Cheryl Bresland is a creative event & entertainment management specialist whose experience spans over 28 years. She has travelled the country producing events and exhibitions for many of Australia's blue chip corporates and has worked with some of the biggest names in Australian entertainment.

Her national networks and contacts have placed her in good standing as an operator of distinction. Career stints in Sydney, Melbourne and now in her hometown of Perth have cemented that reputation, with more than a few industry awards won along the way.

Cheryl 's infectious energy and passion for creative excellence provide the open door and hearty welcome to new clients, artists and contractors in a meaningful and valued exchange.

Cheryl heads the GURUS operation and sprinkles her magic dust over all facets of the business.

Cheryl  Bresland

Brad Hogg is an Australian International Cricketer, Speaker, Commentator, Radio Host, Media Presenter and Coach.

After retiring from all forms of cricket in 2008, his incredible comeback in 2011 took everyone by surprise. His key role as left arm spinner and allrounder in the inaugural T20 BIG BASH with The Perth Scorchers did not disappoint, and earned him headlines and tournament offers around the world. After five seasons with the Perth Scorchers and two title wins, the 'King of the Furnace' and BBL fan favourite, at 46 years of age, joined The Melbourne Renegades for the 2016/17 season and maintained outstanding figures.

On the back of his performances, Brad was recalled to represent his Country at the 2012 and 2014 T20 World Cup Tournaments at the age of 42 and 44 respectively. Since his comeback Brad has been a popular acquisition to to International T20 tournaments and has played in South Africa, Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka, Carribean, UAE and more.

Brad Hogg is currently the oldest professional cricketer in the history of the T short form of the game.

He is Australia's sixth most successful One Day International bowler and second best spinner in terms of wickets taken. He was a member of Australia's victorious 2003 and 2007 Cricket World Cup teams and is one of only 15 players to have won the Cup more than once.

As a speaker Brad brings his A game to the table. His natural self-effacing humour, anecdotal stories of his famous team mates and travels, lessons learnt (often the hard way), and tips on self belief are language everyone can relate to. He was an isolated country boy with a big dream to wear the Baggy Green. Almost everyone said it couldn't be done. He never, ever gave up. He still won't .....

Since then Brad completed a Degree in Accounting and Marketing and has kept busy with roles in television and radio commentary, public speaking, development coaching and ambassadorial charity roles.

Brad Hogg