AIME 2007 had revealed its seminar program that will take palce at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre, 13 – 14 February. The programme includes the popular Business Events Forums and the…
AIME 2007 had revealed its seminar program that will take palce at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre, 13 – 14 February. The programme includes the popular Business Events Forums and the AIME Business Events Success Series of seminars.
“Our programme for AIME 2007 features international and local speakers, practical sessions that provide true learning activities and more interactive panel sessions. We have structured the programme to provide the best education available covering incentives – both travel and non travel programmes – special events, case studies, destination and venue selection and negotiation,” said Rosemarie Sama, AIME Event Director.
The AIME Business Events Forums will be held on both mornings of AIME prior to the exhibition opening. The first day’s Forum will feature a panel of international industry professionals who will examine major issues impacting the global and local industry. Panel participants include Patricia Durocher, Managing Director, HelmsBriscoe International; Martin Sirk, CEO, ICCA; and Sandra Chipchase, CEO, Melbourne Convention + Visitors Bureau. The second day will include four case studies of major events from around the globe, presented by the organisers themselves.
The AIME Business Events Success Series comprises six seminars, three on each day of AIME 2007 and is expected to appeal particularly to the corporate market.
- 60 Minutes of Special Event Ideas
- Big Ideas for Big Events
- The How and Why of Incentives (SITE)
- Choosing the Right Venue; Getting the Right Price (MEA)
- Emerging Destinations
- Planning an Incentive Programme that Delivers
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