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AIME rolls out exhibitor education ahead of 2018 show
Melbourne programme to provide exhibitors with ‘deeper understanding of MICE buyers’ to foster delegate engagement and maximise connections MORE
Kaohshiung chosen to host 59th ICCA Congress in 2020
Taiwan port city beats Yokohama in Japan and Cartagena de Indias, Colombia, after ‘most competitive bidding exercise in association's history’ MORE
Ease in Beijing-Seoul tensions bodes well for visitor revival
Seoul Convention Bureau director hopes friendlier ties will see visitor numbers returning to levels seen before standoff over THAAD-missile system, writes Martin Donovan MORE
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Destinations
 
Team Han – both sides of Seoul’s iconic river
From heritage gems north of the Han River to the more modern south, the two halves of Seoul offer a diverse range of attractions and teambuilding. Craig Bright reports MORE
 
Let's meet in . . . Ningbo
History and culture meets hi-tech industry in China’s Iron Triangle where its business acumen stretches back centuries. Douglas Ma reports MORE
 
Venues
 
Heritage event spaces in Singapore
New hotel and venue designs in The Lion City are embracing historic fixtures, from old shophouses to colonial drill halls. Martin Donovan reports MORE
 
Pudong pioneers
Two major venues up their game with rebranding and expanded portfolios boosting business. Steve Cray reports on the latest developments MORE
 
Ideas
 
Zeroing in on blockchain
Steve Cray looks at Sabre Labs’ latest report on tech trends and spells out how a new kid on the block could impact the meetings and events industry MORE
 
Sanctuaries ideal for your teams
Choices for executive getaways in Asia have never been better. Ed Peters goes on the search for locations ideal for brainstorming and relaxing MORE
 
Case Studies
 
Marriott motivates
JW Marriott and Ritz-Carlton in Macau spared no effort for the first APAC gathering of the group’s regional top brass since the merger with Starwood MORE
 
Sarawak turns delegates into warriors
Launch of Sarawak bureau’s bold campaign pits attendees against obstacle courses in the Tribal Warrior Challenge. Our man Craig Bright runs the gauntlet from forum to finish line MORE
 
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EXPERTISE
Expect training surge in 2018
Sheriff Karamat says PCMA collaboration with ICESAP and SACEOS will bring professionalism – not factionalism MORE
OPINION
How playtime got me hooked on events
Joewin Tan speaks of humble beginnings in Singapore, how rivals snoop on HUONE and more MORE
Show Off
 
Get Global a go-getting success

The inaugural Get Global – Where the World Meets – MICE trade show built into a fun-filled day at ICC Sydney on July 28. Co-founders Gary Bender and Donna Kessler say the show is meant to break the mould by letting buyers meet suppliers in their own time without rigorous appointments.

This also allowed sponsors and exhibitors to be creative with their floor space and offer a taste of the innovative ideas groups can experience when visiting their destinations.

These included Maori dancers, make-up and studio-set artists who have worked on the Hobbit and other movies, relaxed library settings. prizes being drawn throught the day and plenty of well-deserved F&B.

More on Get Global here


Submitted on 1 Aug 2017
 
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