NSW Regional Conferencing
Share your venue on the Meet in Regional NSW website and gain exposure for your regional conferences and business events.
* It’s free!
* It’s easy to do – the forms (both venue and supplier) take about 5 minutes to complete and all you need to do is upload relevant hi-res images to showcase your business events space
* There is a team to help you
* A paid SEM (search engine marketing) campaign is constantly driving traffic to this site, to help promote your business event, funded through Destination NSW.
If you would like to have your venue listed to allow Destination NSW to promote your venue for regional conferences and business events, please fill out the form below.
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If you would like to have your details listed to allow Destination NSW to promote you as a supplier for regional conferences and business events, please fill out the form below.
NSW Regional Conferencing Sector
The NSW Regional Conferencing sector is a key part of the broader NSW Visitor Economy, and has the potential to bring significant economic and employment benefits to regional NSW. The business events sector generates $290 million in delegate expenditure, additional visitor expenditure of $11.6 million from pre and post conference touring and the employment of more than 2,300 people.
However, in the last decade the number of visitor nights generated for regional NSW by business events has declined. Regional NSW’s market share of the eastern seaboard (NSW, Victoria and Queensland) has been in decline, down from 13.1% in year end March 2007 to 11.5% in year end March 2017.
The NSW Visitor Economy Industry Action Plan identified that for regional conferencing to grow and to prosper, a strategic approach and funded program was needed.
The NSW Government responded with the NSW Regional Conferencing Strategy and Action Plan 2017 – 2021 and the establishment of the Regional Conferencing Unit, within Destination NSW.
The NSW Government’s four-year plan will address the challenges facing the NSW regional conferencing market and maximise the growth opportunities. The Strategy and Action Plan 2017-2021 aims to build capability, improve NSW’s competitive position, stimulate demand and return the sector to growth.