Crafting Unforgettable Experiences Through Flawless Execution and Versatile Spaces. In a landscape where business events often blend into a monotonous sameness, Spring Bay Mill stands as a beacon of uniqueness and excellence.
Welcome to the Autumn edition of Business Events Tasmania Magazine. Following on from the launch of our Visionary Program late last year, we have taken the opportunity to fill the pages with the profiles and stories of some of Tasmania’s brightest, boldest and bravest leaders – our Visionaries.
‘We know that business events in Tasmania are not the same as other destinations.’ says Business Events Tasmania CEO Marnie Craig.
Business Events Tasmania are thrilled to release the winter edition of their in-house magazine filled with information and content they hope will inspire your decision making!
Out now! The inaugural Business Events Tasmania Magazine. Tasmania’s new magazine highlights what’s new on the island! Despite the immense challenges delivered by the pandemic, Tasmanian tourism and hospitality operators have been working hard, with a lot of new product offered to market under the most difficult of trading conditions.
The program for the Professional Conference Organisers Association (PCOA) Conference in Tasmania from January 29 – 31, 2022, has been released, revealing a range of topics to be explored, including the industry’s recovery and future challenges, hybrid and virtual events, aviation and mental health.
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.’