The AACB Staff Scholarship is designed to offer middle to senior level bureau staff an opportunity to demonstrate their professional commitment to the business events sector.
Looking to take the leap and embrace event technology, but unsure where to start? Let Entegy’s executive director Graeme Caplen break it down for you.
Courtney Fitzgerald –Power has been in the business of crafting events for the last six years. She sat down with Spice Magazine to discuss her career journey and her plans for MARK MAKERS to carve out its place in the events industry.
As guests wrap themselves in a warm coat and make their way to your event, here are some tips to consider when styling at this time of year writes Jen Rudland of DE&E.
After first disrupting the market in July 2016, Sprintr by AV1 has enjoyed huge success with corporate event organisers around Australia.
What do endangered Sun Bears have to do with corporate gifting? Find out 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.
SpiceNews sat down with industry legend Lena Malouf to discuss how she stays ahead of her competitors.
Only days remain before we close voting on Spice Magazine’s Hot 100 Services and Suppliers for 2017. Get your votes in now!
The program is designed to inspire producers, chefs, restaurant owners and food outlets to produce, use and promote good, clean and fair practices and ingredients from the local area.
Got an idea that could potentially benefit your bureau? You might just get a cash grant for it! Find out how here.
Foodies united to celebrate Australia’s famed culinary culture at Coogee Bay Hotel last week.
Whether it’s your favourite event producer or the best caterer in your city, now’s the time to share the love.
Conference delegates at Mantra Lorne can now savour a bohemian dining experience.
Customs House Heritage’s executive chef John Offenhauser talks food, inspiration and locally sourced produce.
The legendary event producer continues to support emerging talent in the industry through the fellowship.
Spice Magazine sat down with the ‘King of Desserts’ to chat sweet treats, trends and running a family business.
Wanted: armchair detectives to solve a murder over drinks and canapes.
The first announcement features an eclectic group of 10 speakers and three performers.
Beyond Experiences will this year launch a five star foodie glamping experience at the Noosa Food and Wine Festival.