Brisbane to host two major US conventions

The two large-scale conventions are first-time events for the city and are expected to bring in a combined contribution of $35 million to the Queensland economy.

Xerocon kicks off in Brisbane

Dubbed “Coachella for accountants”, the annual conference is back with a skate ramp, nail salon and barber shop for delegates.

Robots set to take over Brisbane

Self-driving cars, robotic assistants or robotics that fly or swim are likely to be on the agenda of a new conference for Brisbane.

Convene Q to focus on speaker programs

Delegates at Convene Queensland (Convene Q) on July 29 are set to get the lowdown on ‘The Who, How and Why of your Conference Speaker Program’.

World cancer experts come together in Brisbane

Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre welcomed 1200 of the world’s most eminent cancer specialists last week, to talk about the elimination of cancer as a life threatening disease for future generations.

Aerospace experts tune into Brisbane

World aeronautics experts have converged on Brisbane this week for the 28th Congress of the International Council of the Aeronautical Sciences 2012.

EEAA steps up presence in Queensland

The Exhibition and Event Association of Australasia has taken its message to Queensland, holding its board meeting and a series of round table and networking events at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre which will host the G20 Conference in 201


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