Business Events are back!
It has been an incredibly busy start to the year for Business Events Tasmania with March heralding an extremely positive milestone in the recovery of Tasmania’s business events sector, with ten business events taking place across the state, representing an estimated economic impact of $6,855,140.00 in one month alone.
Seeking Strategic Bidding Partners
Call for Expressions of Interest - BET is committed to business events that recognise the key industries and competitive advantages that exist in Tasmania. We work with the state government, research institutes, ambassadors, and local bodies to identify and bid on business events that drive the states visitor and knowledge economy. Additionally, through the Tasmanian Government’s Business Events Attraction Fund (BEAF) we can offer funding to clients at the critical bidding stage.
Tasmanian business event providers recognised at industry awards
Business Events Tasmania congratulates industry partner Peppers Silo Hotel on their win in the Business Events Venue category at the Tasmanian Tourism Awards held in Hobart over the weekend.
PCOA21 is coming to Hobart
Business Events Tasmania (BET) welcomes the opportunity to showcase Tasmania’s conferencing and business event capabilities to industry professionals at the PCOA Conference 2021 in Hobart.
Tassie just got bigger!
The hotel landscape in Hobart is rapidly changing with a number of big brands opening in the waterfront city.
Biennial Australian Industrial Hemp Conference confirms Launceston for 2022
Confirmation this week that the Australian Industrial Hemp Conference will be held in Launceston in March 2022 is a great win for the North, and further evidence that Tasmania’s business events sector is starting to see signs of recovery.
Board election announcement
Following our recent AGM, Business Events Tasmania is pleased to announce the results of our 2020 board election.