Adelaide Venue Management is delighted to announce the appointment of Martin Radcliffe as Adelaide Convention Centre General Manager
Today, New Zealand’s borders begin reopening, with Australians the first of our friends to be welcomed back
An investigation into whether professional conference organisers’ payment structures need to change – particularly in the context of the pandemic – delves into an under-discussed area touching on a myriad of issues faced by our service-based, pop-up, one-shot-to-get-it-right business.
Applications are open for the Advance Program 2022/23, Tourism Australia’s international business events marketing partnership initiative.
Darwin Convention Centre wins GOLD in the category for Business Event Venues at the 2021 Australian Tourism Awards. This year the awards highlighted the achievements of tourism businesses throughout the COVID pandemic and the resilience of the tourism industry over the past two years.
The Riverside Company, a global private equity firm, has invested in EventsAIR, an Australian events management software solutions provider for in-person, virtual and hybrid events. Additional investors taking part include EventsAIR’s founder, Trevor Gardiner, several other members of the management team, and incoming CEO Matthew Donegan-Ryan. This substantial investment in EventsAIR is one of the largest ever in a private events technology company.
The Business Events Council of Australia (BECA) welcomes yesterday’s announcement by the Morrison Government to extend Tourism Australia’s highly successful bid fund program by AUD$5 million as part of an AUD$60 million package to bring back international visitors.
Applications for Round Two of the Regional Events Acceleration Fund are now open, with a further $20 million in funding for events hosted in regional NSW between July 2022 and June 2023.
Business events will be a key driver of this recovery, both locally and globally. Bringing communities, markets and industries together face to face has always and will remain the best way to drive innovation and business. Business events are the fast track to recovery.
Tourism Australia’s new international business events brand campaign, There’s Nothing Like Australia, and the latest iteration of the domestic business events marketing campaign, Event Here This Year has been unveiled.