Bringing the world to Melbourne

The Club Melbourne Ambassador Program unites and supports leading Victorians to establish, secure and host international conferences that promote our State's expertise around the world, boost our economy and bring thought leadership to Victoria.

With the Governor of Victoria as Patron-in-Chief and the Premier of Victoria as Patron, Club Melbourne harnesses the passion of our city's elite thinkers, bringing together leaders in diverse fields with a common goal to contribute to Victoria's economic growth and international reputation.

Owned and led by Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre with collaboration and support from the Melbourne Convention Bureau and the Victorian State Government, the program has delivered 131 international conferences worth over $840 million to become one of the world's most influential Ambassador programs.

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Club Melbourne awards two Fellowships in 2018

In a first for the Program, the 2018 Club Melbourne Fellowship judging resulted in a unanimous tie, awarding Co-Fellows Dr Eric Chow and Dr Tamsyn Van Rheenen a $10,000 Fellowship each. 


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Five new Ambassadors welcomed

The Club Melbourne 13th Anniversary Dinner saw the induction of five new outstanding Ambassadors to the Program.

These leading Melburnians are committed to bringing the world to their city to experience world class events, connect with industry leaders and bring thought leadership into the local community.

Each new Ambassador was officially welcomed into the Program by Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Trust Chairman, the Hon. John Brumby AO on Monday 13 August.


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Club Melbourne celebrates another year of business events success

The Club Melbourne Ambassador Program celebrated its 13th anniversary and another outstanding year at its annual dinner on Monday 13 August.

Since the Program’s inception in 2005, Club Melbourne has secured 131 international conferences that have delivered an economic impact worth more than $840 million, with support and collaboration from the Victorian State Government and the Melbourne Convention Bureau.


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