The Social Legacy platform will be hosted on the MEA website and will enable event owners and organisers to record the many donations of time, supplies and financial support that the sector contributes to social programs and charities across Australia and internationally.
ClubMEA and YMEA have come together for the very time to present the final networking event on the calendar ahead of the festive season. Click here to find out more.
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.
A big congrats to AV1 for its new B Corp status.
Are you a rising star under 30? Want to attend the MEA conference this year? This scholarship is for you.
The Hogwart’s themed MEA Christmas party on Monday night attracted many fantastic beasts.
Meetings and Events Australia (MEA) announced its new Board at its AGM yesterday.
MEA held its annual NSW Career Insights Forum on last Wednesday (26 October) at UNSW’s CBD Campus.
In order to give people more time to submit their entries, the launch of the 2016 MEA National Awards has been brought forward.
Robyn Johnson is the new CEO of MEA.
MEA has announced a new format dubbed Event Pitch.
The Event Show will return to Royal Randwick in August 2016.
Following on from the news that ISES will fold, Meetings and Events Australia is offering ISES members 6 months of free membership.
Meetings and Events Australia (MEA) announced its new Board of Directors at its AGM at Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre last Tuesday.
Read on for a full list of the event industry’s many acronyms.
MEA’s lobbying has paid off with this week’s announcement that its Australian Events Academy will receive government funding.
AV company Scene Change are giving away four fully paid trips to trip to Kuala Lumpur.
MCI, the world’s largest global meeting and event management agency has merged with Tasmanian based Convention Wise
Meetings & Events Australia has become the first organisation to ban the traditional use of PowerPoint-style presentations at a major conference.