Conventions and Incentives New Zealand (CINZ) is strengthened its marketing presence in Australia with the appointment of a new business development manager.
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The Radisson Plaza Hotel Sydney held an event last night (September 22) to promote its conference and meeting solutions.
Incentive travel planners have a responsibility to promote best-practice environmental and humanitarian components for conferences and travel incentives, according to a leading Australian performance and incentive company.
Exhibition Hire has announced the acquisition of Melbourne-based exhibition and conference industry supplier, Expo Hire. The acquisition also includes Exhibit (custom stands) and Event Xtra (corporate events).
The ACT’s first-ever craft beer festival has been deemed a huge success after more than 1500 people turned up to the National Capital Craft Beer Festival at Canberra’s Olims Hotel on Saturday (September 20).
The Stella Hospitality Group is gearing up to open Melbourne Airport’s largest hotel — the 277-room Mantra Tullamarine — on October 29.
Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, will launch non-stop daily services from Melbourne to its Abu Dhabi home base from March 2009.
The Cook Islands Tourism Corporation launched its new Australia marketing campaign on Wednesday (September 17) to highlight the region’s strong elements of romance, secluded escape, gentle immersion, my family, history and legends, connection to the envir
Melbourne’s newest and largest multipurpose accommodation and events facility, Rydges Bell City, has opened this month in Preston in the city’s north.
The Australian Financial Review has carried out a coup de grace by securing five of Australia’s leading chairmen to speak at its inaugural Chanticleer Lunch.
Thailand’s MICE and tourism sectors sighed a breath of relief following yesterday’s (September 15) lifting of a two-week-old state of emergency in the capital Bangkok.
Actor Tara Morice of Strictly Ballroom opened Canberra’s annual spring flower show in Floriade on Saturday (September 13) to mark this year’s theme, ‘Films that shaped our nation’.
Victoria’s Mount Buller ski resort underwent a $44 million upgrade this year to meet more discerning guest expectations.
The Tourism and Transport Forum (TTF) is lobbying the Federal Government to build and upgrade roads around Sydney to stimulate tourism.
The Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre (SCEC) has become the first convention venue in Australia to be certified for excellent performance in occupational health and safety (OH&S).
Hilton Cairns is injecting more than $1 million into a major refurbishment of its events floor that will rate as one of the city’s most technologically advanced event spaces when completed in October.
The promoter of the $1.5-million Super X Australasian SuperCross Championship has denied widespread reports that the event had been cancelled, saying it would go ahead “by nook or by crook”.
Events NSW and the Confederation of Australian Motor Sports have announced a new international motor sport event for the Tweed Coast worth an estimated $100 million.
Two of the MICE market’s most prestigious international speakers will share an insight into the industry at Conventions & Incentives New Zealand (CINZ) next month.
The iconic Grand Hyatt Melbourne will reopen after a $45 million redevelopment in time for the Spring Racing Carnival.