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MCEC transforms for its clients

T’s not every day that your get to spend time in a gold themed room encrusted with glistening chandeliers enjoying a sit down dinner while listening to live performances by Katie Noonan and the Ten Tenors.   BEN was lucky enough to be invited to the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre’s “glamorous evening of celebration at the venue’s signature event for the year” where the grand banquet room was transformed to showcase the adaptability of the space. For the second year the business events market in Melbourne was given the chance to experience what the MCEC has to offer when they book an event at the Centre. MCEC chief executive, Peter King said the night is an “example of the skills we have in this organisation” and a way of showcasing the MCEC’s technology, AV, food and wine and sustainability and design, and he hopes that this event will be a must attend event in the Business Events market in Melbourne. MCEC has taken out many architecture awards for its sustainable design features and was accredited silver by EarthCheck. Pictured below at the event are Kendall Munns and Angelique Dingle, Melbourne Convention Centre with Rebecca Elliott, Melbourne Convention + Visitors Bureau. T’s not every day that your get to spend time in a gold themed room encrusted with glistening chandeliers enjoying a sit down dinner while listening to live performances by Katie Noonan and the Ten Tenors.
BEN was lucky enough to be invited to the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre’s “glamorous evening of celebration at the venue’s signature event for the year” where the grand banquet room was transformed to showcase the adaptability of the space.
For the second year the business events market in Melbourne was given the chance to experience what the MCEC has to offer when they book an event at the Centre. MCEC chief executive, Peter King said the night is an “example of the skills we have in this organisation” and a way of showcasing the MCEC’s technology, AV, food and wine and sustainability and design, and he hopes that this event will be a must attend event in the Business Events market in Melbourne. MCEC has taken out many architecture awards for its sustainable design features and was accredited silver by EarthCheck. Pictured below at the event are Kendall Munns and Angelique Dingle, Melbourne Convention Centre with Rebecca Elliott, Melbourne Convention + Visitors Bureau.
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