LUXPERIENCE GIVES BACK
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.