The Association of Australian Convention Bureaux has awarded Business Events Geelong with its Innovation Award.
Qantas has unveiled its first Boeing Dreamliner, with the first aircraft to debut at the end of 2018.
The handbook highlights the importance of incentive travel and how it helps to improve workplace productivity.
Set over 5-levels, the 120 room property offers a range of room types plus conferencing and meeting facilities. Get a sneak peek here.
The 15 lucky PCOs were treated to luxury stays, a whale watching expedition and various culariny escapades over the three days.
Under the new deal, customers can choose from a wider range of travel itineraries and fare products that will be progressively offered by the airlines.
Featuring 90 rooms, including multi-level sky penthouses providing two bedrooms, a spacious living area, two bathrooms and a deep soaking bath.
The 359-key property is perched atop the towering Keangnam Landmark72 from the 62nd to 71st floors. Take a sneak peek here.
The new relationship will better connect the region to the global community of exhibition industry professional. More details here.
The service, which will commence from December, is expected to bring 170,000 extra visitors to Queensland over four years.
Sofitel Wellington is set to welcome its first guests from October.
Developed to assist with converting business, you will be able to undertake an interactive tour of the new A$1.5b venue by simply downloading the ICC Sydney VR App.
Organisers of new or second-year events in rural and regional NSW, from January to June next year, can now apply for funding under round one of the 2018 Incubator Event Fund
Manly Pavilion boasts panoramic harbour views, a warm inviting atmosphere and an enticing seasonal menu. Click here to learn more.
New Zealand’s opposition Labour Party has this week announced plans to introduce an all-new NZ$25 (AU$22.80) tourist tax.
Ten Professional Conference Organisers (PCOs) from Melbourne were personally invited by AccorHotels to the first Hard Hat tour of Novotel Melbourne South Wharf.
Baillie Lodges has launched a new era of Australian luxury lodging with the reopening of iconic outback camp Longitude 131° at Uluru-Kata Tjuta, following a multi-million dollar refurbishment.
Business Events Cairns and Great Barrier Reef doubled the number of business events secured in 2016-17 for the destination which will deliver a $45 million boost to the Cairns regional economy.
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) was yesterday named an “Employer of Choice” by the Australian Business Awards 2017, joining an elite group of outstanding organisations recognised for excellence in employee recruitment, engagement and retention practices.
The business events secured in the first half of 2017 are set to attract over 51,000 delegates from around the world with an expected economic impact of AED 375m.