Several Brisbane Marketing Business Events members were recognised at the prestigious Meeting Events Australia (MEA) National Awards 2019, held virtually last week. Brisbane’s key event venues, the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre and Howard Smith Wharves, both achieved top acclaim in state and national award categories. Arinex also won a national award. See the full list of award winners here.
Long adept at producing event banners, corporate branding, vehicle signage, wallpaper and posters, Bailey Print Group has pivoted its business to produce 22,000 face shields for frontline health workers. The company can also provide distance floor dots, A-frames, posters and static cling decals for re-opening businesses keen to advise staff and customers of COVID-19 safety procedures.
Is your home workout session getting a bit stale? Riverlife is offering new small group personal training kayak sessions. They are also offering special rates on two-hour kayak hire plus weekly bike and rollerblade hire.
Delicious magazine has announced Tommerup’s Dairy Farm’s Jersey Girl cultured salted butter and Summer Land Camels’ Persian feta as top produce from Queensland as part of the food magazine’s 2020 Harvey Norman Produce Awards. The producers will enter the national finals in October.
If you’ve missed a birthday, anniversary, babymoon or honeymoon during gathering restrictions, Spicers Balfour, Spicers Hidden Vale and Spicers Peak Lodge are all offering special Birthversaryaccommodation packages with enticing inclusions.
Discover everything our cultural institutions are up to with online tours, exhibitions, performances, talks and workshops being staged by organisations such as QAGOMA, Museum of Brisbane and Queensland Theatre. Additionally, Brisbane Powerhouse has released a list of rescheduled shows while while you can browse the QAGOMA store and the MoB shop for bespoke items. The good news is QAGOMA and Queensland Museum will begin re-opening from late June.
The Yatala Drive-In has introduced social-distancing safe movie screenings and you can see their upcoming program here.
Need a professional translation service? 2M Language Services has been awarded ISO certification 17100:2015, which is the only internationally valid standard that specifically defines process standards for translation services and is intended to ensure a high-quality translation product.
With more people now on the move, some people are still anxious about travelling around. Hughes Limousines offer a safe and hygienic way of getting from A to B.
In partnership with Super Advice Australia, Wine & Dine’m Catering has launched Superfood for Superheroes – a service delivering gourmet meals to essential workers in healthcare, aged care and education across South East Queensland. The company can also provide flexible catering arrangements for business meeting needs.
Australian Catering Services has announced it is back on deck and can now provide catering for corporate needs, small events plus memorial services. Their team at Pat Rafter Arena is also providing delicious Merlo coffee via their pop-up coffee cart as tennis resumes at the venue.
Story Bridge Hotel is offering its delectable breakfast and dinner options for most of the week through its takeaway service and has re-opened for dine-in breakfast while Deery's Restaurant has re-opened for lunch and dinner from Wednesdays to Saturdays, bookings essential.
St Lucia Golf Links has opened its putt putt course and is allowing people to play golf on their captivating course.
Victoria Park has announced its function centre will open to host events for up to 100 guests from 10 July in its exceptional venues, including private outdoor spaces and terraces with exceptional city views.
Brisbane’s digital festival – Something Digital – is committed to taking place the week commencing 19 October, with flexibility on how it will be delivered. The theme has been changed to ‘A BRAVE New World’, to reflect on how the world has become more digitally reliant than ever.
BDO has produced a guide for businesses that focuses on building resilience and how to recover from the COVID-19 situation.