Express your interest for a complimentary invitation to Brisbane’s premier creative enterprise forum

Now in its fourth year, Creative Enterprise Australia’s Creative3 Forum is a full two-day experience offering a blend of interactive sessions, keynote speakers, hands-on workshops, networking events and evening festivities.

This unique event is designed to spark collaboration and inspire individuals to execute their ideas. The event covers all creative disciplines including interactive and visual design, film, television, music, animation, gaming and IT and much more.

At Redchip we understand that innovation and business go hand in hand and we encourage all of our clients to embrace their creative edge. Whether embarking on a new endeavour or needing a fresh outlook on your current business, there is plenty to learn from the creative game changers and leading practitioners sharing their knowledge and experiences at this year’s Creative3.

That’s why Redchip are again supporting Creative3 and offering invitations for 3 individuals to attend the entire forum experience on 12th and 13th September, valued at $449 each. Tickets include entrance to the full conference, workshop and networking soiree.

To snatch up one of these hot invitations simply email your interest to We will draw the names and notify our lucky guests early next week.

For more information on the 2013 Creative3 Program please visit their website:

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