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Brisbane's upcoming conference calendar

Brisbane will welcome a suite of business events and conferences over the next three months to the city.

Top Brisbane universities to co-host Australasian fluid mechanics conference

Brisbane will welcome hundreds of scientists, engineers, students and educators in 2020 following a competitive bid for the 22nd Australasian Fluid Mechanics Conference to be co-hosted by two of the city’s leading universities.

Work commences on $110m Howard Smith Wharves development

Construction on the $110 million Howard Smith Wharves Revitalisation project is underway with works set to deliver a unique event, entertainment and lifestyle precinct.

Meet the team: Holly Aldridge

The Business Events team’s Senior Bidding Executive Holly Aldridge gives her thoughts on the most crucial aspect of managing a bid process.

Meet the team: Vibhor Pandey

Brisbane Business Events’ Manager, Market Research and Insights, Vibhor Pandey, discusses what he likes most about his role and living in Brisbane.

Brisbane features in Headquarters magazine

Brisbane's feature in the latest Headquarters magazine highlights why Brisbane excels as a business events destination.

Diversify your delegate mix: Attracting delegates with young families

Family responsibilities often come first to attending conferences but there are avenues to explore that may encourage delegates to bring their families to Brisbane, and even extend their stay.

Routes Asia handed over to Brisbane

As Brisbane gears up to host Routes Asia 2018, an official handing-over ceremony took place at the major air route development event in Okinawa, Japan.

World Science Festival Brisbane wows conference planners

Last week, the Business Events team hosted famil guests who discovered how World Science Festival Brisbane could add some spark to their next event.

Asia’s largest computer graphics conference chooses Brisbane

Asia’s largest computer graphics conference and exhibition SIGGRAPH Asia has chosen Brisbane as its first Australian destination.