AIME 2017 to feature Oxygen Bar, ‘Streets of Melbourne’ and Community Hub
This year AIME has partnered with Microhire to provide a video wall and interactive social media broadcast that will post live updates at the Hub.
AIME has again partnered with Clifton Productions and exponent, to create the AIME Knowledge Lounge, an educational environment that provides two full days of learning opportunities for all attendees.
An oxygen bar will provide pure oxygen in a variety of flavours, helping to rejuvenate visitors, while a juice bar will provide healthy refreshments. The Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) is hosting a food fair called “Streets of Melbourne” that will highlight locally sourced produce.
Be Challenged will showcase a range of interactive team building activities and programs, from the latest gamification technology to experiencing the thrills of playing in an orchestra.
Event director Ian Wainwright said AIME 2017 has a focus on technology, while providing a fun, collaborative atmosphere for networking.
“Everyone involved in AIME becomes truly immersed in the experience of doing business, being inspired, making connections, and engaging and interacting with exhibitors,” he said.
“AIME 2017 is sure to cater to all our visitor’s needs, and features a few surprises to make it even more memorable. Beyond connections, AIME is about celebrating our community, our powerful meetings and events industry and of course, our 25th birthday.”