The hotly anticipated issue of Spice magazine’s winter issue is out now – in print and digital!
A group of conference planners representing a diverse array of associations and organisations recently discovered for themselves why the multi award-winning Darwin Convention Centre and the Top End of the Northern Territory present such strong appeal for business events.
This year’s Domino’s ANZ Rally was held at the Gold Coast Convention & Exhibition Centre (GCCEC), the largest regional convention centre in Australia.
“It’s always been a dream of ours to bring the ANZ Rally to the Gold Coast,” Matthew says. “The Convention Centre seemed to be the perfect spot to host the event.”
The PCO Association will feature events law specialist Matt Crouch in its webinar on Event Contract Law – Revisiting Force Majeure, postponements, cancellations and conversion to virtual/hybrid.
In this edition our cover story focuses on Cairns & Great Barrier Reef – an inspiring read not to be missed! Closer to home we bring you plenty of news from Rotorua, Bay of Plenty and Taupo.
A timely conversation about sustainability with inventor Veena Sahajwalla is part of a new podcast series to be launched by the Professional Conference Organisers Association (PCOA) on June 6.
Among others sharing their expertise and insights are professional speaker Michael McQueen and aviation expert Matthew Findlay. The first podcast will feature McQueen’s insights.
International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney) has launched the second edition of Sydney InView magazine, providing readers with a deep dive into the latest trends from ICC Sydney and the vibrant city within which its nestled.
Following the recent 26th Annual United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) held in Glasgow, the topic of sustainability is on everyone’s minds, including MICE buyers like associations, corporates and conference organizers, all eager to enforce effective policies and positive outcomes.
The Government of Western Australia has handed down its 2022-23 State Budget, announcing an increase of $31 million in funding for tourism events. This includes $20 million for a new Major Events Fund of which $5 million has been allocated for hosting business events.
Wellington is living up to its name as New Zealand’s vibrant capital with a busy events calendar and exciting developments in store.