The Northern Territory’s specialisations in the health sector were on show recently in Darwin when the Northern Territory Convention Bureau (NTCB) and industry partners hosted event planners and senior office bearers from a range of health sector associations.
Taking place 20-21 November on the Sunshine Coast, this year’s program features a day of industry based, collaborative Workshops followed by a day of Masterclasses led by ground-breakers from beyond the events industry.
The proposed Ritz Carlton and residences tower at The Star Sydney complex, together with works in a connected ribbon development, will include new resort amenities, significantly more food and beverage offerings and a neighbourhood centre. Learn more here.
Spice takes a trip to Taupo, New Zealand to get a taste of what it has to offer corporate event planners.
Laura Schwartz, White House Director of Events during the Clinton Administration, will be MC and keynote speaker at the debut two-day event. Learn more about the event here.
Mentors and Masterminds: do you need one and how to find one. The upcoming Melbourne Women in Tourism Leadership lunch will be held on Thursday September 20 at Sofitel on Collins, Melbourne and will address the topic of mentoring and its role in your career, including benefits to both mentors and mentees.
The 29th Association of Australian Convention Bureau Annual (AACB) Conference has kicked off on the Sunshine Coast.
Samantha Cahn, winner of the inaugural David Grant Creativity Project, completed an arts/law degree but then chose not to go down the traditional legal path. Here she shares what she loves most about the events industry and why her decision to pursue creativity was reaffirmed by a trip to C2 Montreal.
Hammons Holdings, the newly-appointed concessionaire of Sydney Harbour Bridge Tourism Activities, today announced it has successfully agreed a term sheet with OTTTO Holdings Pty Ltd to acquire the existing BridgeClimb Sydney assets.
Lauren Detez, Arinex’ Project Coordinator based in Perth – and this year’s Meetings and Events Australia (MEA) Ungerboeck Scholarship recipient for Western Australia – shares what it is about events that she loves
Hyatt Regency Sydney this week unveiled a creative new event concept that will allow function guests to interact and engage with the hotel’s hospitality team and fellow event attendees like never before.
Harry the hirer Productions is welcoming new recruits Marcus Pugh and Mike Davis to the team.
Three event management students recently battled to style nine tablescapes for three stylists in three hours, while being videoed at a new Melbourne venue.
At the age of 30 and only 3.5 years working at The Star, Samantha Valente has risen the ranks of their events team at a rapid pace – from Events Executive to her current position as Director of Events. Learn more about her career journey here.
The ECO Certification program assures groups that certified products are backed by a strong, well-managed commitment to sustainable practices and provides high quality nature-based tourism experiences.
Sydney has pushed well ahead of Melbourne and Brisbane as the most popular destination for professional association conferences for the 2017/18 financial year, according to new aggregated data from conference sales platform, Conference Monitor.
Trippas White Group has been awarded the tender for the delivery and management of food and beverage services at the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney and Domain.
Tania de Jong AM – Founder and CEO, Creative Universe, Creative Australia and Creative Innovation Global shares why she is inspired to speak at the PCOA18 conference.
I’m a female owner of my own events company, I’m black and I have a visual impairment and I follow technology trends and its impact on society. I’m making a point, so please keep reading.
Valiant Events incorporated interactive elements and immersive theming to transform the event space and take the experience to the next level.