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More than 180 exhibitors and 400 buyers are expected at the event to be held in a year.
Conventions and Incentives New Zealand is unveiling a new professional development and education programme for MEETINGS 2020 in Auckland.
The venue has returned to the market with “near-full books” following an eight-year earthquake-induced hiatus.
Construction is to start at its Cable Street location in August and finish at the end of 2022.
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The flagship venue has lost a number of pre-booked events.
Global macroeconomics shifts are coming home to roost in New Zealand’s $558m business events sector, with a slowdown in Australia being felt in destinations including Rotorua.
Retro fashions, dance music and awards were on show on Thursday night’s wrap party at MEETINGS 2018 in Auckland.
The government is being urged to consider GST reform to boost the competitiveness of New Zealand’s $558m business events sector.
Destination Queenstown is calling on the private sector to step into the breach to develop a convention centre in the resort town given that plans for a council-backed project are no longer on the table.
NZ’s biggest business events showcase begins this morning, after welcoming more than 500 delegates to the opening function at Auckland Town Hall last night.
Auckland Town Hall played host to more than 650 business event specialists who were welcomed to the city for Conventions and Incentives New Zealand’s annual showcase.
More than 500 conference, event and incentive organisers are expected in Auckland for MEETINGS 2018, which kicks off in earnest tomorrow.
Leading business event organisers from around the world are heading to New Zealand’s largest business tourism trade exhibition in Auckland next week, on 30 and 31 May.