International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney) has produced another two graduates of the International Association of Convention Centres (AIPC) Future Shapers program following a competitive on-stage pitch to solve convention centre industry challenges at the AIPC Congress held in Luxembourg last week.
AIPC Future Shapers ‘Visionary’ team, which included ICC Sydney senior team members Sathyan Chandrasekhar and Dana Fish, together with other representatives from convention centres across the globe, was recognised for presenting a top new concept to develop a 4-D space visualisation tool that brings to life venue spaces with limitless configurations in real-time for site visits and event planning.
“Our investment in upskilling and training coupled with our people’s ingenuity ensures that ICC Sydney remains at the fore of event management and technical delivery,” said ICC Sydney CEO Geoff Donaghy.
“We are incredibly proud to have established a culture that encourages our team of professionals to participate in developing impactful innovations, such as the Visionary team’s concept, that will help underpin the success we deliver for our clients today and into the future.
“ICC Sydney’s AIPC Future Shaper graduates have certainly represented the venue to the highest possible standard. Their outstanding achievement is a testament to their creativity, collaboration and world class venue management practices.”
ICC Sydney AIPC’s Future Shapers program is led by AIPC CEO Sven Bossu and an international taskforce including ICC Sydney’s director of corporate affairs, communication and sustainability Samantha Glass.