Face to face amplified
Responding to increased demand for in-person connections, event organisers can now integrate more face to face networking moments within their events at ICC Sydney, while continuing to put attendees’ health and safety first. ICC Sydney’s ‘Connect Outdoors’ meeting options delivered in partnership with Divine Events, invites organisers to extend their networking opportunities and take advantage of the venue’s outdoor spaces with uninterrupted views across Darling Harbour and the iconic Sydney CBD skyline.
In-person experiences have been enhanced at the venue with the update of its Self-Guided Art Tours used to locate its comprehensive Australian art collection, including artwork “Gadigal, Acknowledgement Respect” showcased in the venue’s Reconciliation Action Plan, created by First Nations contemporary artist, Jeffrey Samuels—one of the founding members of the Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative. New partnerships and broadened experiences have been added to the venue’s Legacy Program offering event organisers even more avenues to reach their corporate social responsibility objectives through their events.
Hybrid is not a dirty word
ICC Sydney evolved its industry leading hybrid event services further today, with the launch of a new speaker preparation and digital event solutions hub. Services offered within ‘Connect Hub’ span speaker preparation supporting complex program delivery of both onsite presenters and specialised support via ICC Sydney’s newly expanded Digital Concierge for online speakers. Connect Hub also features the venue’s permanent, dedicated media studio for broadcast events, video edit suite, digital signage management and digital event platform design and delivery. Managed by ICC Sydney’s audiovisual experts, the venue’s customisable digital event platform, ICC Sydney Connect, provides an end to end solution for managing hybrid events.
Experienced, match fit team
At the heart of this evolved offering is ICC Sydney’s world class, experienced team. While guiding clients through the pandemic, the team also upskilled ready to help people get back to meeting face to face. Today, they deliver unrivalled experiences and exceptional events, understanding the unique needs of event organisers and attendees in a different world.
Prior to COVID-19, the sector generated AUD$36 billion annually for the national economy, and ICC Sydney generated AUD$900 million annually, delivering flow-on benefits to local businesses, tourism, hospitality and the many workers who are reliant on the success of the industry.
To find out more about ICC Sydney, visit https://www.iccsydney.com.au/.