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BEN breaking news – MCB re-signs Reed Travel Exhibitions for AIME through to 2018

AIME to be run by Reed for a further three years. 

Melbourne Convention Bureau has just announced the three year renewal of its long-time partnership with Reed Travel Exhibitions to manage the Asia-Pacific Incentives and Meetings Expo (AIME).

Management contracts have been signed this week extending Reed’s tenure through to 2018, with MCB ceo Karen Bolinger and Reed’s Nick Pilbeam saying they are “excited by the possibilities that this multi-year partnership will generate”.

“We know this show inside out and we are thrilled to continue to work with one of Australia’s leading Bureaux, one that is so deeply committed to the business events industry,” Pilbeam said.

Bolinger said AIME is entering a new era which will see “collaboration and inspiration re-invigorate the whole experience for attendees and stakeholders”.

AIME 2016 will take place in Melbourne 23-24 February 2016.

More information in Monday’s edition of Business Events News.


The above Breaking News Alert was sent to Business Events News subscribers on 24 Jul 15

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