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Both BEIA and NZEA say the appointment of the new tourism and hospitality minister presents a unique opportunity for the industry.
“We are delighted to have Martin join the industry, as we head into a new era for New Zealand’s business events presence on the world stage.”
The event achieves Toitū net carbonzero certification, showcasing the association’s efforts to lower emissions across the industry.
Business Events Industry Aotearoa has confirmed its board for 2023/24.
BEIA’s boss says it is also about the additional benefits the business events sector brings to NZ.
Exhibitor applications for Business Events Industry Aotearoa’s MEETINGS 2024 will open from next week.
Senthil Gopinath, CEO of one of the world’s largest conference associations, talks to the Ticker about NZ’s strengths.
Business Events Industry Aotearoa members attending the association’s annual conference in Blenheim have been treated to the best of Marlborough’s food, wine and experiences.
Data can help determine the economic value of multi-day conferences but there is still a large knowledge gap around what delegates do and how they spend beyond the events they attend.
Hawke’s Bay Tourism chief executive Hamish Saxton has won Business Events Industry Aotearoa’s 2023 Outstanding Contributor Award.
New Plymouth in Taranaki will host Business Events Industry Aotearoa’s 2024 conference.
BEIA’s Lisa Hopkins on the development of a new national strategy for NZ’s business events industry.
But delegate numbers remain as strong as ever, say business events leaders.
Picton is preparing for a buoyant cruise season with around 120,000 passengers and 42,000 crew expected from October.
The week aims to raise the profile of the industry, recognise its value, and celebrate achievement.
Business Events Industry Aotearoa’s MEETINGS has generated an estimated value of $157m for New Zealand business events following the conference at Tākina Wellington in June.
Business Events Industry Aotearoa has announced the first tranche of speakers for its annual conference in Marlborough.
Business Events Industry Aotearoa’s annual conference in Marlborough will include international keynote speakers from International Congress and Convention Association next month.
Rotorua will be the host city for Business Events Industry Aotearoa’s MEETINGS 2024.
The five-day forum will bring together industry, govt, and other stakeholders to focus on opportunities in the high-value sector.
BEIA’s boss on pushing sustainability at this week’s MEETINGS, including an effort to become a net carbon zero certified event.
Delegates at Business Events Industry Aotearoa’s MEETINGS conference next month will be able to engage in a series of knowledge and professional development sessions.
Budget 2023 should include a stronger focus on business events and funding for Tourism New Zealand, says BEIA’s Lisa Hopkins.
More than 230 hosted buyers from as far away as North America, Singapore and Australia will attend MEETINGS this year.
The number of events and delegates have jumped as the industry recovers from the pandemic.
Business Events Industry Aotearoa’s 27th MEETINGS event in Wellington has committed to achieving Toitū net carbon zero certification.
BEIA has launched its 10th BE Mentored Programme with its largest participation in almost 10 years.
MEETINGS 2023 is heading for a sell-out exhibition, says Business Events Industry Aotearoa.
Hipkins should consider the economic forces, potential funding issues and the importance of sustainability to the industry, says TECNZ.
The association’s chief says two years of restriction was too much for an industry powered by face-to-face connection.
Business Events Industry Aotearoa and Te Pae owner Ōtākaro appoint new senior managers.
Business Events Industry Aotearoa members attending the association’s annual conference enjoyed an impressive sample of Hawke’s Bay’s famous cuisine and wine.
Two top business events professionals have been recognised at Business Events Industry Aotearoa’s industry gala dinner in Napier last night.
A new agreement to help engage more Māori tourism businesses is also in development.
The sector needs to be innovative in the way it markets itself, particular to those flying longhaul, says the tourism minister.
Workforce training, sustainability and future strategies will be hot topics at the Business Events Industry Aotearoa’s 46th AGM and annual conference in Hawke’s Bay next month.
Business Events Industry Aotearoa has opened registration for its 46th AGM and Annual Conference at Napier Conference Centre in Hawke’s Bay from 4 – 6 October 2022.
Nearly 80% of buyers are booking business as a result of last month’s event at Te Pae Christchurch, says BEIA.
Business Events Industry Aotearoa has published the 30th edition of the Aotearoa New Zealand Event Planners’ Guide.
Spending in the business events sector may have dropped 78% since 2019 but now is the time to look forward, says Business Events Industry Aotearoa.
More than 650 delegates attended the event’s cultural opening ceremony at Christchurch Town Hall.
More than 650 delegates will be heading to Te Pae Christchurch for BEIA’s first MEETINGS in the city in 14 years.
Business Events Industry Aotearoa’s MEETINGS is now set to host more than 500 buyers and 211 exhibitors at Te Pae Christchurch on 15-16 June.
Business Events Industry Aotearoa’s MEETINGS on 15-16 June has attracted a “record” number of exhibitors at this year’s event, with more than 211 stands from 18 regions at this year’s event.
The business events and hospitality sectors have welcomed the ditching of capacity limits in time for the important Easter and school holidays.
More than 5000 industry professionals and events stakeholders have signed a petition to save the venue from public closure.
Registrations are now open for day visits to MEETINGS, taking place at Ōtautahi Christchurch 15-16 June.
Ōtautahi Christchurch has been confirmed as the new host city for MEETINGS 2022.
The Events Transition Support Payment scheme has been extended to include business events of 200+ attendees.
The sector has fallen through the cracks, and those cracks are turning into a mighty chasm, writes BEIA’s Lisa Hopkins.