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Escapade Events Launches!

Forget being a corporate clone where your boss has forced you to the next arkward networking event, Escapade Events (EE) is for the woman ready to mix business and pleasure. If you fancy a cocktail, a mini pamper and a room filled with Melbourne women at their socialising best, subscribe to EE. The concept, developed by Director Kimberley Smith, came from her attending her next assigned personal assistant networking event where she struggled for conversation starters and common ground with the women. Deciding that Melbourne women had many interests outside the office, EE came to life with their first oficial launch party on Thursday.
Not knowing what to expect, I was greeted at the door by the delightful Kimberley Smith who signed me in and the prompt staff at Tony Starrs Kitten Club took my coat. A free cocktail on arrival, cleverly named Fashionista, Save Ferris and Sunny Bunny (anything Lychee for me please!) and a networking card to enter the door prize compeition. My friends threatened that I must not return home without winning the cocktail class for you and four friends but in order to enter I must write down two women I met that night and a common interest. After gaining the strength to decline my fifth rice paper roll, and I think there were some curry puffs and arancini in between that, I was surrounded by new friends and the social networking was underway.  Women shared fashion secrets, talked careers and compared cupcakes as the circulation continued.
From the sensational catering, attentive bar staff and the eager to please Kimberley, Escapade Events Launch Party was a glittering success. Kisses and hugs to my new found friends as I carefully took my Goodie Bag and allowed my Nalene manicure to dry. A wonderful and affordable concept if you’ve just moved to Melbourne, looking for new friends or just looking for a fabulous night with the ladies. A Cabaret evening and Pole Dancing in August is filling up quickly, haveForget being a corporate clone where your boss has forced you to the next arkward networking event, Escapade Events (EE) is for the woman ready to mix business and pleasure. If you fancy a cocktail, a mini pamper and a room filled with Melbourne women at their socialising best, subscribe to EE. The concept, developed by Director Kimberley Smith, came from her attending her next assigned personal assistant networking event where she struggled for conversation starters and common ground with the women. Deciding that Melbourne women had many interests outside the office, EE came to life with their first oficial launch party on Thursday.
Not knowing what to expect, I was greeted at the door by the delightful Kimberley Smith who signed me in and the prompt staff at Tony Starrs Kitten Club took my coat. A free cocktail on arrival, cleverly named Fashionista, Save Ferris and Sunny Bunny (anything Lychee for me please!) and a networking card to enter the door prize compeition. My friends threatened that I must not return home without winning the cocktail class for you and four friends but in order to enter I must write down two women I met that night and a common interest. After gaining the strength to decline my fifth rice paper roll, and I think there were some curry puffs and arancini in between that, I was surrounded by new friends and the social networking was underway.  Women shared fashion secrets, talked careers and compared cupcakes as the circulation continued.
From the sensational catering, attentive bar staff and the eager to please Kimberley, Escapade Events Launch Party was a glittering success. Kisses and hugs to my new found friends as I carefully took my Goodie Bag and allowed my Nalene manicure to dry. A wonderful and affordable concept if you’ve just moved to Melbourne, looking for new friends or just looking for a fabulous night with the ladies. A Cabaret evening and Pole Dancing in August is filling up quickly, have fun fun

Forget being a corporate clone where your boss has forced you to the next arkward networking event, Escapade Events (EE) is for the woman ready to mix business and pleasure. If you fancy a cocktail, a mini pamper and a room filled with Melbourne women at their socialising best, subscribe to EE. The concept, developed by Director Kimberley Smith, came from her attending an assigned networking event for personal assistants where she struggled for conversation starters and common ground with the women. Deciding that Melbourne women had many interests outside the office, EE came to life with their first official launch party last Thursday.

Not knowing what to expect, I was greeted at the door by the delightful Kimberley Smith who signed me in and the prompt staff at Tony Starr’s Kitten Club took my coat. A free cocktail on arrival, cleverly named Fashionista, Save Ferris and Sunny Bunny (anything Lychee for me please!) and a networking card to enter the door prize compeition. My friends threatened that I must not return home without winning the cocktail class for you and four friends but in order to enter I must write down two women I met that night and a common interest. After gaining the strength to decline my fifth rice paper roll, and I think there were some curry puffs and arancini in between that, I was surrounded by new friends and the social networking was underway.  Women shared fashion secrets, talked careers and compared Sugadeaux cupcakes as the circulation continued.

From the sensational catering, attentive bar staff and the eager to please Kimberley, Escapade Events Launch Party was a glittering success. Kisses and hugs to my new found friends as I carefully took my goodie bag and allowed my Nalene manicure to dry. A wonderful and affordable concept if you’ve just moved to Melbourne, looking for new friends or just looking for a fabulous night with the ladies.

A ‘Cabaret’ movie evening and a Pole Dancing event in August are filling up quickly.

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Words – Angela Fedele

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