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Accomodation Providers Review of GC2018

More than 6600 athletes and officials from 70 Commonwealth nations and territories made their way to the Gold Coast and took part in what was the XXI Commonwealth Games, also commonly known as GC2018. Now that the event is over, how did GC2018 compare to other past major events in Australia?

The Accommodation Association invites you to attend our Accommodation Operators Review of the XXI Commonwealth Games, hosted by Novotel Surfers Paradise.

Date: Wednesday 30th May 2018
Time: 9:30am - 11:00am
Venue: Novotel Surfers Paradise
Address: Cnr Surfers Paradise Blvd & Hanlan St, Surfers Paradise QLD 4217
Register by: Wednesday 23rd May 2018

More than 6600 athletes and officials from 70 Commonwealth nations and territories made their way to the Gold Coast and took part in what was the XXI Commonwealth Games, also commonly known as GC2018. Now that the event is over, how did GC2018 compare to other past major events in Australia?

The Accommodation Association invites you to attend our Accommodation Operators Review of the XXI Commonwealth Games, hosted by Novotel Surfers Paradise.

Date: Wednesday 30th May 2018
Time: 9:30am - 11:00am
Venue: Novotel Surfers Paradise
Address: Cnr Surfers Paradise Blvd & Hanlan St, Surfers Paradise QLD 4217
Register by: Wednesday 23rd May 2018

Presentations-
  • Commonwealth Games Performance Review
    How did Gold Coast and Brisbane compare to other host cities. What could the legacy impact look like. 
    Presented by Paul Hammond, Business Development Manager Pacific, STR.
  • Insights from the Games Organising Commitee
    Valuable insights from the Games organising committee, legacy items, lessons learnt
    Presented by Gabby Daniels, Accommodation Manager, GOLDOC
  • Revenue Management Focus Areas
    Revenue tips to managing high demand periods 
    Presented by Melissa Kalan, Founding Director, Australian Revenue Management Association
  • Leveraging Large Events and Their Impacts Post-Event
    How the local accommodation industry faired and how things may turn out post Commonwealth Games
    Presented by Richard Munro, Chief Executive Officer, Accommodation Association of Australia
 
 
Panel of Speakers
 
What does this all really mean? What are the key takeaways from running major events? 
 
Panel moderated by Matthew Burke, Regional Manager Pacific 
  • Anne Maree Moon – Brisbane Marketing
  • Martin Winter – CEO - Destination Gold Coast
  • GOLDOC - Gabby Daniels 

 

Presentations-
  • Commonwealth Games Performance Review
    How did Gold Coast and Brisbane compare to other host cities. What could the legacy impact look like. 
    Presented by Paul Hammond, Business Development Manager Pacific, STR.
  • Insights from the Games Organising Commitee
    Valuable insights from the Games organising committee, legacy items, lessons learnt
    Presented by Gabby Daniels, Accommodation Manager, GOLDOC
  • Revenue Management Focus Areas
    Revenue tips to managing high demand periods 
    Presented by Melissa Kalan, Founding Director, Australian Revenue Management Association
  • Leveraging Large Events and Their Impacts Post-Event
    How the local accommodation industry faired and how things may turn out post Commonwealth Games
    Presented by Richard Munro, Chief Executive Officer, Accommodation Association of Australia
 
 
Panel of Speakers
 
What does this all really mean? What are the key takeaways from running major events? 
 
Panel moderated by Matthew Burke, Regional Manager Pacific 
  • Anne Maree Moon – Brisbane Marketing
  • Martin Winter – CEO - Destination Gold Coast
  • GOLDOC - Gabby Daniels