The Convention Bureau has hosted another successful Brisbane Pop-Up at Brisbane City Hall, with over 260 event planners getting a personal taste of Brisbane’s unique event products.
The Brisbane Convention Bureau has partnered with The University of Queensland (UQ) to secure a trifecta of conferences worth over $2.1 million for the city’s economy.
Take your conference on a micro road trip and breathe in the fresh country and sea air at these lush venues just a stone’s throw from Brisbane CBD.
The 220-room Adina Apartment Hotel Brisbane has opened in Brisbane CBD with stunning views, a former bank vault bar and a celebrity chef restaurant.
When he’s not bidding for major business events, you’ll find the Bureau’s new bidding manager serving up delicious gnocchi.
In an Australian first, Brisbane will host the 25th IPSA World Congress of Political Science from 21-25 July at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC), delivering an economic boost of $7.7 million for the local economy.
Brisbane’s economy will be boosted by more than $96 million following a record year of activity by the Brisbane Convention Bureau.
Brisbane will welcome 600 leading minds in global design research after winning hosting rights for the Design Research Society (DRS) Conference 2020.
Jill Wimberley joined the Brisbane Convention Bureau in 2012 and specialises in managing the bid process for clients to secure association and corporate conferences for Brisbane.
There’s so much to see, taste and explore, and adding one (or all three) of these bespoke group experiences to your Brisbane itinerary will make your incentives trip unforgettable.