THE NSW government has been forced to begin an “alternate delivery process” for Sydney’s temporary exhibition facilities, which are urgently required to provide space during the pending redevelopment of the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre.
A survey completed by 93% of the 180 hosted buyers and media that took part in pre AIME tours from 23-24 February, indicated that they either plan to (83%) or may (17%) bring business to Melbourne/regional Victoria in the future.
If you want to exhibit at Luxperience in September, it’s time to move fast as space is limited, advises the show’s ceo and business pioneer, Helen Logas.
MCI announces acquisition of creative events agency.
Describing Heads of Agreement reached between the government and SKYCITY as desperately needed and long overdue, Conventions and Incentives New Zealand (CINZ) chief executive Alan Trotter said, “I really applaud the government for their innovative and pragmatic approach to the challenge of building an international convention centre in these tough economic times.
SKYCITY Entertainment Group will commit $315m to build and fit out the New Zealand International Convention Centre (NZICC) following the signing of a Heads of Agreement with the New Zealand Government today.
25 years on and many awards later, the management and staff of the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre had good reason to celebrate this week by collecting four awards at the annual Meetings & Events Australia’s national Industry Awards of excellence.
Jacqui Timmins takes over at AIME and CIBTM.
BestCities Global Alliance is showing international medical associations it’s just what the doctor ordered with partners hosting some of the world’s most prestigious medical conferences over the next three years.
The Australian Institute of Tourism Officers (AITO), a leader in tourism professional development for tourism professionals has chosen Port Stephens to host their conference 31 July - 2 August.
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