To help ease some of the strain on our 200+ partners due to the impacts of coronavirus (COVID-19), Melbourne Convention Bureau has extended the membership period for all our current partners at no extra cost. The best outcomes come from working together through difficult times. Helping our partners navigate the challenges presented by this situation is MCB’s highest priority right now.
Business events can be held in various settings across Victoria, from meeting rooms in hotels, museums, restaurants and cafes, to dedicated conference facilities. Therefore, the restrictions applied to these events depends on the setting in which it takes place. For further information please see the Coronavirus (COVID-19) roadmap to reopening on the Vic.Gov.au website. Further information, including frequently asked questions, will be published to the sector guidance pages for accommodation, hospitality, attractions and experiences and tourism (tours and transport).
The Victorian Government has provided Information for Business Event organisers and COVIDSafe planning for Business Events , in accordance with the Victorian Public Events Framework to help organisers of business events in Victoria to meet their safety obligations and responsibilities during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on the Vic.Gov.au website.
MCB currently is participating in regular liaison with industry bodies including:
For Melbourne Convention Bureau Partners seeking updates on conferences 2021 and beyond, please visit your Partner Portal where changes to events are being reported on.
For partnerships related enquiries please contact:
Rebecca Eagleson, Director, Partnerships and Events
T +61 3 9002 2317 / M + 61 407 043 881 / E email@example.com