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“Incredibly Exciting” as Te Pae Christchurch Nears Launch

Te Pae Christchurch Convention Centre is set to open for its first conference in just under a year. The New Zealand College of Midwives’ 16th Biennial National Conference will launch the venue next October. This will be shortly followed by the International Association of Ecology 11th International Wetlands Conference. From AIME…

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Tourism New Zealand Measures Event Legacy

Tourism New Zealand has just announced three international meetings whose impacts will be measured to maximise the positive societal impacts that conferences generate for communities. The organisation is working together with Iceberg partner #Meet4Impact, whose Chief Executive Officer is Geneviève Leclerc, on the Enrich New Zealand Conference Impact project. From Boardroom…

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Decolonizing Both the Animals and the Animal Studies Conference

New Zealand gave the AASA (Australasian Animal Studies Association) Conference 2019, “Decolonizing Animals”, an original spin when it hosted the event this July in Christchurch. Both local and international specialists, including indigenous perspectives, were all given a voice. Annie Potts, Director of the New Zealand Centre for Human-Animal Studies, explains. From Boardroom…

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Christchurch Seeking Key Sector Events

AEG Ogden, the newly unveiled operator of the AUS$400 million Christchurch Convention and Exhibition Centre Te Pae, has said it will tap into key city industries to attract big international business events. The company, which also runs ICC Sydney and Brisbane’s BCEC, said Te Pae would benefit from its “global connections”. From Association Meetings International…

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“Te Pae”: Christchurch Convention Centre Name Revealed

The official name for the Christchurch Convention Centre, opening in 2020, has been announced as “Te Pae” at CINZ Meetings 2018 in Auckland. The name references a gathering place, and the venue’s exterior has been derived from the Ngāi Tahu creation story of the Southern Alps in South Island New Zealand. From CIM News Magazine…

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