The Express Hub

The Activation

The Express Hub uses life size conversation bubbles to create a physical environment for participants to interact with. The bubbles were custom designed and built to ensure maximum impact. 

Interacting with the Express Hub provokes curiosity and can bring about an ‘Ah ha moment’ (mindset shift) as well as encourage peer to peer learning.

Custom scenarios, based on a the client need, are written on the bubbles, and each participant is encouraged to provide feedback on the scenarios. Participants also have the opportunity to read and reflect on other participants feedback too.

A truly engaging way to be both a teacher and student!

 

Australian Catholic University (ACU)

The Express Hub was an engaging experience for students at ACU’s Stamp Out Stress event. In collaboration with ACU, common stressful scenario’s faced by uni students were identified and written on the blackboards. Students then interacted with these by sharing advice and taking in the advice from others too.

No More Harm Conference

The Express Hub evoked much thought and opened up an honest dialogue at the No More Harm Conference. Here participants explored different perspectives relating to workplace bullying through their interactions with this installation.

Happiness & It’s Causes Conference

The Happiness & its causes conference is Australia’s largest conference focusing on happiness. Happy Boosters engaged conference attendees through the Express Hub.

Reactions

“Working with Happy Boosters has been a fantastic and seamless experience. Antoinette and her team are always on top of communication and coming up with fantastic ideas for any event or program. The staff are professional and engaging and have really made a different to our student events. I would highly recommend the Happy Boosters team for your next event.“

Eliza Pollard – Student Enrichment Officer
Australian Catholic University (ACU)

“It was interesting and confronting to put myself in the shoes of the bully. Thank-you for the opportunity to look at this complex issue from all perspectives”

Conference attendee
No More Harm Conference

 

 

 

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