The Association of Australian Convention Bureaux (AACB) is excited to announce a new partnership with Get Local and support the success of their inaugural domestic business events showcase in July which will reconnect Australian destinations and industry suppliers with new business opportunities.
Andrew Hiebl, CEO of AACB said, “The success of Get Local is in everyone’s interest as a key platform to restart the business events industry.”
“Australia’s convention bureaux represent tourism and events operators across Australia and Get Local will be the first opportunity to reconnect with clients in-person at an industry-wide event since the shutdown of the business events industry a year ago.”
AACB’s convention bureaux members will come together to exhibit at Get Local, representing some 1,800 business events businesses across the supply chain. Dedicated to driving meetings, incentives, conventions and exhibitions to their respective destinations, these convention bureaux will provide local support and expertise to event managers, PCOs, meeting planners and incentive organisers.
The connections made at the show will be vital to supporting the return of domestic business events and the recovery of the industry nationally. As convention bureaux secure business events for destinations across Australia, much needed future cash flow will be generated for suppliers industry wide.
For more information visit www.getlocalexpo.com.au
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