PR, Marketing & Communications – MC / Presenter – Fashion & Lifestyle Consultant –
Director, Australian Turf Club – Vice President, Black & White Committee for Vision Australia
Graduate Australian Institute Company Directors (GAICD)


Clients have included

High profile Australian and International luxury brands including Tiffany & Co, Mercedes, Versace, The MLC Centre, Gianfranco Ferre, Australian Business Excellence Awards, Westfield, Australian Resort Projects, Lavazza, Windsor Polo Club, Veuve Clicquot, Magic Millions, Victorian Spring Racing Carnival, The Sydney Turf Club, The Queensland Turf Club, Straights Steamship, The Swans, TVSN, and The Australian Jockey Club, where Emirates and David Jones were introduced as major sponsors by ABM.

McSweeney has also presented, compered and spoken at over 800 events and venues.

Styling, fashion & writing assignments have included The Sun Herald, Wentworth Courier, Westfield, David Jones, The MLC Centre, The Australian Jockey Club, Magic Millions, Windsor Polo Club and prominent glossy magazines.






Angela Belle McSweeney is one the most delightful, competent and beautiful individuals I have ever known. Angela was well liked and respected by everyone during her teaching and modeling assignments and presentation of my International shows promoting Australian Fashion overseas. Angela is highly regarded and her devotion, elegance and experience in business is well documented.
June Dally Watkins OAM, Managing Director June Dally Watkins

During my terms as Chairman of Racing NSW and The Australian Jockey Club, I had the opportunity to closely observe Angela’s outstanding marketing and promotional skills. Angela is vivacious, tenacious lady who is arguably the most experienced public relations and promotional racing person in Australia.
WH Rutledge, AM Consultant Taperell Rutledge Lawyers

Angela Belle McSweeney, one of Australia’s most fashionable track-side identities…
Elle Magazine

“Exuberant & chicly attired”, “Impeccable manners and looks”
Melissa Hoyer, The Sunday Telegraph