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Adelaide wins bid to host World Indigenous Conference on Education in 2020 - Spice News: Special Events, Product Launches, Incentives, Conferences, Exhibition

9.8.17

Adelaide wins bid to host World Indigenous Conference on Education in 2020 - Spice News: Special Events, Product Launches, Incentives, Conferences, Exhibition: The event brings together Indigenous representatives from across the globe to share strategies and developments for culturally grounded Indigenous education and attracts the world’s most respected Indigenous education experts, practitioners, and scholars.

The win will see $13.2 million injected into the state’s visitor economy and provide 17,872 bed nights whilst simultaneously creating 119 jobs.

Adelaide Convention Bureau chief executive Damien Kitto said “the direct and indirect benefits [events] bring to the state should not be underestimated”.

“Winning this event is another example of the Bureau working with local experts to identify and bid for highly regarded international conferences,” commented Damien Kitto, CEO, Adelaide Convention Bureau.

He credits Adelaide Convention Centre’s $400m East Building development as a key drawcard to landing the coveted event.

“The soon to be opened phase two of the Adelaide Convention Centre redevelopment has enabled us to bid for these large scale events that were once beyond our reach.”


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