The Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) took home four awards at the Victorian Meetings and Events Australia Awards on Monday night.
The centre was recognised as the best meeting venue catering for 500 delegates or more, top banquet and catering venue, and best in-house AV services for the third year running.
Assistant director of sales Prue Rogers was also recognised as the business development person of the year.
Chief executive Peter King said the awards were a reflection of the centre’s contribution the business events industry and dedication to providing an ultimate customer experience.
“These awards are a great recognition for our team who are the driving force behind the quality of events we creatively deliver to our customers,” he said.
Meanwhile, MCI project director Cindy-Lee Bakos was recognised as the top state meeting manager of the year, and Melbourne Convention Bureau’s bid executive Roslyn du Plooy took home the MEA/USI Young Professional Scholarship.
All award winners will now go head to head with other state champions at the 26th annual MEA national conference in Darwin on May 7.
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