AACB deliveries education, research and insigts, often in conjunction with its strategic partners, to support Australia's business events industry.
AACB and Destinations International joined forces to deliver a Strategic Leadership Webinar Series to entice thought leadership and inform post pandemic direction and purpose.
This webinar series explored high level global insights, becoming a community asset, rewriting our industry’s narrative, and promoting our impact.
AACB’s strategic partner, Cvent presented their 2021 Planner Sourcing Report , which helps hotels and venues to understand how best to appeal to and support planners as they source and plan events.
As part of the presentation, AACB CEO Andrew Hiebl, highlighted AACB’s latest forward calendar insights of domestic and international business events secured by Australia’s convention bureaux.
Through the NewAccess for Small Business Owners (NASBO) program, free and confidential mental health coaching is available which has been specifically developed to provide much needed support for small business owners and sole traders during these challenging times.
In partnership with AACB, Beyond Blue delivered a webinar outlining free mental health support available for small tourism and events business owners.
For two decades AACB's Staff Scholarship program has been supporting projects delivered by future leaders that benefit member bureaux.
The impact of design on event experiences and the organisations planning them
Sandro Serio, Marketing & Design Manager, Melbourne Convention Bureau
How COVID-19 suppression measures have impacted Australia's BE industry
Mia Oesterberg, Project and Events Executive, NT Business Events
Understanding corporate and incentive market behaviours for success in a post-COVID business events environment
Taryn Reid, Experience and Engagement Manager, Business Events Tasmania