The six month program has paired mentees and mentors from each state and territory across Australia and is designed to grow leadership skills in the Australian events industry.
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AirAsia has announced the first-ever international flights from Geelong’s Avalon Airport will take flight from 5 December, 2018, connecting the port city to over 130 destinations.
Often overlooked by its big city counterparts, Canberra has really shed its underdog status in recent years. The compact city is now a haven of stylish restaurants, boutique shopping, hip cafes and hidden laneway bars. Spice heads to Canberra to uncover some of the city’s exciting new secrets.
The Brisbane Convention Bureau has boosted conference business to the Queensland capital by more than AU$96 million, according to latest figures.
Sofitel Queenstown Hotel and Spa’s lobby and reception area has been completely re-imagined, revealing a fresh new look.
Discovery Parks – Barossa has launched 12 luxurious glamping tents set amongst native gums with vineyard views.
Spice caught up with Lizard Island’s General Manager, Emilio Fortini to find out what makes this private Island so perfect for events.
Business Events Australia re-created a mini field of light, Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour and the Australian open over three created ‘event zones’. Get a sneak peek on what went down here.
BridgeClimb Sydney’s unsuccessful bid to win a new 20 year contract to operate on the Sydney Harbour Bridge has marked the end of an era.
A group of event planners from the association, corporate and not-for-profit sectors recently discovered Darwin.
When it opens on 01 August 2018, RACV Cape Schank Resort will become the first premium accommodation of its size to open on the Mornington Peninsula. More details here.
You voted in record numbers and we listened. Say hello to this year’s top hotels, resorts and venues.
Calls for a brand new purpose-built convention centre in Queenstown have been renewed following the arrival of the 6,000 strong Amway China delegation in the tourist hotspot just last week.
The Chief Executive of Conventions and Incentives New Zealand (CINZ), Sue Sullivan, is calling for an end to GST disadvantage New Zealand-based international conferences face compared to other global destinations.
Camp Glenorchy was deliberately designed with one thought in mind: “What if every single act of design and construction made the world a better place?” Learn more here.
AccorHotels celebrated the official launch of its latest property SO/ Auckland last night with an exclusive event attended by VIP guests and media.
Qualified buyers from across eight countries have arrived in Auckland, New Zealand in droves for CINZ MEETINGS 2018, the country’s largest business events industry showcase.
Jack Ukil, Director of Sales, Cvent Australia discusses how the new regulations will effect Aussie planners.
Canberra themed vending machines will be set up in areas of high foot traffic in Sydney and Melbourne between 25 and 31 May 2018.
A female Traditional Owner will be at the helm of one of Australia’s oldest Aboriginal tourism businesses following the appointment of Djabugay descendant Shirley Hollingsworth as Tjapukai General Manager.