Woohoo, Reimagine HR turned 4 and it was one memorable birthday bash.

On February 15th, 2024, my team and I at Reimagine HR celebrated the company’s 4th birthday – and let’s just say, we know how to put on a great event.

As with every year, I commemorate the occasion on my late father’s birthday. He is with me in spirit as I continue to grow the company.

Each birthday, I take time to reflect on Reimagine HR’s achievements over the past year and unveil something new that’s going to take the business to the next level. This year was no exception, and I delivered some exciting announcements that had the birthday attendees buzzing.

But first, the celebrations.
On February 15th, the Reimagine HR crew rolled out the red carpet (okay, maybe it was just a great looking welcome mat) and invited our nearest and dearest to celebrate at The Lounge Bar at The Globe in Perth. From the bubbly beverages and delectable canapés to the awesome prizes and electric networking, this was one birthday event you didn’t want to miss.

As we know, Reimagine HR is on a mission to create thriving organisations where employees feel connected, valued, inspired and empowered to do their absolute best work.

Over the past 4 years, we have been working tirelessly to support HR and business leaders through our consulting, coaching and training services. And the community of legends we’ve built along the way? Let’s just say, these folks were the true MVPs of the night.

Rather than hosting the party at the end of the year when everyone’s feeling a bit worn out, we decided to kick off 2024 with an evening full of gratitude, connection and celebration. And boy, did we deliver.

During the event, I announced two game changing new initiatives coming from Reimagine HR in 2024:
  1. Our new podcast; Reimagining HR with Trina Sunday; and
  2. An unforgettable Cambodia Leadership Experience.

Talk about levelling up.

Of course, the night wasn’t complete without some incredible door prizes. Lucky attendees walked away with amazing goodies like:
  • A gin pack from Gather Foods who create incredible native-food experiences.
  • Stylish streetwear from the legends at Flanno, who donate 50% of profits to suicide prevention.
  • Gorgeous handmade items from the Mettle Women Inc. social enterprise who support survivors of domestic & family violence.

As one guest raved:

“Wooowwwhhh you sure know how to throw a party? Thanks so much for the invite yesterday, I had such a wonderful time and met some great people. Very excited about the podcast 💫”

 

Another attendee:

“Thank you for a fantastic night Trina! So fabulous to catch up with a very cool bunch of people ✨”

 

At the end of the day, Reimagine HR wouldn’t be where we are today without the unwavering support of our clients, colleagues, champions and collaborators.

We are endlessly grateful to everyone who’s been a part of our journey so far, and we can’t wait to see what the next 4 years (and beyond) have in store.

Cheers to 4 absolutely amazing years, and many more to come!

 

Trina x

4th Birthday Party Image Gallery 

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