ssociation wins for Brisbane cvb

The Brisbane Convention Bureau announced two new association conference bid wins at the Asia Pacific Incentives and Meetings Expo (AIME) in Melbourne earlier today. Internationally, Brisbane has triumphed over Japan and won the right to host the 2010 International Council of Nurses, International Nurse Practitioner/Advanced Practice Nurse Network Conference. The Conference is expected to attract more than 500 delegates over three days and two nights. On the domestic front, the Australian Technical Analysts Association has selected Brisbane as the destination for their national conference to be held at the Queensland University of Technology Gardens Theatre. The Conference, scheduled for October 2007, is expected to attract more than 300 delegates over three days and two nights. “These latest bid wins are further proof of Brisbane’s appeal as a meetings and events destination,” said Brisbane cvb chief executive David Regan. “We have world class venues, outstanding facilities and unique leisure attractions Brisbane has proved once again that it is the ideal business destination.” AIME is the biggest C&I exhibition in the Asia Pacific region, attracting some 2,600 visitors from 27 countries.

Have you registered with us yet?

Register now to enjoy more articles
and free email bulletins.

Register now
Already registered?
Sign in

'We place a huge emphasis on talent development'

'We place a huge emphasis on talent development'

A-List 2020: Michael Gietzen is group managing director at Identity.

How automotive events are changing gear

How automotive events are changing gear

Car manufacturers are more savvy with event budgets and they want to reach more diverse audiences.

Entering a new world of data-driven events

Entering a new world of data-driven events

The current shift to digital has created huge amounts of data we can learn from, says Marble LDN's Rachel Butler.

LIVE UPDATES: Scotland sets out timetable for reopening of events sector

LIVE UPDATES: Scotland sets out timetable for reopening of events sector

Find out which countries are on partial or national lockdown, what travel restrictions are in place and what size gatherings are allowed.

5 ways technology can help hotels reopen safely

5 ways technology can help hotels reopen safely

New innovations will help hotels solve the challenges of coronavirus so that guests can return, says Louisa Watson of Wyboston Lakes Resort.

Dear C&IT: Diversity should be part of the process right from the start

Dear C&IT: Diversity should be part of the process right from the start

Event planners need to challenge the diversity of their internal teams and their clients, says WRG Live's Steve Porter

'Attention to detail is key'

'Attention to detail is key'

A-List 2020: Stephanie Aviss is an account manager at Top Banana

What does the future hold for incentive travel?

What does the future hold for incentive travel?

C&IT speaks to Black Tomato's David Heron to find out why he's feeling cautiously optimistic.

5 ways the industry can recover from the crisis

5 ways the industry can recover from the crisis

Catch up on our Crisis Briefing webinar, where experts from across the global MICE industry share their latest COVID-19 recovery plans.

Case study: Android's Partner Summit in Berlin

Case study: Android's Partner Summit in Berlin

Agency Wonder brought the tech giant's new branding to life in a former techno club in the German capital.