Build Diverse Connections with ICC Sydney

As Australia’s premier convention, exhibition and entertainment venue, International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney) sits at the heart of Sydney, one of the world’s most diverse global cities.

ICC Sydney is located at the epicentre of the A$3.4 billion, 20-hectare transformation of Darling Harbour, a vibrant public domain. It boasts a prime waterfront location within a dynamic dining, leisure and business precinct, providing a truly unique stage for the world’s leaders and thinkers to meet, collaborate and innovate.

A City That Inspires

Since opening in December 2016, the venue has cemented Sydney’s reputation as one of the world’s most desirable meeting destinations on the doorstep of financial, creative, start up and education hubs.

To date, ICC Sydney has successfully hosted more than 1.6 million visitors at 1,000 events, bringing people together in an inspiring destination. The world class venue boasts a striking contemporary design, leading technology throughout and flexible meeting spaces to cater for the changing architecture of meetings.

ICC Sydney’s presence has been felt in Europe by event organisers who are increasingly looking to the venue to stage their events, enjoying the ultimate in choice and flexibility while experiencing Sydney’s outstanding infrastructure and opportunities for knowledge exchange.

In its first year of operation, the venue welcomed the 10th World Chamber of Congress to Sydney for the first time and hosted the largest and most prestigious event in the international law calendar, the International Bar Association Annual Conference, where 4,500 delegates from 128 countries travelled to Sydney.

Looking ahead, ICC Sydney is counting down the months to welcome more than 7,000 business leaders through its doors in October as it hosts Sibos 2018, the world’s premier financial services event. Returning to Sydney after 12 years, the prestigious event will celebrate its 40th birthday with the world’s financial community coming together to debate, network and discuss how the digital economy, technology and the growing fintech community will shape the future of the financial industry.

Forging Meaningful Connections

Underpinning ICC Sydney’s success has been its commitment to forging new ways of delivering for its clients. This includes its industry-first Feeding Your Performance culinary philosophy which sees the ICC Sydney team source the best, peak-of-season produce from local farmers to fuel the bodies and minds of delegates.

It is also forging connections in other ways includingits unique multi-streamed Legacy Program. Now underway, it has been designed to connect clients with a diverse cross-section of the local community through four diverse streams – Innovators & Entrepreneurs, Generation Next, Aboriginal Australia and Sustainable Business.

Each stream provides clients with an opportunity to connect with locals through dedicated initiatives – from direct exposure to Sydney’s network of entrepreneurs and startups and fostering the next generation of thought leaders via student engagement, to working with local Aboriginal businesses, and measuring the ecological impact of events.

Further showcasing the life, culture and creativity of Sydney, ICC Sydney publishes its quarterly custom magazine, Sydney Views which provides events professionals, business travellers, and delegates from around the world a fresh glimpse into Sydney’s dynamic city profile.

To experience ICC Sydney’s world class event offering and the best of Sydney, book your next event today.

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