Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC), Australia’s most awarded venue and officially ranked among the top three convention centres world-wide on three separate occasions, is set to change the face of meetings in Australia.
Brisbane – With the opening later this year of BCEC on Grey Street, the Centre’s boutique expansion of its convention facilities, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre will be Australia’s most flexible meetings and events venue.
The expanded BCEC, which is operated by leading international venue management group AEG Ogden, delivers more flexibility and more choices for a wider range of meetings from 200 to 8,000 than has previously been offered.
BCEC on Grey Street is specifically designed for smaller and medium sized meetings of up to 600 delegates and the niche nature of the development is proving a popular proposition for meeting planners world-wide with its offering of:
- 52% increase in convention space
- 20 additional meeting rooms
- 2 tiered auditoria for 400 and 600
- 2 main convention levels with expansive foyers and banqueting facilities
Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre is located in a unique urban riverside precinct, hub of Brisbane’s thriving arts and cultural activities and home to the city’s newest and most sophisticated restaurant and retail outlets.
Brisbane, Australia’s new world city, vibrant, confident, sophisticated, offering a mix of globally connected business, ground breaking science and creative and cultural wealth has established an influential reputation for hosting major international events. Located in the heart of Australia’s premier tourist region, Brisbane ticks all the boxes as the ideal convention destination.
Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre is owned by South Bank Corporation and proudly managed by leading international venue management specialists AEG Ogden.
About AEG Ogden:
AEG Ogden is a joint venture between Australian interests and AEG Facilities of the United States.
AEG Ogden manages venues throughout the Asia Pacific region, including the Brisbane, Cairns, Darwin and Kuala Lumpur Convention Centres, the Qatar National Convention Centre (currently under construction), Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Sydney’s Acer Arena, the Brisbane Entertainment Centre and the Newcastle Entertainment Centre, the Perth Arena (currently under construction) and live theatres including Perth’s His Majesty’s Theatre and the Perth Concert Hall.
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About AEG Facilities:
AEG, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Anschutz Company, is the leading sports, entertainment and venue operator in the world. AEG Facilities, a stand-alone affiliate of AEG, owns, operates or consults with 100 of the industry’s preeminent venues worldwide, across five continents, and works in concert with affiliated AEG entities, including live event producer, AEG Live, AEG Global Partnerships and AEG Development to support the success of AEG venues across the globe. AEG owns, operates or provides services to venues including STAPLES Center (Los Angeles, Calif.), The Home Depot Center (Carson, Calif.), Nokia Theatre L.A. Live (Los Angeles, Calif.), Citizens Business Bank Arena (Ontario, Calif.), Valley View Casino Center (San Diego, Calif.) Sprint Center (Kansas City, Mo.), XL Center and Rentschler Field (Hartford, Conn.), The Rose Garden (Portland, Ore.), KeyArena (Seattle, Wash.), KFC YUM! Center (Louisville, Ky.), AmericanAirlines Arena (Miami, Fla.), AT&T Center (San Antonio, Tx.), Time Warner Cable Arena (Charlotte, N.C.), Prudential Center (Newark, N.J.), Target Center (Minneapolis, Minn.), Mercedes-Benz Arena (Shanghai, China), MasterCard Center (Beijing, China), The O2 Arena (London, England), O2 World (Berlin, Germany), O2 World Hamburg (Hamburg, Germany), Ahoy Arena (Rotterdam, Netherlands), Pernambuco Stadium (Recife, Brazil), Acer Arena (Sydney, Australia), Globe Arenas (Stockholm, Sweden) and the Qatar National Convention Centre (Doha, Qatar). For more information, please visit www.aegworldwide.com