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Arenas and Conference Centres

ACC Liverpool confirms first international business win for new Exhibition Centre

  Exhibition Centre Liverpool, the latest addition to ACC Liverpool, has secured its first international conference and exhibition.
The European Association for International Education (EAIE) has confirmed it will hold its annual conference at the new complex from September 12 -16 2016.  The event, which is the largest international higher education conference in Europe, will bring 5,500 delegates over five days with more expected to attend an attached exhibition.  It is set to generate £9.4m in economic benefit to the city region. 


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BCEC – well connected for the world’s most influential business event

As Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC) prepares to welcome world leaders, their delegations and 3,000 international media this week, the Centre’s Audio Visual & Production Services (AVPS) Team is gearing up for their biggest gig of all time.

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Exhibition Centre Liverpool reaches key milestone with Topping Out

Exhibition Centre Liverpool topping out
Exhibition Centre Liverpool reached another important project milestone in its journey to become the newest facility of its kind in the UK with the topping out of the £66m development.
A ceremonial event held at the prominent ACC Liverpool waterfront site, which is already home to BT Convention Centre and Echo Arena, saw the signing and installation of a specially commissioned steel beam at the highest point on the striking building – acknowledging the key roles of the major project stakeholders.


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Food for thought at Darwin Convention Centre

The pivotal role Northern Australia plays in the country’s future has been in the spotlight of late and will be in sharp focus in Darwin this week at a high level, multi-sector conference to discuss agricultural development in the region.
Agriculture industry leaders, government officials, engaged farmers, Indigenous thought leaders, researchers, and environmentalists are among a wide array of stakeholders convening at the Northern Australia Food Futures Conference 2014 to be held 3 November - 5 November at the Darwin Convention Centre.


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A royal feast fit for a princess at Royal International Convention Centre

Her Royal Highness, The Princess Royal (Princess Anne) was treated to some of Queensland’s finest produce at a BBQ hosted by the RNA last night, held at the Royal International Convention Centre (Royal ICC).
The “Great Australian BBQ” menu, created exclusively for the royal visit, was designed to showcase the best of the best and give The Princess Royal a taste of what Queensland has to offer.


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