Previous Conferences - Case Studies

ICNC Testimonial

Click on the titles below to view case studies on how we've worked with clients to develop strategic bid documents, source competitive venue and accommodation quotes and attract more delegates with tailored conference promotion.

Developing UnConventional Gas (DUG) Australia Case Study

Brisbane is an important hub for the gas industry in Australia, with many international gas companies headquartered in the city. The Brisbane Convention Bureau prepared the winning bid for Brisbane to host DUG Australia in record time.

IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence Case Study

Conference organisers indicated Brisbane won the bid to host the biennial congress by demonstrating the city’s professionalism and commitment to deliver an outstanding conference. The process from initial bid through to delivery was described as “exceptional”.

International Child Neurology Congress (ICNC) Case Study

The Local Organising Committee commended the Brisbane Convention Bureau for its services as the financial outcomes far exceeded previous ICNA or AOCNA meetings. The congress was a great success, scientifically and socially, achieving significant outcomes at a global level by implementing travel bursaries to deliver education to clinicians from developing countries.

International Organization for Mycoplasmology (IOM) Congress Case Study

Brisbane won this congress due to the highly professional bid document prepared by the Brisbane Convention Bureau. It included comprehensive detail, specific attention to proposal guidelines and a budget.

International Society of City and Regional Planners Congress (ISOCARP) Case Study

ISOCARP required its host destination to have a strong urban planning focus. Brisbane won this conference based on attributes of award-winning, world-class architecture, infrastructure and urban design and Brisbane City Council being one of the largest municipal governments in the world.

International Horticultural Congress 2014 (IHC 2014) Case Study

Brisbane hosted the 29th International Horticultural Congress, bringing more than 3000 delegates from 91 countries to the city. With horticulture as Australia’s third-largest agricultural sector, Brisbane offered a relevant and quintessential Australian experience.