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New Partnership To Deliver Sydney And NSW 2012 Event Planner’s Guide

Business Events Sydney (BESydney) will work with industry media specialists, The Intermedia Group, to deliver its 2012 Sydney and New South Wales Event Planner’s Guide (Sydney and NSW EPG).

The collaboration aims to grow the success of the annual publication, incorporating innovative new interactive features, informed content and an extensive list of suppliers.

Simon Shaw Head of Stakeholder Relations at BESydney commented, “We look forward to working with The Intermedia Group and our industry stakeholders to showcase the diverse event options that exist in Sydney in the 2012 Sydney and NSW EPG.”

“We will be producing a digital version of the EPG for the second year running. For 2012 we’re working to enhance the user experience, build on the interactivity and provide more dynamic and exciting profiling options for our stakeholders,” said Shaw.

“The Intermedia Group is very excited to have been chosen to publish BESydney’s 2012 Sydney and New South Wales Event Planner’s Guide in both print and digital formats. We look forward to taking these editions to the next level, while still respecting the heritage of the publication that has preserved its popularity,” said Intermedia publisher, James Wells.