Television and radio personality Mark Aiston is one of the most accomplished corporate hosts in Australia working behind the lectern for over 30 years.
Mark’s acclaimed media career included posts as a television news sports presenter on the ABC and Network Ten and as a radio host with Nova Entertainment.
National events Mark has worked on various national events including the Melbourne Cup, Sydney Olympics, Melbourne Commonwealth Games, Toyota AFL grand ?nal lunch, Australian Formula One GP, Bathurst, Gold Coast Indi, Australian Moto GP, Sydney to Hobart, and the World Netball Championships.
With Mark you get a highly professional, humorous, fast thinking and entertaining asset for your corporate event.
Mark is also in demand as a host and facilitator for conventions and forums and is extremely excited about his brand new Media Training Master Class. This exclusive, behind the scenes look at the media is speci?cally tailored for the organisations, businesses or industries attending the convention.
Media Training Master Class is unique, funny, interactive, fast paced, entertaining and extremely informative. Mark, has cleverly distilled a “one day” media training workshop into a 50 minute whirlwind of powerful insider media tips brilliantly utilising video clips and props.
Mark is also a wonderful motivational speaker.
In his key presentation he talks candidly of his battle with depression, but uplifts the crowd with his dogged determination to beat the ever present dark cloud that constantly hangs above. He talks of his late father, a world champion sprinter, in a way that will have the audience in stitches. Speaking ill of the dead is generally taboo, but Mark says his stories and anecdotes would put a smile on his father’s face up above.
Mark is also an ambassador for a number of charities and organisations. He is particularly passionate about helping fight depression and works closely with Muscular Dystrophy South Australia.
Mark Aiston travels from South Australia Australia
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