An engaging pre-promotional blitz, an appealing location and a packed program led to a delegate turnout above and beyond the most optimistic projections at this year’s International Symposium on Dental Hygiene (ISDH) in Brisbane.
With fantastic weather all year round, a world-class airport, five-star dining, outstanding conference venues and accommodation options, and a supportive Business Events team to ensure a satisfying experience, Brisbane is becoming the first port of call for incentive travel programs from China.
How is it possible that an animated story about a family of four blue heelers living in a leafy Queensland suburb could become an Australian - and now global - hit series? It’s a simple premise, sure, but it’s that simplicity that makes Bluey, the ABC’s most downloaded show ever, such an enticing, engaging and indeed hilarious series for kids.
Applying for a Lord Mayor’s Convention Trailblazer Grant will empower you to attend a leading international conference and assist with attracting the conference to Brisbane.
Elite athletes from 50 nations will converge on Brisbane for INAS Global Games 2019, an event that will leave a substantial legacy.
The Brisbane events and tourism industry is proving that going green isn’t just the right thing to do — it’s the smart thing to do, too.
Australia’s premier music industry event will take over the Fortitude Valley entertainment precinct for four jam-packed days this week.
Brisbane’s business events scene will be blooming this Spring with the city set to welcome over 13,300 delegates for conferences worth $28.7 million to the local economy.
Brisbane Pop-Up, the must-attend event for event planners, will bring the city’s top venues, hotels and service suppliers together under one roof for two-and-a-half manic hours.
We asked three of the city’s event and hotel business leaders how the city has fared in the past 12 months, what insights they have to share about the business events space and where things are headed in the next financial year.