Qatar would be nice!

Check out the Qatar National Convention Centre. It’s an amazing building and would be an even more amazing place to hold your conference. The design is based on the Sidra tree, which is a traditional meeting place for scholars and poets. The centre has nine exhibition halls, two auditoriums, and a plethora of meeting rooms.

If you need help with event production, audio visual, guest speakers, gala dinners, conferences, corporate functions, or sales seminars, let Veritas manage your event and we'll take the pain and add the gain. If you are planning a corporate event contact Kieran Kennedy of Veritas on kieran.kennedy@veritas.com.au



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Date posted: 2014-06-02 | Comments(0)


New conference hotel in Brisbane

Gambaro Hotel, Brisbane's newest luxury hotel, is a new era in Gambaro hospitality that has been serving Brisbane’s best Seafood for 60 years.

At Gambaro, there are eight meeting spaces ranging in suitability for a small meeting of four up to a larger conference of 520 guests. On level one you will be welcomed by a spacious foyer and grand piano before entering the two function rooms. The Michael's Room seats up to 100 guests, or for a larger conference event, the Josie's room is ideal for 300 sit down. The function rooms have an abundance of natural light via floor-to-ceiling glass windows that can be fully retracted to enjoy Brisbane’s perfect climate and the undercover terrace boasts views of Caxton Street and Suncorp Stadium. After your event, meet on ground level at the MG Bar to take in the Caxton street atmosphere.

If you need help with event production, audio visual, guest speakers, gala dinners, conferences, corporate functions, or sales seminars, let Veritas manage your event and we'll take the pain and add the gain. If you are planning a corporate event contact Kieran Kennedy of Veritas on kieran.kennedy@veritas.com.au


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Date posted: 2014-06-02 | Comments(0)


The Sydney Mint Caf

Managed by Historic Houses Trust, The Mint is a Sydney favourite with its indoor-outdoor spaces and historic sandstone courtyard. Perfect for corporate events, themed dinners, conferences and cocktail events - this truly is a remarkable venue. If you are planning a corporate event, conference or gala dinner contact Kieran Kennedy of Veritas onkieran.kennedy@veritas.com.au  

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Date posted: 2013-04-09 | Comments(0)


Hong Kong Convenience

Forevent managersensuring delegates are comfortable during a journey is critical, particularly on a flight layover. The Regal Airport Hotel is the perfect hotel forevent plannerstravelling with an incentive group. The Regal Airport Hotel has just been listed as Best Airport Hotel 2012 in Asia-Pacific. With the hotel being directly connected through an air conditioned walking air bridge, delegates can be assured a quick transfer from the airport terminal to their room. The Regal Airport Hotel boasts 1,171 rooms and fantastic conferencing facilities including 30 function venues. This property is a great option to bring many delegates from various destinations for a quick meeting or as stop-over before continuing on their journey. For any information about your nextconference,incentivegroup,product launchorboard meetingplease do not hesitate to get in touch with Kieran onKieran.kennedy@veritas.com.auor call on 02 8908 5600.

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Date posted: 2012-12-20 | Comments(0)


Weird & Wonderful Hotels: Hampton Court Palace

At Veritas Event Management we are always looking out for the weird and wonderful hotels of the world. We like to think outside the box and strive to make your next incentive or overseas event a special one. Imagine holding your next conference in Henry VIIIs Royal Palace. Well if you travel to Hampton Court Palace in England you can do exactly that! The Landmark Trust has been granted the opportunity to allow members of the public to stay in 2 properties, Fish Court and The Georgian House, on behalf of custodians, Historic Royal Palaces. The Palace itself needs little introduction. Visitors staying here get a sense of a secret life beyond the public eye - of doors leading up invisible corridors, of figures disappearing up a staircase with a shopping basket, of a life beyond the security barriers in one of the most loved of Henry VIIIs palaces. The Georgian House used to be home to the Clerk of Works for the palace and was also originally a kitchen, built in 1719. It provides a private walled garden into which the morning sun shines and includes attic bedrooms that overlook of the beautiful palace roofs. This house can also be transformed into a private dinning room, seating comfortably 30 guests around an antic table. This venue seeks clientele from incentives or corporate events that have an open mind and are prepared to do things differently. If you would like to do things a little differently or your next incentive or corporate event then why not consider Hampton Court Palace? Need help with planning your next incentive trip? Contact Kieran Kennedy on Kieran.kennedy@veritas.com.au

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Date posted: 2012-09-27 | Comments(0)