Business events are a major driver for Australia’s economy, and ICC Sydney is playing a key role in driving positive returns for the city and State, including an anticipated AU$5bn dollars in economic benefit to NSW over 25 years. The recent Sydney International Boat Show – ICC Sydney’s largest public exhibition to date – shows Australia’s new premier exhibition, convention and entertainment venue is delivering...
On behalf of the country’s Business Events industry, the Association of Australian Convention Bureaux (AACB) has welcomed the opportunity to give advice on streamlining Australia’s visa system to the Department of Immigration and Border Protection.
UFI and the EEAA have signed a Memorandum of Understanding, collaborating in areas including education, research, advocacy, and talent development to create additional value for the exhibition industry
The Exhibition and Event Association of Australasia’s (EEAA) Young Stars Program celebrated five years of mentoring leaders of the global exhibition and event industry at Luna Park yesterday.
ReedPOP Australia and the Australian Toy Association have announced the launch of Play World Australia.
Australia’s emergency management conference and expo, AFAC17 powered by INTERSCHUTZ, attracted a record attendance of more than 3,200 visitors to Sydney to discuss the latest in research, learning and practices in collaborative management and natural hazard responses, last week at the International Convention Centre Sydney.
Problems for New Zealand building contractor Fletcher Building, including a profit downgrade of NZ$100m (US$73.55m) and the departure of its chief executive Mark Adamson have contributed to a delay to the NZ$700m SkyCity International Convention Centre in Auckland New Zealand.
As one of the biggest annual trade events, REED Gift Fairs officially launched the exhibition season at International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney) on 18–22 February 2017.
The Victorian State Government has appointed John Brumby AO as chairperson of the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Trust (MCET), replacing outgoing chairperson, Robert Annells after more than 20 years of service.
Talking to governments about the power of exhibitions as an economic driver is a big priority of Australia’s peak body for the exhibitions and events industry, says Joyce DiMascio, chief executive, Exhibition and Event Association of Australasia