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The stage 1 Diploma of Event Management students organised the “Swan Hill Reunion Lunch” on Friday the 25th of November 2022. The event was held in the Angliss restaurant for 43 guests from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. After nearly three years of Covid-19 lockdown and gathering restrictions prohibiting previous gatherings, this occasion was a much-anticipated reunion function lunch.

The team included Tizzy (Chen-Yi, Wang) as Administrator, Dylan(Wen-Sheng, Chao) as Front of House Coordinator, Jade(Wei-Jie, Lai) as Beverage Coordinator, Maxine(Hsiu-Wen, Chen) as the Event Stylist, and Charlie (Yu-Ping, Chiu) as Protocols Coordinator. The teacher for this event was Silvana Madia, who gave us a lot of support.

Although we met some unexpected situations during the function. The students still put a lot of effort into making sure the event ran smoothly, and the customers had a lot to say about the style details on the day. Overall, the team did a great job of collaborating across all job areas to put on a successful event.

BOJYA Events Team

2022 RMIT Esteemed Alumni Luncheon, organised by Diploma of Event Management students

Our Diploma of Event Management students’ events team, BOJYA Events, organised RMIT Philanthropy group’s “2022 RMIT Esteemed Alumni Luncheon” on Wednesday 23rd of November 2022 in the Angliss Restaurant.

This event was a long-awaited alumni networking lunch after almost three years of Covid-19 lockdown and gathering restrictions preventing earlier functions. This event was a three-course meal with standard beverage package and pre-drinks. The event ran from 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, for an expected guest pax of 110.

BOJYA Events consist of Oi (Sarucha Suebsanguan) as the Admin, Jess (Jessica Beeton) as the Front of House Coordinator, Ben (Chun-Kuan Lee) as the Beverage Coordinator, Amy (Amy Goslin) as the Event Stylist, and Yoshi (Yoshino Ito) as the Protocols Coordinator. This whole event was coordinated and lead by Silvana Madia, who is the Functions teacher.

Additionally, the event would not have succeeded without people from different disciplines, courses and teams. To chef Marilena Richards’s students who made delicious food, and to Tim Haronga’s students who worked as the Front of House staff, we thank you and hope to work with you again.