+Exhibitions and Events Australia Pty Ltd (EEA) is Melbourne based the directors having 48 years of experience developing many of Australias best consumer and trade exhibitions. The focus of EEA is to stage excellent events which meet both industry and client needs. EEAs committed and passionate team understands the importance of identifying and meeting customer expectations and so tailors solutions to ensure each client has a rewarding exhibition experience. EEA was founded in 2005 by Jane Ford
... Show MoreManaging Director with Graeme Uthmeyer joining the business as a partner in 2006. It now employs 20 staff. Show Less
Ok, this is all said with love. I have a stall but couldnt afford a stall there but very excited to see the festival. I took my mum, and booked a couple of nights in the city thinking it would take us a couple of days to see everything properly (it was a lot larger in years past). So to start. Stalls are way too expensive. Your stalls are what make the festival. Without them there is no festival and these prices are way over the top. Also handcrafted products should be given a reduced reduced price as there is no where near the profit as our suppliers are trying to be organic....far more expensive than buying overseas. From a punters view. There was not enough interesting food. The quality of presenters was extremely low. Everything ie. healing modalities were way overpriced (obviously they need to make their money back for the stall however it means that a punter can only afford to trial one modality, lessening the overall experience). So by way of a solution I would sugges
The MindBodySpirit Festival has come of age in the digital era. It was a struggle because artificial intelligence threatens good old ancient/modern sense. People are awakening, and mindbodyspirit will flourish.
Chinese massage - they spruced a 10 min massage but didn't say it was $10. My daughter wanted it and I didn't but did it because she did - left after 5 mins - still had to pay $10 - they should say if you have to pay!!! they were near the stage that the American Indian performed.
As always the event was well run, very informative and displayed a lot of products that were of interest to me.If I had one criticism it was the shortage of tables and chairs for lunch time. This was exacerbated by the rudeness of the public.