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Australasia’s Events Industry Collaborates on Sustainability

The Exhibition & Event Association for Australasia has launched a major new initiative to tackle sustainability and reduce the environmental impact of the events sector. An Environmental Sustainability Working Group has been formed which draws representatives from all sectors of the industry together to foster collaborative action. From CIM News Magazine…

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Sydney’s Conference Numbers Beat Melbourne and Brisbane

Of the 1479 meetings tracked by Conference Monitor from July 2017 to June 2018, 433 were held in New South Wales, an increase of around 22 percent. A big part of NSW’s lead is the new ICC Sydney, which has now welcomed two million visitors and contributed AU$1.2 billion to the economy. From CIM News Magazine…

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GED 2018: Australasian Exhibition Sector Growing

There is cause for optimism in the Australasian exhibition sector, according to the Exhibition and Event Association of Australasia’s 2018 Market Monitor research. The headlines include year-on-year growth and higher satisfaction from exhibitors. Health, travel, education and business are seen as sectors with the greatest potential, while mining is in decline. From CIM News Magazine…

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EEAA’s “PULSE” Shows Strong Growth in New Exhibitions

There is strong growth in new shows across the Australasian business event industry. The Exhibition and Event Association of Australasia’s latest “PULSE” survey reveals 40 percent of organisers launched at least one in 2017. Of new shows for 2018, 35 percent are technology-based, with a focus on space, satellite technology, and cybersecurity. From CIM News Magazine…

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