About the Centre
Opened in 1995, BCEC is owned by South Bank Corporation on behalf of the Queensland Government and is proudly managed by AEG Ogden. BCEC is one of Australia’s premier venues for events, exhibitions and conferences.
166 awards and counting
- AIPC Apex Award in recognition of the highest client rating received by any convention centre worldwide
- 66 catering awards including being judged Australia’s Best Function Centre Caterer on three occasions
- Winner MEA 2015 National award -Banquet and Catering
- Winner of MEA 2015 State award – Best Meeting Venue Over 500 People
- Winner of MEA 2015 State award – Banquet and Catering
- Winner of MEA 2015 State award – In House Audio Visual Services
- Lord Mayor’s Business Awards 2015 – Energex Award for Sustainability in Business
- Meeting Industry Marketing Awards, London 2015 – Best Mobile Campaign including App
The Centre is certified to ISO9001:2015 for Quality Management Systems and ISO22000:2005 for Food Safety Management Systems (not Food Safety Quality Systems) from Lloyds Register Quality Assurance Ltd.
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The Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre has been awarded the Apex Award by the AIPC association for receiving the highest client rated service out of any convention centre world wide.
About AEG Ogden
The Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre is owned by South Bank Corporation and proudly managed by leading international venue management specialists, AEG Ogden.
AEG Ogden is part of AEG Facilities of the United States, a division of AEG, the world’s leading sports and live entertainment company.
AEG Ogden manages venues throughout the Asia Pacific and Middle East, including convention and exhibition centres in Brisbane, Cairns, Darwin, Kuala Lumpur, Oman, and the ICC Sydney; Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane; and arenas including the Brisbane Entertainment Centre and adjacent Sports Centre, Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena, the Newcastle Entertainment Centre, Perth Arena, and Dubai Arena (opening December 2018). AEG Ogden is also the owner of National Basketball League (NBL) team, the Sydney Kings.
BCEC was a valued partner in the 34th International Geological Congress. They were a very important component of the bidding process, helped promote it internationally throughout and the Congress was an outstanding success, exceeding the most optimistic expectations – the number one and greatest reason for choosing Brisbane for this event was BCEC
Ashley Gordon – Director, Carillon Conference Management and Director, 34th International Geological Congress
Brisbane is very well laid out and very comfortable for the international traveller. The public transport system is easily accessible; the air train goes right from the International Airport to the convention centre. We found Brisbane as a city and the Centre very easy to do business with and the people we dealt with were incredibly responsive, meeting all our expectations and like all Americans we do have very high expectations. The management team at BCEC and particularly the Audio Visual and technology support could not be better as far as making it easy for planners working on opposite time zones, making it all work seamlessly. Another key factor in the success of our event was the marketing and city support, which really made a difference in optimising the delegate numbers for our event.
Elliott Graham – President of the Association Management Company, Custom Management Group in Charlottesville Virginia
Australia contributes well above its weight in biomedical research activities and research is a team activity built on collaborations on a global basis. Opportunities for building research collaborations and for showcasing and developing research activities in Brisbane are greatly enhanced by bringing together researchers from around the worlds for meetings and conferences. These activities help to deliver solutions to the known and future challenges to global health, to the benefit of the economy and of people across the globe.
Professor Ian Frazer – Developer of the world’s first cancer vaccine, director Diamantina Institute for Cancer Immunology and Metabolic Medicine University of Queensland.