At the Meeting and Events Australia 2017 Industry Awards, Harcourts was honoured with the Corporate Event of the Year award. The awards recognise excellence in the meetings and events industry across Queensland. As a state winner, Harcourts is amongst the national finalists for the Meeting and Events Australia Gala Awards 8 May in Adelaide.
“Winning the Queensland MEA Award for Corporate Event of the Year means a great deal to Harcourts globally, especially given that it is recognition from our peers in the events industry,” said Kathryn Creech, Harcourts Head of Events.
“Most of all it is recognition of the entire Harcourts global events team who work tirelessly, day in and day out, to provide an awesome experience to everyone who attends our National Conferences globally.”
Recognised as a world leader in real estate events, Harcourts’ annual National Conference series is a defining three-day experience acknowledged throughout the real estate industry for its focus on recharging, inspiring, and educating with tangible strategies to create real change.
Harcourts National Conference is where business owners, sales agents, property managers and administrators can come together to network, share ideas and processes, and gain professional development whilst having fun and laughter, one of the Harcourts four key company values.
Presentations aim to showcase current business concepts and innovations, along with inspiring delegates across various mediums through national and international thought leaders from business, government, academia and the community. Session topics are specifically selected to educate delegates on a fresh, dynamic way of thinking that balances logic and innovation, focus and vision, reflection and forward thinking.
In 2017, conferences were held in California in the USA, Swaziland in South Africa, Wellington in New Zealand and Gold Coast in Australia.
Meetings and Events Australia (MEA) was established in 1975 and is the peak body representing the events industry in Australia. MEA represents companies and individuals that stage, produce, manages, supports and supplies to the thousands of events across Australia each year.