Checklist asks important questions that can help you assess and improve your event risk controls. Clarify what your organisation is and isn't doing, understand which systems should be implemented, and understand your responsibilities.
This is an online source for news and information for meeting, convention, incentive and trade show professionals. It features the latest industry news as well as searchable article archives and business resources.
Smart Meetings is an integrated media company for the meetings, travel and hospitality industry. Resources include news and information (including in our mobile app and e-newsletters), a monthly print and digital magazine, educational webinars, venue and destination directories, networking events and site selection tools.
ExCeL London is right in the heart of London’s historic Royal Docks, just ten minutes from Canary Wharf and twenty minutes from the City. ExCeL offers an abundance of flexible spaces and services which makes it a top choice for public shows, trade shows, meetings and special events.
This is the peak Australian business events network driving economic prosperity for Australia. The Association brings together Australia's most influential city and regional bureaux, dedicated to marketing their specific region as premier business events destinations to domestic and international markets.
Planning a New Zealand event? The BEIA Planning Tool can get takes care of the hard work for you and helps get you inspired. Simply peruse through the 4 different sections, skip what isn’t relevant and then sit back and relax while the tool generates you a list of personalised recommendations. If you wish to change your answers in a previous section, you can simply click on the previous section title and you will be taken back.
The Business Events Council of Australia was formed in 1994 as a peak industry body, providing a single voice for the business events sector to liaise with the federal government and relevant agencies on matters common to all segments of the industry. It was originally known as the MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conventions & Exhibitions) Industry Council, until the new term "Business Events" was adopted in 2000.
The Exhibition and Event Association of Australasia (EEAA) is the peak association for the exhibition and event industry in Australia and New Zealand, representing all aspects of the exhibition and event industry.
The Wedding Planning Association is managed by an advisory board to uphold and maintain the standard of all Wedding Planners in Australia and across the globe. We offer online advice and assistance on industry related matters.
This is the national awards program for the Australian events industry. It is the only opportunity for Australian event professionals to compete directly right across the nation and across all facets of the industry to establish which are Australia's best events and event-related goods, services and innovations.
" is a statutory body of the Queensland Government and its lead marketing, destination and experience development and major events agency. This website features a wealth of tourism and events news, research and information, making it a central point for the industry, media, governments, special interest groups and anyone interested in the business of tourism and events." - website
The was established in 1999 to promote best practice in event management. The Centre works closely with industry to provide innovative, high quality, practically orientated and locally relevant education and training programs. Additionally, ACEM undertakes research on industry issues and trends.