The program for the Professional Conference Organisers Association (PCOA) Conference in Tasmania from January 29 – 31, 2022, has been released, revealing a range of topics to be explored, including the industry’s recovery and future challenges, hybrid and virtual events, aviation and mental health.
In response to recent challenges, Business Events Geelong in partnership with Regional Development Victoria and Great Ocean Road Regional Tourism, have established a joint monetary incentive program to stimulate business events in the Barwon South West regions post COVID-19.
Exhibitors are champing at the bit to show their wares at the 2021 PCOA annual conference, undeterred by a change of date.
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EventsAIR was named the winner of five Stevie® Awards in the 17th Annual International Business Awards® announced on 16 August. EventsAIR as a company and its OnAIR virtual and hybrid event solution both won the Gold Stevie® Awards, CEO Trevor Gardiner and The EventsAIR Support Department both won the Silver Gold Stevie® Awards, and the EventsAIR Software Development Team won the Bronze Gold Stevie® Award.
International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney) has welcomed the industry’s inclusion in the New South Wales (NSW) Government’s roadmap to reopen and is preparing to welcome in person events back to the venue from mid-October.
PCOA is planning on get members off to a flying start to 2022.
The Association postponed its 2021 conference, scheduled for early December, in the wake of new COVID-19 outbreaks.
The 2021 conference has been moved to 29-31 January 2022, and the venue, Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart, is unchanged.
Creating a complete experience for event participants is so important. The venue, food, speakers – it all blends together. And, of course, there’s the audio-visual component.
We’ve all been at events where the audio just isn’t working. Situations like when people at the back of the room can’t hear the speaker. Or where the microphones are suffering from interference. The list of potential issues is long.
The Darwin Convention Centre has made an impressive leap into the top ten finalists list for the prestigious APEX Award competition which is conducted by the International Association of Convention Centres (AIPC).