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Two Australian Venues Win Platinum Award

Australia has reaffirmed its business events sustainability leadership with the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre, and the Adelaide Convention Centre, becoming the world’s first venues to achieve EarthCheck Platinum Certification. This recognises ten consecutive years of best or above best practice across key areas of social and environmental action. From CIM News Magazine…

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Adelaide Hosts Largest Single Incentive Group

Adelaide has just welcomed its largest incentive group from China, with a wave of 750 employees from Joymain, the science and tech direct selling company, enjoying the city over a five day stay. Assistance from the Adelaide Convention Bureau and cooperation from the Adelaide government were behind Joymain’s destination choice. From CIM News Magazine…

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Adelaide: BioMed City Attracts Conference Dividend

Adelaide’s decision to build one of the largest life science hubs in the Southern Hemisphere has begun to pay dividends, with the city now winning a major international biomedical event. The South Australian capital will host the triennial World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering in 2024, bringing in over 2,500 delegates. From Intellectual Capitals…

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Adelaide’s Space Meeting was Big. Really Big.

The newly expanded Adelaide Convention Centre (ACC) has just hosted Adelaide and South Australia’s largest ever business event… the 68th International Astronautical Congress (IAC). 4,500 space experts attended, many not from other planets but at least the Northern Hemisphere. The detailed program included plenaries, lectures and 200 sessions spread out over the entire building. From Association Meetings International…

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Fireworks Open the Adelaide Convention Centre’s East Building

Several hundred guests attended the opening of the building, enjoying a spectacular firework display over the River Torrens. The venue’s Plenary Hall seats 3,500, and is configurable in over 15 ways, thanks to the world’s largest rotating seat platform. The AU$397 million redevelopment project is expected to return AU$1.92 billion over 25 years. From CIM News Magazine…

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