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In late 2021, Arinex took another major step in its sustainability journey by relocating its Sydney office to a new, greener building at 44 Market Street. Its smart office design offering more efficient use of space and impressive environmental credentials were two...
Every year, eight million trees are cut down just to make business cards. Every day, 27 million business cards are printed. Every week, 88% of those cards are thrown out within a week of being passed on. These are the alarming statistics highlighted by Tapt, an...
Incorporating some of these will make events more sustainable, require little effort and go a long way to creating a better future.
As part of the process to become carbon neutral, Arinex purchased carbon credits to offset the carbon emissions the organisation generated in a year. Arinex employees selected their preferred Climate Active approved organisations.
By Nicole Walker, Arinex Managing Director How are registrations tracking? It is one of the most frequently asked questions in the events industry. Quite rightly so, given registration revenue is directly linked to event profitability. It is therefore understandable...
Where do you start if you want to deliver a carbon-neutral event? These 12 steps will start you on the journey and begin by engaging a registered Climate Active Consultant to facilitate your carbon-neutral certification submission.
Arinex recently put its on-the-ground event management expertise to use once again to deliver the 2022 National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) Awards for Excellence marking a partnership of 10 years.
Arinex has become the first Australian Event Management Company to gain Carbon Neutral Certification.
It is time to re-shift the mindset to the ‘new normal’. Let’s challenge the idea that virtual platforms are no longer a substitute, but a complementary addition to a face-to-face event. It is important to consider this and much more. Get the top 12 tips for turning events face to face in 2022 and beyond.
Leaving Australia to attend IAPCO2022 in Rome was fabulous! There is nothing like meeting face to face after two years and to have a chance to reconnect and listen to how the business events industry is performing globally.
Travelling 34,340km’s during a pandemic was worth the effort in order to support Tourism Australia at IBTM and promote the best country in the world – Australia.
A non-stop dermatology conference designed to be accessible at any time from across the world is putting Melbourne on a truly international stage.
Roslyn McLeod, founder of Arinex, announces the new owner of the business – CEO Nicole Walker
Arinex’ Incentives and Special Events team is readying for the return of international travellers, launching a new destination website and exhibiting at upcoming tradeshows IMEX America and IBTM World. The team has designed the new website to inspire incentive hosts...
Transitioning from physical to fully virtual event, advice on retaining sponsors, virtual program planning and the benefits and challenges of virtual platforms were all canvassed in Arinex’ first virtual event showcase, ‘Behind the Screens’.
Arinex is excited to share that Alessandra Damant, National Conference Organising team leader, has been welcomed to the IAPCO Council as a Next Generation Council Member.
The Exhibition and Event Association of Australasia (EEAA) announced a strong and diverse newly constituted Board of Directors, following the Annual General Meeting on 28 September with Nicole Walker as President.
Arinex joins MEA’s Hall of Fame for the third time, which has never been done before in Australia.
What are PCOs saying about the return to in-person? Their relationship with venues? Virtual vs Hybrid? And the search for new talent?
Specialised team established following inaugural event “The Turn of Events; Bringing Business Events Back”