Australia’s tourism industry continues to be a ‘super sector’ for the nation’s economy, with strong growth in both international and domestic visitor numbers. The extreme levels of occupancy we are experiencing in Sydney and Melbourne CBD’s, translates to upwards of … Read more
“Technology can make life profoundly better for associations once they address the five most common reasons for resisting it,’ says Lloyd Grosse of Internet Vision Technologies (Association Online) who has worked with dozens of associations to transform their member services.… Read more
Many events struggle with sponsorship. It is not that they struggle to get sponsors, it is more that with the ever-evolving events industry, sponsorship does not work like it used to and we need to get better at making it … Read more
The Do’s and Don’ts of Social Media for Events – a Look at Both Sides of the Story.
Social media is a hot topic these days so it’s important to evaluate its place at your next conference. It can be … Read more
If the shower is the tardis for your thoughts, is shampoo the lubricant for your brain? Or is that a step too far?
Standing in the shower is as powerful a thought generation mechanism as 4am light bulb ideas or … Read more
Jenifer Dwyer Slee has received a Lifetime Award from the Professional Conference Organisers (PCO) Association, marking the first time a Canberran has been honoured with the award and making her one of only eight Australians to be awarded the title. … Read more