Zoë Foster Blake To Speak At Cannes In Cairns

Zoë Foster Blake To Speak At Cannes In Cairns

The award-winning author, journalist and beauty mogul is joining a star-studded lineup in Queensland for Australia’s biggest and best creativity festival.

Foster Blake is joining the likes of Sir Martin Sorrell, Dee Madigan, and Mark Ritson at Cannes in Cairns this year.

A renowned author, celebrated entrepreneur and star of Tourism Australia’s recent ad campaign, Foster Blake will take to the stage with Melinda Petrunoff, Country Manager at Pinterest, as the special guest of headline partner.

She will bring her extensive knowledge and experience of Australian publishing, creativity and business acumen to bear in a special keynote session.

Having written both online and been a print journalist for over a decade, serving as beauty director of Cosmopolitan and Harper’s Bazaar, as well as a columnist for both News Ltd and Fairfax, Foster Blake is well versed to talk about the problems and opportunities facing Australian publishers and advertisers in 2023.  

Furthermore, with incredible success as founder of Go-To Skincare there is so much to learn from this incredible talk, brought to you by Pinterest.  

So, stop procrastinating!

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