Tammy Marshall, founder of the B Hive, and former P&O Cruises SVP and TFE Hotels’ COO has been announced as the keynote speaker for the upcoming Women in Tourism Leadership lunch.
Events Uncovered 2018 is expanding its talks program and invites you to pitch.
Last Thursday night (Dec 7), 3000 kids and families from Sydney Children’s Hospital attended the VIP opening night of Australia’s biggest Christmas festival.
More than 300 of South Australia’s cultural leaders, artists and creatives celebrated the 12th annual Ruby Awards on Saturday 2 December, 2017.
Events Uncovered returns to The Argyle, Sydney, on July 3, 2018.
If you only attend one Christmas party this year, make it the MEA industry event in your state.
Six Italian chefs joined forces to produce a menu showcasing regional Italian cuisine at the opening party of the Sydney Italian Festival.
More than fifty women will come together next week to learn leadership lessons from three guest panellists at the first Melbourne Women in Tourism Leadership Lunch event.
The industry initiative was developed in partnership with TAFE NSW and Apprenticeships Support Australia.
On Friday 20 October 2017, Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour hosted 135 key clients, PCOs, partners […]
Cracka Wines will be giving all event attendees a vine to take home and plant as part of their Urban Vineyard Project.
The special event was a celebration for the annual Japanese holiday that honours arts, culture, and academic pursuits.
The Women in Tourism Leadership Lunch is set to debut in Melbourne in November.
The EEAA has announced overnight the 2017 finalists of its premier annual Awards for Excellence.
This shindig is about craft beer, good deeds and fun times with friends.
Got a burning idea for next year’s Vivid program? Get your EOI in now.
The three-day car rally will see the field of around 200 cars visit all key regions, including Port Douglas, Innisfail and the Atherton Tablelands.
93 per cent of Kiwis attended at least one live event in the last 12 months, proving to be more socially active than their peers in Australia.
The 15 lucky PCOs were treated to luxury stays, a whale watching expedition and various culariny escapades over the three days.
A senior project manager at Ontario Canada’s Regional Tourism Organisation 4 Inc (RTO4) was awarded AACB’s coveted scholarship.