The Exhibition and Event Association of Australasia (EEAA) has secured a top line up of independent judges to review submissions in this year’s EEAA Awards for Excellence, including Mumbrella Content Director, Tim Burrowes.
EEAA Chief Executive, Joyce DiMascio, said there had been a positive take up of industry stakeholders looking forward to judging the submissions.
“There is growing recognition of the importance of the EEAA Awards. It is not only a way to acknowledge outstanding work in our industry, but it is also a promotional tool that gives our Members a mark of distinction amongst their competitors.
“This is the most anticipated event in the calendar and there is a real buzz of excitement throughout the EEAA community as Members put the final touches on their submissions.”
EEAA Members have until this Friday to submit their entries for this prestigious event which recognises new products and initiatives as well as outstanding teams and shows within the Exhibition and Event Industry over the last 12 months.
Ms DiMascio said Member and Stakeholder support for their annual event has been strong and EEAA has seen a return of many of last year’s Awards Partners as they boast the benefits of supporting the only awards program dedicated to the Exhibition and Event Industry.
Partners include Major Awards Partner, FABframe; Major Venue Partner, Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre; Entertainment Partner, Australian Technology Park; Program Partner Sydney Showground; and supporting Partners ODE Management and The Monkey’s Cobbler.
If you would like visibility amongst decision makers in the exhibition and event sector, partner with EEAA. Contact Rebecca Ius on 02 9413 9520 or email [email protected]