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ICC seeks naming partner

May 11, 2018
ICC Sydney

The 9,000-capacity International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC) is looking for a commercial naming rights partner.

Opened in December 2016, the AEG Ogden operated venue has since welcomed more than 250,000 visitors to 56 live events.

“This represents powerful brand exposure opportunities for a naming rights partner,” says ICC CEO Geoff Donaghy, adding that the venue is already in discussions with a number of companies both in Australia and internationally.

Acts playing the venue include Ariana Grande, Kesha, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds and PJ Harvey.

Among other AEG Ogden-operated venues are Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena (cap. 21,000) and Suncorp Stadium (52,500) in Brisbane.

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