The Federal Government has today confirmed a $2 million allocation to measure the impact and benefit of business events.
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ICMS Australasia (ICMSA) has expanded its geographic footprint and opened an office in Christchurch, New Zealand. Karen Hamilton, who has been working in the New Zealand business events sector for the past 16 years, has assumed the new role of Director New Zealand.
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South Australian based All Occasions Group will manage the state’s inaugural Industry Climate Change Conference next month in Adelaide. More than 250 companies have already registered their interest in the conference that aims to help inform businesses on sustainably and reducing their carbon footprint.
A major milestone in the lead up to opening of Tākina was celebrated this week with Wellington City Council receiving the keys to its new convention centre. The venue will officially open end of May, with the test events taking place earlier in May.
Accor Pacific has announced a reshuffle of its executive team with a number of new promotions.
With a focus on streamlining events, Koushik Bhattacharya joins the Cliftons business with a background in digital marketing and running a Customer Experience Centre for HCL Tech.
Through the combined efforts of the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre (GCCEC), Destination Gold Coast and the Neural Network Society, the city has won the world’s premier international conference in the area of neural networks theory, analysis and applications.
Two organisations are looking for leadership replacements after Mark Day announced this week via social media that he was leaving the business events industry. Day, who has been with Business Events Geelong for 10 years as its Business Events Manager, will leave for a career change in the real estate industry in a few weeks.