Brisbane is further cementing its reputation as Australia’s new world city, after being selected to host the 17th Intelligent Transport Systems Asia Pacific Forum in May, 2020 (ITSAP2020).
Brisbane has celebrated the opening of two new hotels this month, with Australia’s only W Hotel and the Novotel Brisbane South Bank adding to the city’s wide range of accommodation, incentives and events offering.
The Brisbane Convention Bureau has led five local tourism and hotel operators on a China roadshow to spread the message about Brisbane’s incentive offerings.
Lorelle Chittick joined the Brisbane Convention Bureau in January 2005 and is the Senior Manager, Convention Services.
The Brisbane Convention Bureau recently celebrated Global Meetings Industry Day, a day which recognises the impact of the business events industry.
Hosting Business Events Australia's Dreamtime 2017 gave Brisbane a chance to show off the vast offerings of the city’s creative incentive products and destination experiences. See the highlights video that showcase what Brisbane has to offer for incentive groups.
These iconic Brisbane venues have stood the test of time, earning their place on the city’s landscape and offering spaces from cocktail receptions to boardroom meetings, to conference spaces to private dinners.
The 2018 Global Forum for Innovations in Agriculture GFIA in Focus for sustainable food production is coming to town, as Brisbane continues to tie major conventions with the city’s key industries.
The Federal Government has offered funding for business events through a bid fund, marking one of the most important developments for the business events industry in recent memory.
Jorja-Rose Wells joined the Brisbane Convention Bureau in 2016 as a Digital Content Producer and looks after the digital marketing and content strategies for the Brisbane Convention Bureau.