Sydney’s hospitality group Merivale is taking an innovative approach to AIME 2011 by exhibiting with harbour-property management company Dockside Group. This initiative represents a major commitment to the MICE industry by Merivale.
Delegates will see some of the best meetings and events offerings by specialty venues showcased together.
The Merivale philosophy is that business events should be hosted in inspiring environments and should be stimulating from the moment the delegate receives the invitation through to the time they leave.
This belief is evident in Merivale’s newest premium meetings and events venue Ivy which after only three years has successfully established a reputation as Sydney’s most innovative collection of event spaces.
With its unique interior design concepts featuring zebra-print carpets, oversized chandeliers and a grand staircase in the Ivy Room, botanical prints, bamboo furnishings and an outdoor balcony lounge in the Sun Room, this venue provides sophistication and variety – two key components in business events.
Recently, Merivale’s Meetings & Events team was restructured and expanded in order to better accommodate business events and provide outstanding service in this market. Participation at industry tradeshows such as AIME was the next natural step.
BDM Christopher Lazzari reveals he can’t wait to meet the local and international buyers and introduce them to the product he and his team are so passionate about. “Exhibiting at AIME is an exciting mission for the team, and we are hoping to showcase to some high-profile businesses,” he adds.
“What we offer to our clients is inspiring event environments paired with is a personalised service of in-house AV, florists, stylists, merchandisers and graphic artists – a combination that has won us prestigious events and contented returning clients.”
Merivale venues include: Ivy (includes 14 individual venue options), Establishment, MS G’s, Lotus, Slip Inn, CBD, The Beresford, The Grand, Angel and Wynyard.
Merivale and Dockside Group will stand shoulder-to-shoulder at AIME 2011, stand no 1409.