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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”
Five reasons why a Destination Management Company (DMC) makes travel program planning a breeze
Arinex CEO Nicole Walker sheds some insight on the expert teams who deliver virtual and hybrid events, Digital Conference Organisers (DCOs), and answers some common questions.
Our Incentives and Corporate Events Senior Account Manager Leonie Ferris-Tonge shares why you should consider a travel reward program to motivate your staff.
To secure the neurology conference Business Events Perth worked collaboratively with the local conference organising committee, which features prominent neurological scientists from the Perron Institute and professional conference organisers Arinex.
Advice and inspiration to ensure your meeting can go ahead, come what may.
The value of utilising volunteers at association conferences are networking, varied skill sets and financial support.
Arinex mothers share the trials, triumphs and hair-pulling moments to help celebrate this Mother’s Day
Professor Roger Reddel of the Children’s Medical Research Institute has been named among the top 2% of globally-cited researchers. It comes 10 years after his team was presented with $170,000 from Rotary Club of Sydney by then-President Roslyn McLeod OAM.