Doltone House has been announced as NSW winner of the 2014 Meetings and Events Australia (MEA) Industry Award for the Specialty Meeting Venue category and Cause Related Event of The Year for the Biaggio Signorelli Foundation annual fundraiser for Asbestos Cancer; honouring the late founder of Doltone House.
MEA is a national, independent not for profit organisation dedicated to fostering professionalism and excellence in all aspects of meetings and event management. MEA is the largest national association of individuals and businesses covering all sectors of the vibrant industry of meetings, conferences, exhibitions and events.
Doltone House was thrilled to accept the award for Specialty Meeting Venue for the third consecutive year at state level and is looking forward to the MEA National Awards in Kuala Lumpur on the 17th of May 2014 where a third consecutive National win will qualify them to enter the industry’s Hall of Fame. MEA Chief Executive Officer Linda Gaunt presented Anna Cesarano, CEO of Doltone House with the awards. “I am thrilled to accept our twelfth MEA Award and delighted to be closer to our goal of three consecutive MEA National Awards to enter Hall of Fame.”
Doltone House is renowned in Sydney for providing multi award-winning, iconic venues for conferences and events. The Doltone property portfolio, which includes the iconic flagship property Jones Bay Wharf, Sylvania Waters, the 6-star green-star Darling Island Wharf and the newly opened Hyde Park CBD venue– has seen Doltone House establish a reputation as one of Australia’s premier event providers.