Octoberfest … Brisbane

 Ocotber fest Brisbane
Usually i would have written another post this afternoon, how ever it has to wait, we are now off to the october fest, yes, here in Brisbane. This year with VIP tables and 1Liter Steins. I know that heeps of project and programme managers are going to be around and will be at our table. So for $75 per seat we will enjoy the German music and the lederhosen of course. There probably wont be any fotos but may be some stories to tell.

Update: After the first evening.

I must say, it October fest has dramatically improved compared to the one last year. Great, people, great atmosphere, great music, good beer unfortunately due to whatever kind of regulations the “Steins” where just half Steins in plastic mugs and $75 dollars have been a little to expensive for a food platter, a half stein and a schnaps. How ever the party was great and definitely for some Germans who want to get homesick and Aussie that want to learn about the German culture worth going for. Some shots below:

The Tent including a sense of atmosphere
Brisbane October fest tent 

One full table waiting for food and drinks
Table waiting for food and drinks 

A boy with two ladies at least 6 foot 11 in height.
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Two loadies enjoying themselves
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Torsten J. Koerting

Torsten J. Koerting is a project management-, paragliding- and Outdoor Enthusiast, Consultant, Author of several books and engaged as a speaker at many conferences. As Managing Partner at projectyzer he is specialised in supporting companies and organisations in reinventing their strategy as well as turning projects around that are in trouble. He worked in Europe, US and Australia for more than 20 years for global Blue Chips. He does hold the German and Australian Citizenship and lives with his wife and two kids between Europe and Australia. He is also a certified Bank Clerk, Executive Bachelor and Project Management Professional (PMI) and used to be Board Member of the PMI Queensland Chapter (Australia).

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