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LUXPERIENCE 2018, now un­der the Diver­si­fied Com­mu­ni­ca­tions um­brella, wraps up today fol­low­ing three days of meet­ings, net­work­ing and ed­u­ca­tion held at Syd­ney’s Int’l Con­ven­tion Cen­tre.

Luxperience event di­rec­tor Michelle Pa­pas told Busi­ness Events News Luxperience has wel­comed 60% new buy­ers from the in­ter­na­tional key in­bound mar­kets in­clud­ing China, UK, US Europe and South East Asia.

The show also fea­tured new ex­hibitors such as Visit Rwanda and Korea Tourism Or­gan­i­sa­tion; new prod­ucts from Greece, Italy and Philip­pines, along with “in­creased in­ter­est from Europe ex­hibitors”.

Pa­pas said that fol­low­ing in­ter­views with del­e­gates they were able to pro­vide ex­actly what was asked for.

“There is a great buzz, peo­ple are re­ally pleased with the qual­ity,” she said.

WŝĐƚƵƌĞĚ above cen­tre are Michelle Pa­pas, event di­rec­tor with Claire-Ann Leo, event man­age­ment at Luxperience.

Insert to the left is Salt­wa­ter Dream­time Indige­nous artist, Zachary Ben­nett-Brook; and inset right is Nicole Davey, Perth Con­ven­tion Bureau & Ge­or­gia At­ter­ton, Cable Beach Club Re­sort and Spa.

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