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Auckland has secured the bid for the 34th International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement (ICSEI), which will see more than 500 delegates descend on the city in summer 2021.
Tourism New Zealand says it is “boosting the regions through science” having won 112 science-related conferences adding $138m to the economy since 2014.
Auckland Convention Bureau has secured $45m worth of business events in the year ending June 2018, according to the Auckland Council-controlled organisation.
The event will be held at SKYCITY’s New Zealand International Convention Centre in 2020.
Auckland has won its bid to host the Asia-Pacific Association of International Education (APAIE) Conference and Exhibition, which will bring around 2000 delegates to the city in 2021.
Infrastructure New Zealand has announced that the location for the 2019 Building Regions Symposium will be Rotorua with the Energy Events Centre hosting the conference in August 2019.
Christchurch has secured the 2020 Learning Environments Australasia conference – the third major event win for city announced in the past month.
One of the most respected technical conferences to be held in Australasia is coming to Christchurch.
Around 250 tourism industry professionals will be heading to the Hawke’s Bay next year after the region secured the Tourism Export Council Conference 2018.
Wellington’s status as a resilient city was a drawcard for securing a conference that will bring hundreds of experts in crisis management to the city in November 2018.
Auckland and Christchurch have won the bid to host the International Society for Contemporary Music’s (ISCM) World New Music Days event in 2020.
Marlborough has won another significant event for next year securing the New Zealand Aquaculture Conference, which will bring up to 400 delegates and inject around $344,400 into the region.
The World Organisation of Family Doctors will hold its 2020 Asia Pacific Conference at the NZICC.
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