Perspective with Scott Triana - Head of Community Engagement at  Bailey Nelson

Proudly Supported by  Metro Arts



This month we are excited to bring you a discussion with the Head of Community Engagement of an eyewear brand, Bailey Nelson, that make buying glasses one of life’s pleasures. Scott will be sharing his perspective on customer engagement, having real friendships with his customers, and making experiences in a retail space. 

The Speaker
Scott Triana is the Head of Community Engagement at Bailey Nelson eyewear and has played an instrumental role in scaling the business from the Bondi Markets to an international eyewear label across Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the UK. Through incredible in-store experience and community based initiatives the company has opened 30 stores in less than five years. 

We would love for you to join us to share a beer with Scott, the Design to Business and Mous Magazine communities. 
Tickets are $20, available for purchase below. Tickets may be available on the night, however seats are limited and may possibly sell out online first. 

Date: Wednesday, 12 July

Time: 7:15 pm to 9:00 pm 

Where: Metro Arts, Lumen Room, 109 Edward Street, Brisbane

Proudly supported by Metro Arts


mous. magazine

An independent Australian design and culture magazine bringing together  emerging writers, photographers, artists and graphic designers based between Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney and Perth.  mous  aims to challenge the predictability of mainstream media by encouraging its readers to think, question and delve deeper. Within our five categories you will find a creative and intellectual exploration into art, design, society and sex.

Design to Business

The community exists to educate, empower and support designers and makers in taking their designs to market. Perfect if you're an emerging designer, an embedded creative, stylist or a designer with an online store. The community is a warm and lively group of people, who are motivated by a desire to share ideas and support other community members. As networking events are sometimes awkward, if you see someone on their own, go tap them on the shoulder and introduce yourself!


Perspective with Scott Triana
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