Brisbane may have slowed down for a few months earlier this year, but the city’s hospitality operators weren’t exactly sitting on their hands. Here’s how four Brisbane hotels and venues used a year unlike any other to refurb, refresh and revitalise their space.
The scoreboard says the Richmond Football Club won the 2020 Toyota AFL Grand Final, but those who were at The Gabba on that unforgettable Saturday evening know that Brisbane was the real victor.
One of the first venues in Australia to reopen after the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC) has hosted a string of world-class COVID Safe events.
All eyes are on Brisbane’s sporting calendar, with a non-stop schedule of new and returning events that will set pulses racing.
Brisbane Economic Development Agency’s (Brisbane EDA) signature annual event Brisbane Pop-Up returned for its 13th year on Thursday 5 November, reconnecting the city’s event buyers and sellers.
This year has kept teams apart, shaken up entire industries and disrupted workforces in a way that will change the business landscape for good. And that - says Marianne Edmonds - is why keeping the tradition of the staff Christmas party has never been more important.
Since 2018 alone five new 5-star hotels have opened their doors, with the new Queen’s Wharf development opening in late 2022 set to offer Brisbane’s first 6-star hotel.
Melissa Price describes her role in leading and managing the operational delivery of the business development and bidding teams within Business Events.
Asia’s largest computer graphics conference and exhibition has made its Australian debut in Brisbane.
Meet Brisbane Economic Development Agency’s Marketing Executive for the Business Events and Major Events portfolio. A key focus of Bec’s current role is to provide strategic marketing support for the Business Events and Major Events team.