM!
Good Business Forum
In November 2020, JT. Production Management delivered the Western Chances' Good Business Forum digitally for the first time. The Good Business Forum is an annual fundraising event, which although only had virtual participants this time around, still hit the fundraising target of $55k!
This was a jam packed luncheon hosted by our MC Tamara Oudyn, ABC news reporter and journalist, who was joined by guest speaker Dr Rebecca Huntley, an acclaimed author, broadcaster and researcher on social trends.
Guests had the opportunity to hear stories, view an exhibition of art and performances by our Western Chances Recipients, enjoy a delicious three-course meal from Maha, network with guests and take part in fundraising, raffle prize and lottery draws.
Northern Business Achievement Awards
For the Northern Business Achievement Awards Grand Finale, we transformed our JT. Production Management office into a studio! This event was live streamed into an interactive platform where guests had the chance to watch the awards presentation as well as network and connect with one another.
During this event, our MC's, NORTH Link's Executive Director and our very own Creative Director, Julia Truong, announced the winners of the awards. They also welcomed guest speaker, musician, broadcaster, sometimes actor, speaker, entrepreneur and best-selling author Clare Bowdich, who even gave a surprise performance.
This event celebrated the resilience of businesses in the north after a challenging year, giving them the recognition that they deserve.
Youth Opportunities Scholarships Virtual Award Ceremony
Adelaide based community organisation, Youth Opportunities, held their annual Youth Opportunities Scholarship Awards Ceremony online with JT. Production Management in 2020.
The event was streamed live and began with a welcome and update on Youth Opportunities progress and achievements during this challenging year from Chief Executive Erin Faehrmann, which was then followed by past Youth Opportunities Scholarship recipient Chloe Dabrowsk who shared how Youth Opportunities changed her life.
The current students then got to enjoy a fun, interactive awards ceremony celebrating the successful recipients of 2020 whilst also thanking the generous donors who make it all possible.
Hanging Local Virtual - Chef vs Student
Western Melbourne Tourism
& Victoria University
JT. Production Management delivered a segment of 'Chef vs Student' episodes in the Hanging Local Virtual series which were all streamed online to our audiences. The cooking challenges for students were complex, some of the mouth-watering dishes they created included; marinated calamari/mushroom with fava and a brown butter caper sauce, taught by Chef Alex Xinis, owner of Almost Like Yiayias and spiced duck breast/ zucchini with miso couscous, grilled cos lettuce and gochujang dressing, taught by Chef Jack Lee, owner of Bean Smuggler. These competitions were made even more appetising as they were hosted by a different brilliant comedian each time, including Angus Brown and Alex Ward who always kept the laughs coming.
Melbourne School of Engineering Gala
University of Melbourne
In 2020, Melbourne School of Engineering (MSE) at the University of Melbourne celebrated their students slightly differently, as they combined both their academic and community awards ceremonies into one grand virtual gala.
Over 300 students, academics, staff, friends and family members gathered online to celebrate the MSE scholarship and prize recipients, students on the Dean's Honours List, as well as the community achievements of those shortlisted for the MSE Community Excellence Award.
The night included a red carpet event for students to show off their outfits, a virtual photo booth for them to commemorate their achievements and a stunning awards ceremony.
North West Melbourne
City Deal Launch
The launch of the North and West Melbourne City Deal Plan proceeded as a virtual event that JT. Production Management created.
400 viewers joined our online platform to hear from our former Victorian Premiers, the Hon Steve Bracks AC and the Hon John Brumby AO, along with President of the Senate and Senator for Victoria, Senator Scott Ryan, and 10 community representatives.
As the fastest growing region in Australia, this plan outlines 66 transformative projects that will create over 300,000 new jobs and meet the demands of our population.
Social Ventures Gathering
JT. Production Management worked with Social Ventures Australia (SVA) for the first time in 2020 to deliver their Annual Gathering online. SVA is a not-for-profit organisation that works with partners to alleviate disadvantage.
This digital gathering was MC'd by SVA's CEO Suzie Riddell, who was joined by guest speaker Professor Megan Davis, Vice-Chair, United Nations Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and Tyson Turner-Thomas, Disability Housing Advocate.
It was a successful night filled with virtual networking and connecting with SVA members, both old and new after the stunning video presentation was streamed.
Sami Shah Gets Schooled
Whether online or in-person, Sami Shah (ABC radio broadcaster, comedian and writer) is just not having any luck debating high school students!
In 2020, JT. Production Management teamed with Victoria University once again to produce a light hearted debating session. Sami's 3-year rivalry with Footscray High School students continued as we live streamed their debates on a range of hot topics, including the school system, toxic waste and the industrial revolution. Despite Sami's best efforts, with votes from the tuned in audience, the high school students won with a landslide victory.
Victoria University Alumni Awards
Victoria University (VU) took their annual Alumni Awards online in 2020 to recognise those who have contributed to making their community a better place, no matter their industry or location.
With more nominations received than ever before, VU celebrated alumni from across the globe; individuals who have made a powerful and positive difference to those around them. This year, four awards were offered: Lifetime Achievement Alumni Award, Professional Achievement Alumni Award, Rising Star Alumni Award and Spirit of VU Alumni Award. The recipients were able to receive their well deserved recognition and share their stories of success with the engaged audience.
What our clients say
“We are so glad that we had JTPM on board for the online showcase of the work of Victorian public libraries during the COVID pandemic. It was a high stakes event for us, with Ministerial involvement. Your team gave it the polish and smoothness that we needed to achieve and were a pleasure to work with. We felt that we were in very safe hands. Thank you.”
Head of Library Sector Engagement
State Library Victoria
"Your team were patient, friendly supportive and very professional. I can’t thank them enough. We are so happy and appreciative that we are working with JT Production Management! Fantastic to see how things work behind the scenes and how your team managed everything to ensure the event went so smoothly. Awesome!"
Judy Page and Michelle Kein, Bayside City Council