Conferences and Exhibitions

MCI joins the Creative Consortium to bring C2 Conference to Melbourne in November 2017

MCI, the world’s leading provider of strategic engagement and activation solutions for the international meetings and events industry, joins forces with C2 International, with the support of… Read more »

Auckland to hold World Veterinary Association Congress in 2020

Auckland has secured the bid to host another top international congress at the New Zealand International Convention Centre (NZICC) in 2020 worth an estimated $6.2 million to… Read more »

50 years of Australian Trucking history goes on show at BCEC

Some of the biggest rigs on the road today have rolled into the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre for the 50th anniversary Brisbane Truck Show. From humble… Read more »

Melbourne’s event calendar just got bigger

Melbourne  continues  to  set  the  pace  in  business  events,  securing  the  world’s  most  innovative  business conference in what will be a world first, and will diversify the… Read more »

Reed Exhibitions Australia announces its intention to acquire a majority stake in the fitness shows

Reed Exhibitions Australia (RXA) and Talk2 Media & Events (T2M) today announced RXA’s intention to acquire a majority stake in Fitness Show Pty Ltd (Fitness Shows) from… Read more »

Australia to host the “Davos” of women’s events in 2018

The CEO of Business Events Sydney (BESydney), Lyn Lewis-Smith, today announced that Sydney will host the 2018 Global Summit of Women. Speaking from the 2017 Summit in… Read more »

Federal Budget Missed Opportunity: Bid fund remains a priority for the Business Events Industry

The Association of Australian Convention Bureaux (AACB) has expressed its disappointment in last night’s Federal Budget, flagging the missed opportunity to invest in the business events industry… Read more »

Be part of Australia’s voice for Global Exhibitions Day

The Exhibition and Event Association of Australasia (EEAA) is calling on government and industry to show its support for the Power of Exhibitions ahead of Global Exhibitions… Read more »

Sydney remains Australia’s #1 Business Events destination

Sydney is again Australia’s number one business event destination according to the latest International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA) Country and City Rankings report. Released today, the… Read more »

Melbourne is number one for visitors attending conferences

Melbourne has officially been recognised as the number one city in Australia for delegate attendance, attracting the highest number of attendees to international association meetings held in… Read more »