Cath Jules started Criterion Conferences with a desk, phone and computer in the corner of a friend’s office. Ten years on, the company is a bustling hub of 70+ people driving social change and solutions to the biggest challenges facing Australian businesses. Given the evolution of the company, Criterion saw it fit to re-define the … Continue reading Purposeful work: Criterion redefines its ‘why’
“Which gender has the XY chromosome?” Concerned murmurs fluttered through the tables of wizards, basketball players, Cluedo figurines and Christmas elves. In a gamble round, teams were asked how many points they wanted to gamble. “We’re all in!” most teams declared, putting their hard-earned points on the line in the name of glory. After a … Continue reading The Criterion In-quiz-ition
The Criterion Giving Committee (CGC) is at it again. The boys are now beardless for the world’s greatest shave, well done. We have raised $3600.43 for Leukaemia Foundation for their campaign Shave the World from Blood Cancer! Here is what the boys had to say about their experience of going beardless for blood cancer: 1. … Continue reading Criterion’s Beardless Heroes!
Criterion hit the big 10 mark in February 2019!! Starting out in 2009, we’ve grown to a team of 70+ employees with a host of successful conferences spanning across Australia. Striving to be first to market with solutions to the big issues, in aged care, public sector, infrastructure, schools, higher education, social services and finance we take … Continue reading Criterion Turns 10!
It’s that time of year, when the Criterion family come together for our next CGC event; a night of trivia fun! This year, Criterion’s Corporate Giving Committee (CGC) are hosting a Christmas in July Trivia night and Raffle Prize for the Criterion family. Due to a very busy and successful conferencing period in July, we … Continue reading Criterion is getting ready for a night of trivia fun!
In late October, Criterion Conferences hosted Innovation Day to brainstorm and share their ideas on how to disrupt the conference industry. Everyone split into teams with the goal of giving the company a competitive advantage, and the winning team would take home The Good on You Award – as chosen by the company’s Managing Director … Continue reading Innovation Day: How can we disrupt the conference industry?
Last weekend, Criterion’s Production team set off on a day trip down to the Hunter Valley. We began the morning bright* and bubbly** at Central Station, taking an early morning coach hosted by a lively guide called Sean. Sean liked to point out all the “lesser celebrated highlights” of Sydney as we drove by, including … Continue reading A glass of wine & a few fun facts
With November on its way, Criterion Conferences knew it was time to tell the gentlemen of the office to put down those razors, let that facial hair grow, and get on board with Movember. Movember has become a national movement in Australia, where every November, men across the country band together and grow a moustache … Continue reading Movember at Criterion