Sydney, the capital of New South Wales, with its iconic bridge and opera house is more than just a beautiful location, with its friendly approach to business, great coffee and a strong start-up culture, it is the place to do business.
Why exhibit in Sydney
Australia continues to produce some great talent, creative and innovative people and these people have flocked to Sydney.
Exhibiting here will put you in front of key decision makers, generate large volumes of business leads expand your business’s reach and create international exposure.
Once you land at Sydney’s International Airport, Sydney is within easy reach thanks to its public transport system which features a comprehensive network of train, bus and ferry services.
Light rail lines, airport links, sightseeing buses and taxi services bolster the network.
Restrictions on what you can bring into the country
There is a significant list of what you are not allowed to bring into Australia, it is worth having a read through it before you travel.
Main exhibition centres
- ICC Sydney - this convention centre connects to the city’s financial districts, creative and education hubs. With its striking contemporary design, industry leading technology and flexible multipurpose spaces, it is equipped to address all convention, exhibition and live event needs.
- SMC Conference and Function Centre
- Sydney Showground
- Sydney Conference and Training Centre
Services we provide
- Booth Host/Hostess
- Lead Generator
- Crowd Gatherer
- Product Demonstrator
- Hospitality Staff
- Brand Ambassador
- Team Leaders
- Event Managers
Key tourist hotspots
Where to start? Sydney is the oldest, biggest, and most beautiful of all Australian cities and it is the perfect spot of land and sea. There is so much to see and do in this gorgeous city, trying to fit it all in will be tough.
Where to eat
- Saint Peter - Seafood restaurant extraordinaire.
- Hubert - where French cuisines meets Australia.
- Paper Bird - Korean food, but for the modern Sydney.
- Local currency is Australian dollar.
- Language is English
- Visa - the visa you will require to enter Australia will depend on the type of visit you wish to conduct, the length of visit and where you are travelling from. It is best if you check the visa requirements list to find the one for you.
- Australia uses two flat pins in a v-shape plug socket.
- There are no obvious cultural sensitivities, however you may want to take note for business meetings:
- Despite historic links to the UK Australian business culture is more akin to the way things are done in the US.
- Australians will judge your competence and abilities through your actions, not your words.
- Australians take punctuality seriously. Arrive ten to fifteen minutes early for a business meeting.
- In this culture, there is greater respect for the "underdog."