Registrations open for inaugural Tasting Australia blogging event
12 February 2014
Registrations are now open to food and travel bloggers for Tasting Australia’s inaugural blogging forum – Words to Go.
With a stellar line-up of speakers including Instagram expert Lauren Bath and international blogging duo Robyn Eckhardt and David Hagerman of Eating Asia, bloggers are encouraged to register quickly with only 50 spots available.
Program Director Amanda McInerney said the culinary and travel bloggers’ forum was a first for Tasting Australia and would generate a lot of conversation.
“The online sphere is full of culinary and travel conversations and Tasting Australia’s Words to Go will give bloggers a chance to learn from experts on how to best communicate with their growing audiences,” Ms McInerney said.
The free forum will also highlight the state’s and Australia’s premium food and wine and unique culinary experiences.
“We’re bringing together 50 of Australia’s leading bloggers to learn from the best as well as expose them to South Australia’s fresh produce, its origins and the people behind it,” Ms McInerney said.
“Tasting Australia is an eating and drinking festival that will bring people together to have an authentic experience and make the most of sharing good food with good company,” she said.
The culinary travel bloggers’ forum will consist of a one day conference program at the iconic Adelaide Central Market followed by a day in greater Adelaide and the Adelaide Hills trying firsthand some of South Australia’s culinary scene.
The program features:
Lauren Bath – Australia’s leading Instagramer
Katie Quinn-Davies – Author of What Katie Ate
Robyn Eckhardt – Author of Eating Asia
David Hagerman – Photographer of Eating Asia
Caz Makepeace – Author of YTravel Blog
Helen Yee – Author of Grab Your Fork
Chloe Reschke-Maguire – Yelp Adelaide Community Manager
Greg Snell – Winner of Tourism Australia’s Best Jobs in the World South Australia position
“Words to Go – A culinary travel bloggers’ forum” will run from Sunday 27 – Tuesday 29 April 2014 with Tasting Australia running from 27 April to 4 May.
To register for the free forum visit the Tasting Australia website. Registrations close Friday 21 February 2014.
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