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The 2019 meeting held at Skycity Auckland, was a great success with the Encanta team based in the Perth office managing the event in Auckland. Delegates enjoyed the ‘Back to the Future’ themed program and social experiences including an 80’s inspired Gala Dinner hosted by ‘Doc’ from the Back to the Future movie.
The conference was hosted at the Hotel Grand Chancellor and three large offsite social events held across Hobart that ensured many local businesses received the benefits of this event.
In 2019 more than 900 delegates came together at the Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart for the College’s 36 th Annual Scientific Meeting with a theme of ‘The Changing Climate of Emergency With The Changing Climate of Emergency Medicine finished, delegates returned to their emergency departments to deal with the everyday reality of their specialty, the events of recent weeks having brought into focus the role of the profession.
We were appointed PCO for the 35th Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (ACEM) 2018 Annual Scientific Meeting in 2017. ACEM is the not-for-profit organisation responsible for training emergency physicians and advancement of professional standards in emergency medicine in Australia and New Zealand.
In 2018 Encanta Event Management was selected to host The National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Suicide Prevention Conference, and the second World Indigenous Suicide Prevention Conference.
In 2013 EECW helped the Perth Convention Bureau win the bid to host the Ottawa 2016 Conference. This was an international conference initially that then developed into a combination of two separate conferences. We were contracted to fully manage and deliver this important event in medical education.
The RTSA’s biennial Conference on Railway Excellence (CORE) has firmly established itself in recent years as the premier technical event in the Australian rail conference market, with a reputation for high quality papers covering a wide range of rail engineering, operations, planning and management topics.
We were appointed PCO for the Australian School Bursars Association Conference in 2012. ASBA has over 1300 members working in Non-Government Schools across
Australia and New Zealand. ASBA initially expected to attract up to 600 delegates – school and college business managers and decision makers on school resources.
This was a conference hosted by the International Heavy Haul Association based in the USA, our team worked with IHHA and a local convenor to deliver the event.
The first IHHA Conference was held in Perth in 1975 as a meeting of rail industry representatives from around the globe to seek advice to resolve heavy haul issues producers were experiencing. As these issues were not isolated to the Pilbara region of Australia, the group formed the IHHA to allow transfer of knowledge and support the ongoing development of rail professionals.