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.
The conference will see $13.2 million injected into the state’s visitor economy and provide 17,872 bed nights whilst simultaneously creating 119 jobs.
Adelaide will host more than 2,000 delegates from around the globe when it hosts Australia’s largest tourism conference next year.
Destination NSW has expanded its team to include an all new regional conferencing manager. Find out who here.
SpiceNews sat down with Laura Schwartz, the former Director of Events for the White House, to discuss her career journey and what it was like running events for the Clinton Administration.
Dubai is the only city in the Middle East and Africa to appear in the top 25 in the rankings.
A survey which aims to highlight perceived skill gaps in the industry will be presented to MEA, AACB and EEAA members.
Megan Green is an award-winning EA who will be speaking at the upcoming 5th Annual Australia National EA/PA Conference.
The 5th Annual Australia National EA/PA Conference will take place in Melbourne from 10 – 12 April 2017 and Sydney from 19 – 21 April 2017.
MCB puts EOI out on AIME 2019 – 2020.
A new international event has launched focusing on the challenges that event venues face in managing the increasing technology demands of customers.
Juice Plus has chosen Gold Coast as the host city for its annual conference.
Meetings and Events Australia (MEA) will celebrate its 40th national conference next year at the new International Convention Centre Sydney
Connect with domestic and international suppliers as a hosted buyer at AIME 2017.
Spice caught up with Cindy-Lee Bakos from MCI Australia who just oversaw the largest non-medical congress to ever be held in Victoria.
The team over at the World Business Forum are giving you the chance to win a ticket.
Introducing Get Global, a conference and exhibition that will focus exclusively on Australia’s outbound market.
EEAA has accepted ICC Sydney’s invitation to host its annual event at the venue as one of 24 official test events later this year.
Event planners and media from around the world have arrived in Auckland for Meetings.
Geoff Donaghy from ICC shares his thoughts on the marriage between hotels and convention centres.