Long seen as the poor cousin of Sydney and Melbourne when luring incentive groups, Brisbane is moving to capitalise on a new era of tourism as Australia’s third largest city.
Brisbane just wrapped hosting Tourism Australia’s signature international incentive showcase Dreamtime 2017. There was plenty on the menu for international delegates, with Brisbane’s foodie scene really taking off. Here are just some of the culinary delights on Brisbane’s plate.
Serving over 9000 guests and 3500 crew daily, P&O Cruises corporate executive chef Uwe Stiefel has his work cut out for him.
Known for its cultural diversity and mouth-watering cuisines, Malaysia has it all: 130 million-year-old rainforests, blissful tropical islands, UNESCO World Heritage sites, plus electrifying urban experiences.
cievents has launched Innovation Week, a think tank to provide a forum for sharing new technology trends and products, demonstrate the business’ commitment to innovation, drive staff engagement and enhance the foundations for an innovative culture.
In the final of our four-part series on how Singapore can help Association meeting planners, we look at the scope of Singapore’s fast-growing industry clusters, the new events it continues to attract and the numerous awards that reflect Singapore’s status as the top meetings city in the Asia-Pacific.
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