Tuesday June 27, 2017
Rydges South Bank Hotel has shown it support of the 2017 PNG International Business Summit by offering a special reduced rate on accommodation for delegates who book before July 21, 2017.
The hotel has set up a personalised online booking web page for delegates attending the Summit, making the special rates available to book and confirm instantly online.
The booking page is available via the following link
Rydges South Bank is only a short distance from the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, which is the venue for the Business Summit to be held over two days August 22-23.
The hotel offers world class accommodation located in the heart of Brisbane’s arts and entertainment precinct. It has a wide range of attractions on it doorstep including the South Bank Parklands and the Convention Centre.
Port Moresby residents will feel at home as the hotel has an award-winning restaurant called the Bacchus Restaurant South Bank.
Rydges South Bank has a wide variety of accommodation available, many rooms have panoramic views of the Brisbane city skyline and iconic Wheel of Brisbane, or Mount Coot-tha and the village of West End.
All rooms feature complimentary wi-fi and a wide range of in-room amenities. CEO of the Port Moresby Chamber of Commerce David Conn said that interest in the Summit has been growing over the past month.
“We have chosen to conduct the Summit in Brisbane as it puts us right in touch with developers and investors from all around the region.”
“As always we are grateful for the support of our Major Sponsor BSP.”
“We have also had interest from a number of other sponsors and we will be making an announcement regarding this in the coming days.”
“The Summit Expo which runs in conjunction with the Summit has also been attracting investors keen to meet delegates at the event.”
The Summit has been an annual event on the calendar of the Port Moresby Chamber of Commerce for five years and is expected to be one of the first engagements for the newly-elected Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea.
As well, the 2017 Summit will feature a keynote address by Mr Simon Baptist, Global Chief Economist; Managing Director of the Economist Intelligence Unit, Asia.