AACB recently released its latest edition of the Forward Calendar of International Business Events Report, containing an analysis of bids won, lost and bids in the pipeline by its members for the years ahead (from Jan 2018). Business events … Read more
Association of Australian Convention Bureaux (AACB)
Global Meetings Industry Day (GMID) is a day that unites the entire business events industry across the world, bringing together leaders from the meetings, incentives, conventions and exhibitions sectors to showcase the real impact that fact-to-face meetings have on people, … Read more
The voice of the business events industry will be strongly represented in the development of Australia’s future tourism strategy through the Beyond Tourism 2020 Steering Committee.
The Hon Steven Ciobo MP, Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment, has convened the … Read more
The number of international business events attracted to Australia by convention bureaux is increasing, but there is scope to strengthen our market share, according to the latest industry analysis which has been released to coincide with Global Meetings Industry Day … Read more
The importance of business events to the Australian economy and the role they play in international diplomacy should be formally recognised in Australia’s Foreign Policy White Paper, according to the Association of Australian Convention Bureaux (AACB).
In its presentation to … Read more
The business events segment of the tourism industry can help grow the Australian economy with the assistance of a series of targeted public policy measures, according to the Association of Australian Convention Bureaux (AACB).
The policy proposals are contained in … Read more
Additional support from the Federal Government for the business events industry has been welcomed by the Association of Australian Convention Bureaux (AACB).
The support has come in the form of a successful reception at the Australian High Commission in … Read more
A modest increase in the funding for Tourism Australia is a welcome sign in the federal budget according to the Association of Australian Convention Bureaux (AACB).
The 2016-17 budget contained an increase for Tourism Australia taking funding commitments to $629.4 … Read more