Bold, vibrant and inspiring – Spice magazine’s spring issue is out now! Unveiling the annual Hot 100 services and suppliers, the spring issue of Spice magazine celebrates the talent, creativity and innovation shaping the business events industry.
The winter 2023 issue of Spice magazine is now out! Gracing this season’s cover is the talented team from the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) – Narciso Terrenal, sous chef; Michael Hevey, first year apprentice; Akashdeep Kaur, chef de partie; Stefano Perugini, chef de partie; William Beasley, first year apprentice; and Hentry Augustin, sous chef. Blending fresh local ingredients with Melbourne’s multicultural flavours, and driven by a passion for food, this iconic venue’s modus operandi is ‘Victoria’s best, flavoured by Melbourne.’
In this May/June 2023 edition our cover story takes you to Wellington and we also visit Southland/Fiordland, and the West Coast. We look at the latest team building experiences, review the Rotorua Australian Roadshow and provide our regular industry news, events, people on the move and social pages. Of course we also have updates from our key partners BEIA and NZEA.
Welcome to the Autumn edition of Business Events Tasmania Magazine. Following on from the launch of our Visionary Program late last year, we have taken the opportunity to fill the pages with the profiles and stories of some of Tasmania’s brightest, boldest and bravest leaders – our Visionaries.
In line with the Anti-Discrimination and Human Rights Legislation Amendment (Respect at Work) Bill 2022, ICC Sydney encourages behaviour and communication that is respectful with every interaction at the venue.
Gold Coast Australia 16 November 2022 The Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre (GCCEC) has relaunched its grant program following a two-year hiatus. The Linkage Grant Program helps promote the Gold Coast as a destination for international business events by providing grants of up to $8,000 to support attendance at international conferences.