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Bondi Beach, Sydney, Australia

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Susannah Yeung

Brand Projects, Business Operations, Wellness | TEDxSydney | Mind Your Moves

Sydney, Australia

Generally thinking:

Business, Work & Strategy
Global Issues
Sustainability & Environment
Creativity & Design
Body, Mind & Science

My tags:

AdvertisingBrand StrategyBusiness DevelopmentClimate ChangeCommunityEducationEntrepreneurshipEnvironmentEventsFoodGraphic DesignHealthMarketingPhilanthropyProduct DesignSocial ChangeStrategy GeneralSustainabilityTravel

Very good at:
+ Managing many moving parts
+ Enabling creative ideas
+ Being authentic

About me & my work:

My work has spanned a range of industries which serendipitously lead me to TEDxSydney where all my skills collide.

I joined the TEDxSydney team in 2011 to oversee operations, help scale and drive all facets of the event organisation as Project Director. It is now my focus in Team Strategy and Resourcing to build on the brand experience and engagement for the team and TEDxSydney community.

I'm drawn to ventures that challenge the status quo and engage audiences to think differently about solutions to problems.

I've worked in Australia and overseas in Marketing & Events, Advertising, Brand Strategy and as a Yoga teacher.

I've worked with clients and agencies including Crispin Porter + Bogusky and Saatchi & Saatchi, helping brands design strategic creative solutions for products, services and experiences. Clients have included Audi, Volkswagen North America, Old Navy/Gap, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, Sydney 2000 Olympics and ING Real Estate Investment Management.

In 2011 I co-founded Mind Your Moves, teaching young adults mindfulness and self awareness based in Yoga and Pilates. Clients include The Scots College and Sydney Grammar School.

At the heart of all of my endeavours is finding the spark that connects and engages with people their experience.

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