EEAA Update – Useful resources and best wishes for 2017

By Exhibition and Event Association of Australasia , 16 January, 2017

Dear Members,

We’ve been back at the office a week and I can tell 2017 is going to be an exciting year for the Association.

We usually wait till the end of January before issuing our first bulletin, but there is so much around that we felt it was important to start sharing our news with you now.

Our new website is now up and I encourage you to take a look. It includes so much more for our Members. Make sure your content is managed constantly as we will be directing more and more traffic to this site. There are still Members who have not registered and entered their details. Please go to and click “Member Registration”.

The first “product” we’ll be exporting from this site is the 2017 Calendar of Member Events. This is our most popular resource used widely by Members and stakeholders. Are the details of all your events loaded in the Member section?

There are also details below of some Government Tenders – these are good opportunities to bid for pieces of business in the Government sector.

The start of the year is a good time to dust off your strategies and marketing plans – we attach a few useful resources to this update.

We’ll shortly be sending out Membership renewals so I’m looking forward to having all our Members plus more commit again to being part of our vibrant Association.

If you have any special needs this year – or ideas that we should be considering, do not hesitate to let us know.

Best wishes for 2017 for us all.

Joyce DiMascio
Chief Executive

• IMPORTANT: Ensure your events are listed in the EEAA event calendar
• OPPORTUNITY: Members can offer additional benefits to the EEAA community
• SAVE THE DATE: 8 March EEAA 2017 International Women’s Day celebration
• Tender opportunities with the Federal Government
• Jobs and Careers in Exhibitions and events
• RESOURCES: Free Google tutorials available to EEAA Members
• See you in Melbourne at AIME 2017
• RESOURCES: Marketo’s 2017 Marketing Predictions
• Other resources
• UPDATE: CEIR focuses more on industry-leading research

Read the full update here.

Source: Exhibition and Event Association of Australasia