The future is bright for Australia’s business events sector, with almost 400 international events secured.
The Association of Australian Convention Bureaux will host its 30th annual conference in Melbourne.
The Association of Australian Convention Bureaux (AACB) has welcomed the Federal Government’s modest increase in funding for Tourism 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 NSW Government’s tourism and major events agency, Destination NSW, has joined The Association of Australian Convention Bureaux (AACB
Almost half of the international association conventions won have a confirmed exhibition. Without the strategic bidding activities of convention bureaux, these opportunities would simply not occur in Australia, AACB says.
The Association of Australian Convention Bureaux has awarded Business Events Geelong with its Innovation Award.
A senior project manager at Ontario Canada’s Regional Tourism Organisation 4 Inc (RTO4) was awarded AACB’s coveted scholarship.
The revised visa system needs to have a greater focus on high-growth countries with low-risk and high-yield travellers, says AACB CEO Andrew Heibl.
The AACB Staff Scholarship is designed to offer middle to senior level bureau staff an opportunity to demonstrate their professional commitment to the business events sector.
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‘Where’s the national convention bid fund in the latest budget?’ asks AACB chief exec Andrew Heibl.
The initiative will be celebrated by MICE communities all over the world.
A survey which aims to highlight perceived skill gaps in the industry will be presented to MEA, AACB and EEAA members.
AACB urges the government to include business events in its latest foreign policy white paper.
Australia is now trialling an online visa application service for Chinese travellers.
The Association of Australian Convention Bureaux will come together in support of the Melbourne Convention Bureau, for its part in establishing Business Events Week around Australia’s international business events exhibition, AIME
The upcoming Association of Australian Convention Bureaux staff conference will be held at Voyages Ayers Rock Resort with a theme of ‘Get CeNTred’, attracting over 80 convention bureau staff from around Australia.
The 2012 Association of Australian Convention Bureaux Staff Conference will be held at The Uluru Meeting Place, Voyages Ayers Rock Resort
If you’ve ever wondered what exactly a convention bureau is and how you can best use them for your next conference, you’re invited to learn more with the “What is the Bureau” seminars across the country.