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.
$50m business event funding boost
Last night the Federal Government announced a $50 million grant program to restart Australia’s business event sector.
Tasmania’s newest eco friendly business event venue
Welcome to our newest Business Events Tasmania member, Spring Bay Mill. Located on the east coast of Tasmania in Triabunna, the site has been transformed from the world’s largest wood chip mill to an eco-friendly and unique business event space.
Tasmania’s newest hotel opens its doors
Guests staying at the hotel will enjoy the connected advantages of a modern hotel, with touch-pad controls and sustainable bathroom amenities, as well as stylish touches that echo the Tasmanian landscape and the forestry history seen through timber accents and complementing textures.
Tasmanian Business Event Attraction Fund adds extra appeal
The Tasmanian Business Events Attraction Fund (BEAF) allows Business Events Tasmania (BET) to offer financial support at an event’s bidding stage, to help secure strategic national and international conferences that align with Tasmania’s key industry sectors.