Durban International Convention Centre

Location, Location… Location? (Part 1)

Exhibition organisers have their work cut out for them – by sheer virtue of an exhibition, it’s large-scale, requires intensive coordination and the entire setup of the event relies heavily on the venue. Meetings unpacks this further. When shopping...

DURBAN ICC SCOOPS VISION 2030 AWARD

The Durban ICC was honoured as the winner of the Industrial Policy Action Plan Award at the inaugural Vision 2030 Awards. The winners were announced on the 22 June at the highly anticipated awards ceremony held at Birchwood Hotel, Johannesburg. The...

Durban secures Indaba for next five years

Speaking at the INDABA Travel and Tourism Show’s opening ceremony, President Jacob Zuma announced that Durban has secured the rights to host the show for the next five years. Commenting on the announcement, Chief Executive Officer of the Durban...
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TOP 40 WOMEN IN MICE: PART 3

Meetings magazine and The Planner celebrates the women who have made their mark on the MICE industry. Everyday this week we will be highlighting ten of the wonderful women who made the Top 40 Women in MICE list. Join the conversation...

Durban ICC voted best in Africa

The Durban International Convention Centre (ICC) has been awarded yet another international award for service excellence. The Centre took top honours at the World Travel Awards (WTA) and was voted as Africa’s leading meetings and conference centre...
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Durban ICC supports youth development projects

The Durban International Convention Centre has always played an active role in supporting community projects and especially those which invest in the lives of young people. Recently, the Durban ICC has increased its support by hosting and...
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Durban ICC stellar 2013

After the stellar results delivered in 2012, the Durban International Convention Centre has continued to sparkle with yet another year of impressive financial performance. The Durban ICC produced an outstanding revenue figure of R157-million and...