MEET FUTURE EMPLOYERS AND KICK-START YOUR CAREER IN EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

By Exhibition and Event Association of Australasia , 2 November, 2017


VALUABLE LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES AT THE EEAA 2017 CONFERENCE ON 29-30 NOVEMBER IN MELBOURNE

There is a special opportunity for current full-time students studying event management or similar courses to meet future employers and learn about the world of events and exhibitions at the EEAA 2017 Conference on 29-30 November in Melbourne.

The Exhibition and Event Association of Australasia (EEAA) is passionate about developing the careers of young professionals looking to be part of this exciting and dynamic industry and for the first time, it has opened their Conference up to current students studying event management or related courses.

Events and exhibitions are:

Exciting – we have the opportunity to work on shows from every conceivable industry sector including Oz Comic-Con, Motorclassica, The Sydney International Boat Show, CeBIT Australia, Good Food & Wine Show, Fitness Show, Australian International Airshow, Dog Lovers Show and Hair Expo Australia.

Dynamic – there are many different career paths you can choose, from organising these important and exciting shows, to working in the venues that host them or being part of the supplier teams that create the magic and help deliver the visitor experience.

There are roles in event operations, sales, marketing, administration, design, AV and production, freight and logistics, stand build and construction.

Purposeful – did you know that we contribute over $3.1 billion to the Australian economy? Our sector is vital to economic development, trade and export, employment, visitation and knowledge sharing. We contribute to the growth and sustainability of all Australia’s key economic pillars and help position our nation as a destination for business events.

Register for the EEAA 2017 Conference, meet future employers and kick-start your career:


Full price: $1,726 | Student price $490
Registrations close: Friday, 24 November 2017

 

EEAA’S COMMITMENT TO FUTURE LEADERS
We work closely with education providers including The College of Event Management and TAFE NSW, as well as agencies such as Skills IQ and Apprenticeship Support Australia to provide relevant training and open the doors for students to enter the workforce.

View the conference program and contact EEAA on P: 02 9413 9520 | E: memberservices@eeaa.com.au for more information.

 

 

 

Source: Exhibition and Event Association of Australasia