A new fly-through video gives a glimpse of how the 900-capacity Vox conference centre at the NEC will look.
The short video above shows how the Vox's reception area and conference suites will look, including the view over the Pendigo Lake, when it opens next year.
The launch of Resorts World is one of several key events taking place across Birmingham during 2015 including completion of the £750 million New Street station and Grand Central shopping centre, the extension of the Midland Metro and the 300-year anniversary of Birmingham Cathedral.
The Vox conference centre will be managed by the team from the ICC in Broad Street, also part of the NEC Group which is currently being sold by the city council, and will have five suites which can be combined or divided depending on the size of the event.
James Elston, sales director for the Vox and the ICC, said: "The Vox is really starting to take shape and we are really looking forward to seeing the state-of-the-art facilities come to life as the development progresses.
"The Vox is a unique offering to the market providing an end to end delegate experience in top notch surroundings."
The gallery below shows CGI stills from the video.