Exhibitors are champing at the bit to show their wares at the 2021 PCOA annual conference, undeterred by a change of date.
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.
Barry Neame is half of the double act that owns Canberra-based conference and event management company, Consec.
Neame and his wife Pamela have run the business for 26 years specialising in association conferences and association management.
The difficulties of the past 15 months don’t compare to anything they have experienced in the quarter of a century of running the business together.
A long supporter of the business events sector, the PCO Association (PCOA) is proud of what it has achieved for its members and business partners during the past 12 months.
Technology and social media platforms kept the PCOA family together when we stood physically apart.
As the Professional Conference Organiser Association’s (PCOA) annual conference draws nearer, the organisers share more about the event.
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ICC Sydney launched its 2020 Menu Collection at PCOA 2019 this past December. Carefully curated by Executive Chef Tony Panetta, Director of Culinary Services, Lynell Peck and Beverage Operations & Cellar Manager, William Wilson, both beverage and food collections first featured on ICC Sydney’s stand as well as throughout the event’s catering to more than 400 attendees. ICC Sydney’s culinary…
Barry Neame mentioned at the closing session that we “should all be proud” of what we have achieved over the past few days as part of the business events sector that is worth over $38 billion dollars to the Australian economy.
Business Events Tasmania (BET) welcomes the opportunity to showcase Tasmania’s conferencing and business event capabilities to industry professionals at the PCOA Conference 2020 in Hobart.
BET’s Chief Executive Officer Marnie Craig said ‘our team is excited that so many PCOs, in-house event planners and meeting industry professionals will enjoy first-hand, a genuine Tasmanian experience. We’re confident that the conference will leave a lasting impression on delegates.’
Barry Neame, PCO Association president is delighted to confirm this year’s PCOA Conference and Exhibition networking function will be held on Starship Sydney and supported by Shorty’s Liquor. Starship Sydney is Sydney Harbour’s largest cruising glass vessel offering modern facilities, the latest in nautical engineering allowing for whisper quiet cruising plus remarkable stability. The award-winning Starship Sydney is the perfect…