So Casey, what made you decide to do the Event & Tourism Management at William Angliss Institute?
Well I’d heard ...
Hailing from a small country town where the biggest event would be a friend's Australia Day BBQ, Casey Bonacci never dreamed she'd be running some of the biggest dates on Melbourne's calendar. But since completing an event and tourism management course Bonacci has scored a job as senior events coordinator at Federation Square, and is now in charge of festivals, concerts and community gatherings at the iconic venue. She tells Chelsea Attard why it's important to stand out from the crowd.
Well I’d heard ...
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