Industry advocate, BECA Chair steps down The Business Events Council of Australia (BECA) has announced that Independent Chair of the peak industry body, Dr Vanessa Findlay, has stepped down from the role after leading the business events industry’s advocacy and federal government lobbying efforts throughout the turbulent period of the COVID-19 pandemic. On completing her tenure as Chair, Dr Findlay…
March 28 has now passed and so too has JobKeeper, the vital support mechanism that supported the Business Events Industry over the months that saw its revenue streams decimated by between 75-100%.
Prime Minister announces $50 million injection to drive confidence for Australia’s business events industry MEDIA RELEASE:10 September 2020 • BECA welcomes $50 million funding announcement which will instil confidence and build momentum for Australia’s business events industry. • Government funding granted in response to BECA’s Recovery and Rebound Framework which highlighted the devastating impact of the pandemic and the need…
BECA appears before Senate Select Committee on COVID-19 for reinforcements to support Australia’s $35.7 billion industry
21 August 2020
• BECA has called for targeted government support that will build confidence and create momentum for people to get back to in-person business events.
• Border restrictions continue to impose the most significant challenge impeding the recovery of the business events industry.