Producers, Managers
and Convenors

Gold Coast Convention And Exhibition Centre Appoints Executive Manager – Sales

Gold Coast Queensland 20 May 2024 The Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre (GCCEC) has appointed Anna Case as Executive Manager of Sales. Anna brings more than 25 years’ experience in sales, leadership and management to the role where she will lead the sales team in generating business opportunities for the venue and promoting the Gold Coast as the destination of choice for business events.

Connected Event Group – NEW LED SOLUTIONS

At Connected Event Group, we’re constantly updating our products to bring you the latest in event technology. We’re thrilled to unveil our newest additions to our LED product lineup: Portable LED Banners, Corner LED and Flexible LED.

We also recently launched our event Wayfinders, the perfect solution to event navigation in large venues.

Embracing Change and 2024 Event Predictions with Michael Fleck

Michael Fleck guides us through the dynamic landscape of business events in 2024. Michael delves into the importance of not just talking about sustainability but implementing policies and practices that create a lasting impact and emphasises the need for events to be ‘real,’ resonating with audiences regardless of their format.

The Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre Launches 5-Year Sustainability Strategy

In a further pledge to operating in an environmentally conscious way, the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre (GCCEC) has launched their 5-year Sustainability Strategy.

The strategy provides a structured and staged approach to GCCEC’s dedication to minimising environmental impact. The organisation is actively contributing to the global effort by aligning to UN Sustainable Development Goals as guiding principles for its initiatives. 

meeting newz March / April 2024

In this March/April edition we learn a bit more about Queenstown – Southern Lakes and Manawatu-Palmerston North. We also discover Adelaide, South Australia. We have coverage of famils for Kirikiriroa Hamilton and Melbourne.

Destination NSW takes Aim at the Business Events Growth

Destination NSW this week launched a fresh approach to growing the business events sector in regional NSW at the Asia Pacific Incentives and Meetings Expo (AIME) in Melbourne, with new messaging aligned to its ‘Feel New’ visitor brand. Showcasing immersive visitor experiences in regional NSW, the new ‘Corporate events that feel anything but’ positioning presents an engaging alternative to the traditional business event experience.