Melbourne site wins top award

June 2001
Marketing Event;Jun2001, p15
Reports on the naming of Melbourne Exhibition and Convention Centre as the Best Purpose Built Convention and Exhibition Centre by the Meetings Industry Association of Australia. Key factors for winning the award; Remarks from Leigh Harry, chief executive of the Melbourne Exhibition.


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