GOOD FOOD EVENTS //
Good Food Events is an evolution of Good Food Month, the festival of dining that was established in 1998. It is aligned to the Nine Good Food network, which includes Good Food in The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald, plus the authority on Australian dining - the Good Food Guide.
This year, Good Food Events will gather you and your friends in magnificent places across the country for shared experiences led by the most energised chefs and tastemakers in our country and from across the globe.
As a Good Food Events partner, you have the opportunity to be the exclusive sponsor for your very own Event Series that will be showcased across the country. For details on partnership opportunities, reach out to Brittany MacFarlane.
A NOTE FROM THE HEAD OF FOOD & LIFSTYLE EVENTS //
Since the beginning of time, sharing a meal together has been the most communal and binding experience across the globe. Bringing people together to create and share exceptional moments bound together by enjoyment of food and drinks is what we do.
We are proud to produce the country’s most exciting and unique dining experiences in collaboration with the best local and international chefs, tastemakers, producers and lovers of enjoying food moments together.
We bring places, people and stories to life to establish meaningful connections between our audiences, our experiences and the brands that partner with us.
GOOD FOOD EVENTS //
The Good Food Event audiences are affluent experience seekers that value exclusivity and rarity. They are more likely to be social connectors and like to be ‘in the know’ about the latest dining, lifestyle and event trends across the nation.
GOOD FOOD EVENT ATTENDEE PROFILE //
Average HH income:
Good Food Event attendees have an average household income of $250,000 and believe quality is more important than price.
Sponsor brand awareness
Increased trust in sponsor
Increased intention to trial
Source: emma conducted by Ipsos MediaCT; people 14+ for the 12 months ending October 2020.