Marriott International has announced plans to eliminate the use of disposable plastic straws and stirrers from its more than 6,500 properties around the world.
Spice sat down with Get Global co-founder Gary Bender to discuss the dedicated MICE tradeshow and what we can expect from this year’s event.
There’s just a few weeks left until the Restaurant Leaders Summit makes its way to Melbourne for the first time on 30 July, and time is running out to register for tickets.
Registrations to attend Convene Q in Brisbane are now open.
Sofitel Queenstown Hotel and Spa’s lobby and reception area has been completely re-imagined, revealing a fresh new look.
Privately accessed off the lobby of Pullman Adelaide, the hotel’s new Executive Lounge – to be named The Hindmarsh Club after the hotel’s unique location on Hindmarsh Square – is the first major step in the transformation of Adelaide’s Pullman hotel.
Matt White from eTouches shares a sneak peek of what he will talk about at Events Uncovered next Tuesday.
These Awards recognise the industry’s endeavours and the evolution of luxury travel while highlighting the shining stars and visionaries of the premium leisure and experiential travel markets.
EEAA Chief Executive, Joyce DiMascio said she welcomed the support being shown by Federal and State Parliamentarians, Government agency representatives who all delivered strong messages of support for the business events sector.
BridgeClimb Sydney’s unsuccessful bid to win a new 20 year contract to operate on the Sydney Harbour Bridge has marked the end of an era.
Donna Kessler from Get Global shares her insights into creating a successful incentive travel program (ITP).
Marrickville in Sydney’s inner west welcomes a new bar, brewery and tasting room.
Adelaide based PCO All Occasions Group (AOG) has won the rights to manage the World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education
The Chief Executive of Conventions and Incentives New Zealand (CINZ), Sue Sullivan, is calling for an end to GST disadvantage New Zealand-based international conferences face compared to other global destinations.
Graeme Barnett will leave his post at the end of May after 22 years with the company. Learn more here.
A female Traditional Owner will be at the helm of one of Australia’s oldest Aboriginal tourism businesses following the appointment of Djabugay descendant Shirley Hollingsworth as Tjapukai General Manager.
Sheraton on the Park has completed a $40million overhaul of its 558 guestrooms and Sheraton Club Lounge.
Tourism Australia’s specialist unit, Business Events Australia, will highlight Australia’s strengths as an incentive and association destination.
Phase one of the accommodation venture, located on the picturesque grounds of the Sirromet Wines estate will open to guests on 1 June, with 18 superbly appointed tented pavilions.
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