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Organisers pick Macau, Thailand as Hong Kong turmoil takes toll
Hotel bookings slide 40 per cent as protests turn violent; two incentive travel groups switch to Bangkok, but local organisers show city still safe for business MORE
Malaysia events an economic ‘force to be reckoned with’
MBEW 2019: Business tourism expected to generate $378 million for Malaysian economy after MyCEB and partners secure 152 events MORE
Galaxy to open convention centre and arena in Macau
Galaxy International Convention Centre to feature 16,000-seat arena and form part of a premier MICE resort for Asia. Martin Donovan reports MORE
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REGULATING THE MICE INDUSTRY
Do you approve of moves by ICESAP and Malaysia's MACEOS to regulate and impose agency accreditation rules on event and incentive suppliers?
 
Destinations
 
Let's meet in . . . Christchurch and Canterbury
New Zealand’s historic South Island city is undergoing a restoration that will see it compete for conference groups from Asia and Europe. Douglas Ma reports MORE
 
Great Wall stays
Groups now have more event and accommodation options along China’s historic marvel – and even a rare chance to view the ancient wonder by helicopter. Mark Graham reports MORE
 
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Daegu breaks ground for EXCO centre’s second exhibition hall
Korea’s third largest city, Daegu is the centre of tourism and culture in Korea’s south east; World Gas Conference to be held in 2021 MORE
 
Park-life: try these fun attractions for group buyouts
More theme parks are making their space available for corporate hire. We select four, from Melbourne and Gold Coast to Hong Kong MORE
 
Ideas
 
Going live with 5G
China leads the way in fifth-generation mobile technology and the higher speeds it brings has immense potential for events. Yet it’s mired in controversy. Steve Cray reports MORE
 
Constructing a creative collaboration
Producers are under more pressure to deliver amazing events in a competitive market. Meri Took shares tips on ensuring quality, integrity and business survival MORE
 
Case Studies
 
Tasting Australia’s ‘Top End’
Singapore buyers flew to the inaugural Meet Darwin International to sample what the Northern Territory has to offer, from flying medics and ranches to native cuisine MORE
 
Better tunnel vision
Italy’s labyrinths go back a long way. So does its architecture and culture. AIM Group blended it all for the World Tunnel Congress MORE
 
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EXPERTISE
Creating unity from disruption
Advocacy, content and engagement are vital if associations and members are to survive the seas of change, says Aloysius Arlando MORE
OPINION
When you wish upon events
Disney’s Karen Kwan tells of Ed Sheeran downpours and corporate buyouts at the theme park MORE
Show Off
 
Jiggee energises sales convention

The annual UOB PFS Sales Convention, which Jiggee has produced for the past eight years, incorporated ‘Fast and Unbeatable’ elements to create an air of excitement and high-energy, setting the stage for an event to motivate employees and instil a sense of pride. With a wide variety of entertainment, including dancers who rode in on the back of superbikes, American muscle-car photo areas, inspiring speeches and interactive crowd work, the night was hailed as the best sales convention thus far. UOB employees felt energised and motivated for the year to come.

 


Submitted on 22 Aug 2019
 
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