The Big Cheese with Emporium Hotel’s Peter Savoff

For this week’s midweek interview, we took a closer look at the Emporium Hotel, Brisbane’s general manager, Peter Savoff. That is, until he took a few hurried steps backwards.

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NT health sector shows off cutting edge event options

Just in case you needed yet ANOTHER reason why Darwin is a fantastic option for business events.

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Urban Winery Sydney moves to Moore Park

Sydney’s only functioning winery has moved to a larger space so they can produce more wine! Honestly, you had us at wine, but MORE wine is even better.

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Here’s why mobile apps are now a ‘must have’ for events

by Jack Ukil

Our favourite app right now is Google Maps. We tried getting to work without it this morning and ended up getting lost for three hours.

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EEAA wants to reduce the environmental impact of the events sector

We’re trying to reduce the environmental impact of our office by starting an office compost. It’s fine, once you get used to the smell.

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Former White House events director headlines The Business of Events

The only thing we’re headlining today is knock-off drinks at the pub across the road.

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Flight Centre’s James Kavanagh talks NDC, AI and business travel

Please excuse the generic stock image accompanying this article, we promise it’s at least 100 times more interesting than a businessman shaking a fake robot arm.

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Check out NZ’s new tech savvy smart hotel!

Here’s to hoping this doesn’t get hijacked during the robot revolution forcing guests to wait an extra hour for room service and flicking the lights off at inconvenient times.

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Crown is taking legal action against the government over Barangaroo views

We wish we could take legal action against tall people for blocking our views at the cinema but apparently, that would be “unethical” and “heightist”.

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Exhibitions

Brisbane’s pop-up exhibition celebrates 10 years

Want your next event to go off with a bang? Check out this fabulous exhibition! No explosives required.

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GET READY: Australian indigenous Tourism Conference deets are here!

The first program details have been released for the 2018 Australian Indigenous Tourism Conference (AITC), set to take place in Lorne later this year

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PCO Speaker Q&A: Tomer Garzberg, CEO of GRONADE

Want to know more about whether AI will be helpful in your industry? Set aside your fear of robots taking over the world for a few minutes and hear the man out.

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Featured Venue: Coombe Yarra Valley

Your next event could be hosted at the home of Australia’s most famous diva. PLUS there’s wine involved. We love everything about this place.

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Last chance to grab early-bird Travel DAZE tickets!

You better hurry, because Travel DAZE early bird tickets are only available until midnight TONIGHT! So buy your ticket, then hurry along to happy hour like the rest of us.

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Big Fat Hotel Wrap

Start getting excited: it’s almost Friday! Well, kind of. At least we’re halfway through. In the meantime, have a peruse through this very informative wrap.

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Macao, China

MACAO is one of Asia’s must see destinations. Now known as one of the world’s most exciting destinations for all styles of travel, for its mind blowing landscapes of centuries old architecture and local cuisine, to the newly formed hotels and resorts that provide world-class entertainment and shows plus world-firsts in family attractions that cannot be found in neighbouring cities.