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What our partners say

Mr Peter King
Chief Executive Officer
Melbourne Convention and
Exhibition Centre (MCEC)
Professor Hugh Taylor
Melbourne School of Population
and Global Health,
University of Melbourne
Sally Capp
Lord Mayor
City of Melboune

Melbourne is the nation’s business events capital equipped with the essential infrastructure required to deliver a successful business event

Erica Frydenberg AM
University of Melbourne

Melbourne has a proven capacity to host an International Psychology Conference that is both a high quality scientific event that is people- centred whilst generating positive energy, goodwill and a superior level of satisfaction amongst participants, such as those of the IPPA Conference held at the Melbourne Convention Centre in 2019.

The city has world-leading meetings infrastructure, knowledge capital and a genuine commitment to offer the best possible experience for associations and delegates.

Professor Sharon Lewin
Director, Doherty Institute

Victoria is a powerhouse in medical research. We want the brightest minds and the brightest minds are attracted to critical mass, excellent support and a great environment to work. Research is tough. It requires significant, long term investment both in people and in facilities and, in Victoria, we do have significant investment in infrastructure.

Professor Dean Morris
Head of Operations 
Australia Synchrotron

MCB takes a ‘Team Melbourne’ approach to both bids and the business events themselves, with such success that Melbourne is renowned globally as a destination that goes above and beyond

to deliver.

 Recognised as Australia’s knowledge and innovation capital and home to a great hub of medical and research precincts, Melbourne serves as the ideal platform to connect the world’s greatest minds.  I am proud of this city’s medical sector that offers delegates a productive experience.

The Hon. Daniel Andrews MP
Premier of Victoria

Victoria is an international leader in medical research and innovation. We are home to 180 biotechnology companies, 14 medical research institutes, 24 teaching hospitals, nine universities, and some of the world's best scientists and clinicians