What: The Caught Book Launch was an inspirational celebration for young Perth author Raathi Chota’s amazing writing achievements. Where: Feld & Co, Booragoon What went down: Moody signature mocktails, mouth-watering canapés, a killer Harley-Davidson and customised cupcakes set the mood for an evening full of mystery and inspiration.
What: The Ferrari Dinner for Driven Women brought together 24 inspirational, self-made women who continue to inspire and empower others for an evening of beautiful food, genuine connection and sleek cars. Who: 24 Driven, Inspirational Women Where: Ferrari Barbagallo Showroom, Perth What went down: A decadent four-course dining experience to celebrate some of Perth’s ultimate female leaders, in true Ferrari style.
What: 'Women of Substance' Luncheon celebrated 35 incredibly accomplished women who have enriched and impacted lives through…well, that’s the mystery; guests didn’t find out who their ‘Women of Substance’ was until they took their seat beside them. Who: 400 fortunate guests and 1 women of substance on every table! Where: Kings Park’s State Reception Centre What went down: A stunning array of fine wines, a mouth-watering two course meal, local talent and genuine warmth and connection throughout the day!
What: 1000-seat Black Tie Ball Guest of Honour: His Royal Highness, Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex KG GCVO (Yes, that’s Prince Harry’s uncle!) Where: Grand Ballroom, Crown Perth What went down: A royal gourmet evening celebrating the achievements of young Western Australians, co-insiding with HRH's Australian visit Benefactor: The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award - WA
What: A free event, filled with celebration and festivities to highlight the achievements, history and culture of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Who: 350 delighted women (and a couple of guys) Where: Crown Towers, Perth What went down: An array of inspiring speakers, outstanding performers including Christine And and Samantha Harris, true connection and a scrumptious high tea, bringing community spirit and culture in unison.
What: An eclectically cool iconic Freo-inspired charity Ball for the Fremantle Foundation Who: 450 of the luckiest guests in town Where: The Esplanade Hotel, Fremantle What went down: Delicious local cuisines paired with craft beer, exquisite local wines and a lot of bad or good dancing, depending on how you look at it!
What: An industry AWARD-WINNING (we’re a little bit proud) celebration of the individuality of YOU Who: The people of Perth - anyone wandering through the laneways of 140 Perth, needing a little self-confidence pick-me-up Where: 140 William Street, Perth What went down: Compliments galore, pay-it-forward happiness and some surprise feel-good moments
What: A fashion extravaganza coinciding with the Telstra Perth Fashion Festival Who: Some of the most well-heeled people of Perth Where: 140 William Street, Perth What went down: Gorgeous life-size Michelle Pike fashion illustrations lined the laneways of 140 Perth, free Chi Cho Gelato, photo booths, DJs and the height of fashion came out for the runway shows in Fashion Central
What: A thank you event for the Stepping Out of the Shadows campaign created by philanthropist Dr. Ros Worthington OAM to create a lifeline for Lifeline WA Where: Postal Hall, Como, The Treasury Why: The night was to thank those who have helped support Lifeline WA, as well as encouraging conversation about depression and suicide and remove the stigma associated.
The Brief: To create a brilliantly unique corporate Christmas event in February What: A decadent night of mystery from beginning to end Who: 80 corporate guests Where: Multiple locations What went down: Read on and find out how we designed something extremely special which exceeded expectations at every turn...
What: The Juicy Movement book launch for holistic counsellor, Carla Thomas. Who: 80 VIP health professionals, elite athletes and media representatives Where: Health Freak Cafe, Applecross What went down: Known Associates launched the book with an evening fuelled by a selection of healthy beverages, delectable bites and juicy beats.
What: The WILDEST fun-filled kids extravaganza Who: The coolest kids of P-town Where: 140 William Street, Perth What went down: Amazing free activities, epic giveaways and hours of fun and entertainment
What: VIP Media Launch – Health and Wellness Studio Who: 120 of Perth’s media and VIP guests Where: The new, game-changing health and wellness Happy Physio Studio, in Mount Lawley What went down: Local performers, competitions, photos, custom-designed health-inspired cocktails, extravagant bites served to the beat of fresh tunes.
What: A laugh-inspired public activation in the heart of Perth City Who: Anyone and everyone down for a great time and a lot of lols Where: 140 William Street, Perth What went down: Good food, good friends and a couple of good belly-laughs
What: Camp Quality's gala event to support kids with cancer and their families Who: 600 super impressed guests Where: Crown Perth Ballroom MC: Tim McMillan What went down: A night filled with laughter, endless entertainment and most importantly, generosity!
What: An outdoor festival designed for women to impact the world Who: 3000 women of Perth Where: Belvior Amphitheatre, Swan Valley What went down: Entertainment, workshops, retail village, fashion, food, drinks, inspirational speakers!
What: Young philanthropist, Scott Guerini, age eleven, launched his first book with a little help from Known Associates Events and our circle of wonderful 'known associates'! Where: Telethon Kids Institute Who: 90 impressed guests What went down: A whole lot of heart and soul and passion for paying it forward
What: Every parent's dream during school holidays Who: The most NOT bored kids in P-town! Where: 140 William Street, Perth What went down: Free activities, epic giveaways and amazing entertainment to keep your kids busy for HOURS
What: hundreds of high school students will came together to learn the importance of maintaining good mental health Where: Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre What went down: Speakers, activities, connection, all designed to make a positive change for our future leaders
Laughter is the best medicine! What: A multifaceted Black Tie Ball Who: 220 of Perth's elite Where: Parmelia Hilton Hotel What went down: Known Associates Events launched Western Australia's first Giggle Ball for children's cancer support organisation Camp Quality. The night was incredible, packed with laughter and entertainment from the moment guests stepped onto the red carpet...
What: Book Launch for Australian philanthropist Ros Worthington OAM, The Power of Giving Who: 200 VIPs and media Where: Cottesloe's Cancer Wellness Centre What went down: Known Associates Events launched the book in a divine picnic setting lavished with gourmet desserts, champagne and live music as some of Perth's leading event suppliers embodied the power of giving and gave us an event to remember!
What: Media Launch Who: 100 of Perth's media and VIP guests Where: Garden City - pop up event space constructed from the ground up by Known Associates Events What went down: Tunes, food, cocktails, aphrodisiac shots, gift bags, dancing, inspiring speakers
What: Lifeline WA’s signature event, the Black Diamond Gala Dinner Where: Fraser’s State Reception Centre, Kings Park Who: 350 Tuxedo-ed gents and glamorous designer gowned ladies MC: Russell Wolfe Outcome: Over $120, 000 raised - vital funds for the continuing care of Western Australians in their hour of need facilitated by Lifeline WA
What: A colourful race day, fine dining, entertainment, gifts Where: The Boatshed Restaurant, South Perth MC: Tim McMillan Guests: 130 Benefactor: Breast Cancer Care WA Outcome: Full bellies, merry heads and a heaving dance floor. Everyone was a winner!
What: Hosted by Dr Ros Worthington OAM, a stylish Gourmet Breakfast celebrating women Where: Fraser's State Reception Centre, King's Park MC: Scherri-Lee Biggs Guests: 150 Outcome: 150 smiling faces and hearts full of inspiration
What: A night on a city rooftop raising money for Western Australia's only specialist children's hospital Where: The Flour Factory, Perth City Who: 150 well-heeled guests MC: Peter Bell What went down: Close to $40,000 raised for benefactor, the PMH Foundation