International delegates spending average NZ$335 a night in New Zealand

New Zealand’s prime minister has told the annual two-day trade exhibition in Auckland championing the country’s business events industry that international delegates and conventions made “a huge difference” to the state’s economy. Conventions and Incentives New Zealand’s (CINZ) MEETINGS 2017 wraps up, 1 June, and CINZ chief executive Sue Sullivan stressed that the visitors were…

foto vacanza a Cetona in toscana

Rimini reveals expansion update

The Hall expansion programme at the Rimini Trade Show Centre is proceeding on schedule. After the first step, which finished in time to use the extra space at SIGEP last January, the second step will be completed in July, with one part of the buildings actually delivered earlier than expected and ready for use from…


Vienna lands world congresses of ultrasound specialists and dam builders

Two international conferences, each hoping to attract around 2,000 participants, have been won for the Austrian capital. The Vienna Convention Bureau (VCB) and the Austria Center Vienna (ACV) have landed the International Society for Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynaecology (ISUOG) World Congress (to take place September 15-22, 2017), and the International Commission on Large Dams…


Tourism Australia and Qantas continue to invest in industry’s future

The Association of Australian Convention Bureaux (AACB) has announced a continued partnership with Tourism Australia and Qantas in delivering the AACB Staff Scholarship for 2017/18. The scholarship offers middle to senior level convention bureau staff member the opportunity to demonstrate their professional commitment to the business events industry by delivering a project that highlights innovation…

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