Get inspired by how event managers are conjuring up new visions – more creative, experiential and immersive than ever before.
In-person functions have returned and advancements in technology mean they are more engaging than ever. So what will the event landscape look like going forward?
As Melbourne’s winter draws to an end, take a look at the exciting events that are inspiring our 2023 calendar - from light shows to markets and exhibitions, there’s something for everyone.
After a recent lull in face-to-face networking and interaction within the live event scene, AIME 2022’s welcome party at CENTREPIECE certainly needed to be a night to remember.
As we gather together again, in-person technologies are playing a huge role in creating fresh, immersive experiences. But how high-tech can events really get?
Melbourne & Olympic Parks’ newest venues, CENTREPIECE at Melbourne Park and Kia Arena, have been shortlisted for the 2022 Victorian Architecture Awards.
The who’s who of world sport descended on CENTREPIECE at Melbourne Park last week for the inaugural SportNXT summit.
CENTREPIECE at Melbourne Park has announced supply agreements with Brown Brothers and Mitchelton Wines, two of Australia’s most eminent wineries.
2022 is off to a flying start with the first events being held in CENTREPIECE at Melbourne Park.
CENTREPIECE at Melbourne Park has announced exclusive supplier contracts with Moon Dog Craft Brewery and CAPI, two of Victoria’s leading beverage brands, highlighting Victoria’s rich refreshment culture.
Following two challenging years for the event industry, Asia Pacific Incentives and Meeting Event (AIME) will return in 2022.
The spiritual home of Australia's sporting and entertainment capital has a brand-new conference and events venue, CENTREPIECE at Melbourne Park.