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AIME Hits its Straps as Meetings Powered by AI

The 30th edition of the Asia-Pacific Incentive and Meetings Exhibition, AIME, bounced back last month in Melbourne powered by more than 13,000 hosted-buyer meetings locked in before the event had even begun. As a benchmarking tool for one-to-one events, AIME is setting new standards in value creation, urged on by the competition for buyers’ time…

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CATALYSING CHANGE: VisitBritain Invests in Impact Design

Last year, VisitBritain unveiled its Legacy & Impact Toolkit as a start to catalysing the social and other growth impacts which can be derived from business and professional events. As a follow up, social consultancy #MEET4IMPACT and the Global Destination Sustainability (GDS) Movement were brought in to provide the sustainability and impact design and management…

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Committee for Sydney Informs Policy at Pre-Election Summit

As Labor and incumbent Liberal politicians including then premier of New South Wales (Australia), Dominic Perrottet, traded policy agendas in front of a packed audience of Sydney leaders ahead of this month’s state elections, The Iceberg enjoys a double-bill with the Committee for Sydney Chair, Deputy Chair, and Sydney’s event sector top brass about the…

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The Honest Broker: China Unlocks Investor Confidence in BE Sector

The Iceberg meets Mayfield Merger Strategies (MMS) owner, Steve Monnington, to understand the surge of private equity investments in the sector revealed this month including Blackstone’s $4.6bn takeover of Cvent, Providence Equity Partners’ acquisition of Hyve, and Informa’s trade acquisition of Tarsus.  Monnington: ‘There’s a lot of money looking for a home…’ Further reading:…

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Australian Government Confirms $2m Commitment to Business Events

The Federal Government has confirmed a $2m allocation to measure the impact and benefit of business events. The project is being rolled out in two phases, including the addition of new questions to Tourism Research Australia’s National and International Visitor Surveys which are already in place and collecting data. From Business Events Council of Australia…

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