First exhibitors announced for Events Uncovered 2020

Our annual expo is back to give you the connections and inspiration to plan future events.

The first exhibitors have been revealed for this year’s Events Uncovered, the must-attend boutique trade expo for event professionals.

Taking on a new hybrid format for the 2020 show, Events Uncovered will showcase leading suppliers and venues, giving event profs the connections and inspiration to plan their future events.

The first exhibitors have been announced and include:

  • Destination North Coast NSW
  • Hyde Hacienda Sydney Bar + Lounge
  • Merlin Entertainments
  • Musicland
  • Sydney Masonic Centre
  • Sprintr by AV1
  • Stamford Hotels
  • The BlackTies Magicians

Each exhibitor will be on location at Sydney Masonic Centre to meet with in-person attendees, and will also have the ability to meet with virtual attendees from anywhere in Australia.

The exhibition component is free to attend and registration is open now.

Events uncovered exhibitors
Merlin Entertainments is back again for another year. Credit: Mr. W Photography.

Those who’ve attended Events Uncovered in the past will know, this isn’t your average tradeshow – expect creative, out-of-the-box booths and exciting ways of meeting.

Alongside the expo, the Spice Knowledge Sessions will feature a full-day conference program with a line-up of expert speakers on the agenda. Take a sneak peek at the program here.

Tickets are on sale now for the conference program, and offer attendees the flexibility to secure now and decide on their format – virtual or in-person – later. Get your tickets here.

Want to join this year’s exhibitor line-up and showcase your venue or service to decision-makers in corporate events?

Contact the Events Uncovered team for more details.

Check out the highlights from Events Uncovered 2019 here.

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