The Star has hosted an array of eclectic and spectacular performing artists over the years, adding to Sydney’s vibrant nightlife and successful creative pursuits. There’s always a lot to look forward to, and this month we’re super excited to see appearances from some world-class artists.
Two years ago, UTS Civil Engineering and Business student Michael Childs created his own startup business selling affordable wine racks and wine storage systems. Today, the business is one of Australia’s leading wine storage providers.
Off the back of a successful event last month at The Apprentice restaurant, presented in partnership with PUCC, tech startup NetStripes has announced another Bizruption to take place this Monday April 4 at West Ashfield Leagues Club.
Pyrmont Festival is back again for its sixth year from May 13 – 22. An event catering for all, the festival highlights the importance of Pyrmont as one of Sydney’s leading cultural and creative hubs, tourist destinations and dining precincts.
Have you ever not known what’s the best drop for a special occasion and just gone with what’s affordable? Well, ‘The Wine Gallery’ is custom-made to educate you in this department while gratifying your taste buds and saving you time.
The team at SPR Accounting are no strangers to Pyrmont Ultimo, having served the community for over three years. Simon Reed, founder and director of SPR, offers more insight into the precinct’s leading accounting firm for small businesses.
The Sydney Improvised Music Association has announced that it is putting on a new monthly event at Foundry616.
MyInterview is an online video recruitment platform that is revolutionising the way we look at hiring staff. Founded by school friends and UTS:Hatchery graduates Guy Abelsohn and Benjy Gillman in 2014, myInterview connects employers to candidates in a unique and efficient way, while helping to bring candidates’ applications to life.
Shen Yun, the world’s premier classical Chinese dance and music company, comes to Sydney Lyric Theatre for one week only this March. Experience the magic and splendour ancient China’s “Middle Kingdom” in an all-new performance.
The Star Sydney today announced details of the proposed $1 billion development plans set to transform the harbour-side property over the next five years, at the Asia-Pacific Incentives and Meetings Expo (AIME).