A busy and bustling MEETINGS 2022 ended with a ‘flourish’ after two full days at Te Pae Christchurch Convention Centre.
Business Events Industry Aotearoa brought the curtain down for more than 650 Australian and New Zealand delegates on Thursday night by transforming Te Pae into “a vibrant and visual vista”, otherwise known as ‘Flourish’.
“Flourish was a fitting finale for what has been a highly productive and inspiring two days of meetings, networking, learning and doing business together,” BEIA chief executive Lisa Hopkins said.
“MEETINGS has also been a triumph for New Zealand’s and Christchurch’s business events hosting capabilities. It leaves everyone in awe of our world-class venues and services in a bucket-list destination.
“Hosting its first major international exhibition, Te Pae Christchurch has come through with flying colours.”
All images are from BEIA and Smoke Photography:
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