The Australian Events Awards are now open for entries. While the awards recognise achievement in the Events Industry, they have several categories including Best Achievement in Design. If you have been involved in the area of events design this is your chance to stand up and be counted. “Australia boasts an incredible scale of event […]
July 3rd, 2009
The Australian Events Awards are now open for entries. While the awards recognise achievement in the Events Industry, they have several categories including Best Achievement in Design.
If you have been involved in the area of events design this is your chance to stand up and be counted.
“Australia boasts an incredible scale of event expertise and there is a need to spell out the achievements of our thriving events industry to the wider community,” said John Allen, Foundation Director of the Australian Centre for Event Management.
“From events like Melbourne Cup and the Adelaide Fringe Festival, to the Bridge to Brisbane fun-run, the Australian Event Awards will see events of every size and budget compete on a level playing field.”
Entries close 27 July 2009.
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