Published on : Monday, November 6, 2017
The Australian industry is represented by Joyce DiMascio who is the chief executive of EEAA and also board members Jo-Anne Kelleway, CEO of Indo Salons and Helen Mantellato who is the business development manager international and exhibitions at the International Convention Centre Sydney.
DiMascio mentioned that after signing the MOU with UFI they had a great opportunity to place the events sector of Australia as a strongly competitive and enterprising market.
He feels that in the next few years the EEAA would be coming up with brand new opportunities for the Australian events industry and this Congress has offered a timely opportunity to confirm these programs that would be declared at the EEAA 2017 Conference in Melbourne.
The Global Congress of the UFI had to return to Africa this year for the first time since the year 2003.
Kai Hattendorf, the CEO and managing director of UFI core projects are on the track appropriately.
He then went on to state that over 1,200 industry professionals had joined the UFI events, 77 nations and regions that were active during the ‘Global Exhibitions Day’ they were able to add valuable fresh research and had many advocacy activities on behalf of and with the industry.