Yesterday saw the inaugural Destination Food 2018 conference take place at the Museum of Sydney.
One of the key presentations at the upcoming Event Summit looks at how Sold Out Events delivered multiple activation programs for sponsors and rights holders at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Find out who made the Cvent’s 2018 Top 10 hot list here.
Staff from Frucor Suntory travelled to Tangalooma Island Resort for three days and two nights for their annual conference. Here’s what went down.
Event planners, PCOs and suppliers have arrived in Adelaide in droves for the 2018 MEA National Conference. Here’s a rundown on what’s happening over the next few days.
A one day events industry ‘super’ conference has been announced for June 14 in Sydney.
More than 500 delegates from around the world are expected to attend the five-day AAMAS conference in April/May 2020.
Last-minute venue hurdles, two-day travel journeys and 38 degree temperatures have been just some of the challenges in delivering a conference in remote Western Australia.
Today is Global Meetings Industry Day, a celebration that shines a light of the direct impact meetings have on businesses, communities and economies.
The launch of a first ever multi-million dollar fund to attract business events to Australia is the Government’s biggest commitment to the industry to date, says Arinex CEO, Tamara Kavalec.
Association of Australian Convention Bureaux (AACB) CEO Andrew Hiebl believes the Federal Government’s $12m Bid Fund Program for the business events industry will help reverse Australia’s recent decline in global ranking and market share.
The Exhibition and Event Association of Australasia (EEAA) has announced a diverse line up of speakers ahead of its annual International Women’s Day Breakfast, which takes place next Thursday (8 March) at Doltone House Hyde Park.
With the future of AIME in new hands, Reed Travel Exhibition’s Graeme Barnett and Angela Sciacca discuss the possibility of a new MICE event for Asia-Pacific and why acquiring quality buyers is tougher than ever.
The Asia-Pacific Incentives and Meetings Expo (AIME) 2018 came to a close last night, after two eventful days of meetings and networking events. Here’s what the exhibitors had to say…
The world’s largest online video conference for video creators and industry professionals, VidCon, will return to Melbourne in 2018 and 2019, after a successful debut event in the city last year.
Sunshine Coast has successfully bid for the Association of Australian Convention Bureau’s (AACB) annual conference, which will take place from 12-14 August 2018.
ICC Sydney has reported that delegates attending events at the convention centre generated a total of $785m in direct expenditure for New South Wales during the venue’s first year of operation, greatly exceeding the initial target of $200m.
The Langham, Melbourne has announced plans to expand and renovate its ballroom, with work scheduled to be completed by February 2019.
Mumbai-headquartered company Asian Paints required a location that would cater for 900 pax with vast ages and fitness levels, and still provide a memorable business conference. Click here to see the highlights.
Meetings in Da Nang Vietnam just got a little more Grand.