Published on : Monday, November 15, 2021
Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre (MCEC) launched a virtual and modulated event offering market with a showcase event “Defy All Conventions,” attending more than 300 people, both online and offline. The event included the elaboration of what the industry-leading platform has to offer and new ways to connect groups and audiences.
Innovative event planning and delivery services included such as dedicated event managers, expert in-house tech support, and accessing world-class event team, facilities and food & beverage for guests attending in person.
They are proud to union state-of-the-art technology, with world-class facilities refers as “Connected Event Design”. Peter King (CEO OF MCEC) said he is excited to see MCEC leading with world-class technology.
They launched a new platform ensuring to move with time and keep customers and audiences as busy as possible. An address was included for the event from Mr. King, Jaala Pulford (MP The Hon.) and Lisa Mclnnes-Smith (Keynote Speaker) about the importance of changing behaviour and searching news ideas of thinking and inspiring.
A panel session was included with Richard Curtis (CEO of FutureBrand, Australia), Paul Hamshere (Commercial Product Principal), Helen Fairclough (Chief Operations Officer MCEC) and Melissa Sweetland (Chief Commercial Officer MCEC).
A clarification was also presented of the video capabilities of the platform with Peter Haycroft (Executive Chef MCEC) along with more technical with MCEC technology experts.