One of the largest conferences to be held in Adelaide ‘Land Forces 16’ has been hailed an overwhelming success with the host city receiving accolades from organisers and delegates alike that reinforce the messaging used by Team Adelaide to win the event from the outset despite fierce national competition. LAND FORCES REINFORCES ADELAIDE
Adelaide has won the right to host World Routes 2019, the largest and most prestigious event conference in the aviation industry. It will be the first time the event has been held in Australia. WORLD ROUTES
Land Forces 2016
conference and expo will make both an immediate and enduring impact on Adelaide next week with thousands of visitors from across the globe headed to South Australia for the 3-day event running 6-8 September. LAND FORCES INVASION OF ADELAIDE A MASSIVE BOOST
Adelaide will host 1000 world experts in the field of Supportive Care in Cancer from 23rd
June which presents a number of exceptional opportunities for our own experts in this field as well as bringing about welcome tourism dollars in this traditionally quiet time of year. Cancer Care conference
The $6bn redevelopment of the Adelaide Riverbank precinct which includes the BioMed City, Adelaide Convention Centre and Adelaide Oval projects is about to enter its next phase with works to commence in August on the 25,000sq metre Festival Plaza development (which includes two key private projects). ADELAIDE RIVERBANK PRECINCT FESTIVAL PLAZA
Qatar Airways’ inaugural flight to South Australia – using the world’s most modern aircraft – will land at Adelaide Airport this afternoon.
The much-anticipated direct service from Doha to Adelaide marks the start of the airline’s daily flights to Adelaide, which are estimated to generate an extra $41 million into South Australia’s visitor economy and create 228 jobs across the state. QATAR AIRWAYS LANDS IN ADELAIDE
Adelaide, South Australia - following a joint Australia-New Zealand bid, has been named as the host city for the 8th World Fisheries Congress (WFC) 2020 to which more than 1500 delegates are expected to attend. World Fisheries 2020
Adelaide, South Australia’s investment in bringing Dreamtime, Tourism Australia’s premier business events showcase to the city at the end of 2015 has well and truly paid dividends. LIVING THE DREAM IN ADELAIDE
Every week, Adelaide is presented with a number of unique business opportunities with national and/or international experts in a specific genre visiting our city for the purpose of attending or speaking at a conference. AGM REVEALS THE REAL SIZE OF THE CONFERENCE INDUSTRY
A successful convention bid by the Adelaide Convention Bureau, and its team Adelaide partners including University of Adelaide, South Australian Tourism Commission and the Adelaide Convention Centre, has developed into an incredible opportunity for local businesses with an interest in doing business with or within Asia. A WIN FOR ADELAIDE BRINGS AN INCREDIBLE OPPORTUNITY FOR LOCAL BUSINESS
The Adelaide Convention Bureau, the peak body responsible for business tourism in the state welcomes the news of a new $5m bid fund over 2 years announced by the State Government. NEW BID FUND
Adelaide, South Australia: The Adelaide Convention Bureau’s annual destination showcase “Destination SA” (DSA) has been hailed as an unqualified success by delegates, been quoted the ‘best one ever’ by media who have attended previously and has already reaped rewards for the state with a several leads for future events to be followed up by the Bureau as well as a number of events confirming Adelaide as their host city already. DESTINATION SA BLOWS EVERYONE AWAY
What a year it’s been!! A record breaking year for the Adelaide Convention Bureau – results up by 15% and a 180:1 ROI to the South Australian Government.
NOW IS THE TIME overview FINAL
A stay in an underground hotel in the outback town of Coober Pedy, swimming with wild Dolphins at Glenelg, a visit to Kangaroo Island, tasting Grange at the home of Penfolds, a day in the world famous Barossa sampling some of the regions finest ... all just got a whole lot easier for business delegates heading to South Australia.
ADELAIDE PORTAL AN AUSTRALIAN FIRST final (2)
The Adelaide Convention Bureau is proud to announce that following a competitive bidding process, Tourism Australia has named Adelaide, South Australia as the host city for Dreamtime, its premier corporate meeting and incentive business to business trade marketing event and showcase.
Tourism Australia kicked off AIME with the announcement that its signature trade-marketing event, Dreamtime 2015, will be held in the city of Adelaide in South Australia.
Tourism Australia Dreamtime 2015 release
The Adelaide Convention Bureau has released results of a massively successful 2014 that will see a record $144.2m added to the state’s visitor economy.YEAR END RELEASE 2014 FINAL
Now here’s a great idea! Adelaide has been announced as the host destination for yet another prestigious event - The National Institute of Patent and Trademark Attorneys conference to be held in April 2015 at the Stamford Grand Adelaide Hotel. A good time to have a good idea
The Adelaide Convention Bureau recorded a successful year amongst the back drop of a competitive business events market and challenging economic conditions.
Annual Report 2013-14
The Adelaide Convention Bureau, in partnership with The Space Industry Association of Australia (SIAA) and State Government of South Australia is excited to announce the bid by Adelaide to host the International Astronautical Congress (IAC) in September 2017 has been successful. Adelaide wins IAC 2017.
South Australia has beat Bremen, Orlando, Istanbul and Dublin to earn the right to host the 68th International Astronautical Congress at the Adelaide Convention Centre in September 2017. Adelaide wins IAC 2017
The Adelaide Convention Bureau has released its 2013/14 annual report at its AGM with data confirming its strategy for the year has paid dividends and reinforcing that ‘business events’ are a key economic driver of the state’s visitor economy.
2013 14 Annual report release1
The Adelaide Convention Bureau, the peak body for business events in Adelaide South Australia turned 40 in 2014. This publication endeavours to give a brief history of the Bureau together with personal insights from past chairpersons, executive directors, members and staff.
Celebrating 40 years in 2014
Adelaide has won right to host the world’s most important annual engineering research conference in 2015 thanks to a collaborated bidding partnership between the Adelaide Convention Bureau and the University of Adelaide. ADELAIDE TO ENGINEER GLOBAL DEANS CONFERENCE
Adelaide, South Australia is positioning itself on a global scale for major conventions.
The destination is currently undergoing an unprecedented level of infrastructure development and investment, which will further enhance the city’s already renowned ‘ease of use’ functionality and services to the Business Events sector.
Adelaide, Australia - Now is the time!
Adelaide Oval our much lauded ground for all things sport is also making its mark as a conference and function venue
THE LAW OF SPORT AT THE OVAL
During the recent annual Dreamtime famil organised as a joint venture between the state business tourism bodies and Business Events Australia, the Indian delegation was absolutely thrilled and somewhat in awe as they visited the newly $535m upgraded Adelaide Oval to witness a test cricket match between Australia and England.
ICONIC CRICKET VENUE SPEARHEADS SOUTH AUSTRALIA
For the past 10 years , the Adelaide Convention Bureau’s highly successful ‘Destination SA’ showcase has been firmly established as one of the must attend events for the local, national and international business events sector.
DESTINATION SA REINVENTS ITSELF
Adelaide Convention Bureau has released results for the first half of this financial year which show a continuing trend of successful bid wins for conferences to be hosted in Adelaide.
Business Tourism Pouring into Adelaide
Conference organisers can now see how the expanded Adelaide Convention Centre (ACC) will look at the heart of the redeveloped Riverbank precinct following the launch of a new “ fly-through”
. The video provides a bird’s eye view of the Riverbank precinct along the River Torrens from Adelaide Oval through to the new Royal Adelaide Hospital, as well as a detailed virtual tour of the expanded Centre. Centre chief executive Alec Gilbert said the video gives the viewer a real sense of the space and flexibility of the expanded Centre, its unique location and the spectacular views future delegates will enjoy. “It also brings to life the Centre’s location at the heart of the revitalised Riverbank precinct, which will be a key advantage for conference and event organisers and delegates,” he said.
The Adelaide Convention Bureau and the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) have forged a relationship that is delivering results well before the world-class $200 million health and medical research institute officially opens its doors later this year.
MORE then 500 new Adelaide Oval jobs will be advertised from Monday, while a further 700 will be filled largely by former AAMI Stadium and SACA workers.
Adelaide wins the right ot host 6 major international events