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.
The Events Transition Support Payment scheme (ETSP), will be extended to 31 January 2023 and expanded to include business events, Economic and Regional Development Minister Stuart Nash announced today.
With the successful delivery of an array of face-to-face events in early 2022, Luna Park Venues is on track for a busy and exciting year ahead.
With confidence growing in all sectors and restrictions easing across most States the focus is on ensuring guests can return to enjoying face-to-face learning and networking.
Joyce DiMascio micenet sat down with the new chair of the Australian business events industry’s advocacy body the Business Events Council of Australia to find out the challenges and priorities for a big job ahead.
Conferencing in an ever-changing climate.
New Zealand will be showcasing its new venues and activities to the Asia Pacific meetings and events industry with a new hybrid stand at this year’s AIME trade show.
There is still time to apply for the Regional Business Event Development Fund, with the application period extended until 6 March 2022, or sooner if the fund is fully committed before this date.
Put the coffee on and enjoy the latest edition of New Zealand’s Meeting Newz.
Event Saver is one of several investments the NSW Government is making as part of its NSW COVID-19 Economic Recovery Plan and is intended to boost event organiser confidence to allow for continued planning and staging of Major Events across NSW over the year ahead.