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AIME 2019 widens knowledge sessions to buyers and suppliers
First show under Talk@Media aimed at bringing meetings and incentive community closer together MORE
Hong Kong woos planners with Old Town Central charm
City neighbourhood with hip claim to fame being geared towards visiting MICE groups with launch of new guide MORE
Far East Hospitality unveils Sentosa 'game changer'
Three hotels on Singapore's leisure and recreation island set to diversify the dominance of luxury price points and attract more business event groups MORE
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Destinations
 
Macau opening up with great outdoor spaces
Updates from MGM Cotai and its hi-tech theatre, Sands China and the upcoming Londoner Macao, plus a fixture on the peninsula getting a new lease of life. Jennifer Welker reports MORE
 
Let’s meet in… Gold Coast, Hong Kong
Organisers have ample choices to take groups ‘out of town’ when in the Chinese special region. Martin Donovan finds one of the locations MORE
 
Venues
 
Grand events, great hotels
Sponsored Content: Sheraton Grand Macao and The St. Regis Macao are big names in town, but even the
 smaller needs of planners get high priority MORE
 
Hooray for Hollywood
Sponsored Content: Studio City Macau not only brings the legend of Tinseltown’s Golden Age to events, the resort is placed for a starring role in Cotai’s next scene MORE
 
Ideas
 
Networking – it beats not working
Good events are built around opportunities to build business and professional ties. But are traditional formats relevant in the digital age? Steve Cray finds out MORE
 
Venues join war on plastic-straw pollution
Asian countries have fallen into the ranks of shame for littering the oceans with waste, including drinking straws. Steve Cray looks at how hospitality providers are helping to combat the problem MORE
 
Case Studies
 
Speaking up at Get Global
Sydney show turns a corner with audience members donning ‘silent disco’ headphones to hear inspirational speakers MORE
 
Paint the night with Bollywood
Indian company treats 600 staff to star-studded incentive at Bintan Lagoon Resort with music, comedy, dance and more MORE
 
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EXPERTISE
Tips for successful networking
Do your homework before attempting to network, says Tina Altieri MORE
OPINION
A public, private matter
To prevent those dips in tourism revenue caused by low seasons, Marc Rodriguez says consider Barcelona’s successful formula MORE
Show Off
 
City setting

BEIJING, Shanghai, Adelaide, Hong Kong and Kuala Lumpur were the settings for the latest Show Off events. Do you have an event you want to show off? If so, click the link above and follow the simple on-screen instructions. In picture order:

GALLOPING SUCCESS

NUO Hotel Beijing served as the official hotel partner for the fourth time to British Polo Day China. The luxury hotel’s culinary team, headed by Nikoloas Lekkas, created a splendid spread from welcome cocktails to the Chelsea-Barracks-authored multi-course lunch, crowned by an afternoon tea fit for the ‘sport of kings’.

MALAYSIA MAKEOVER

MARRIOTT International re-imagined the art of doing business with meeting spaces given a Malaysia-centric makeover with the Kuala Lumpur launch of MY Meetings by Marriott International. Aspects of Malaysian culture are being blended into themed meeting packages at 17 participating Marriott International hotels and resorts aimed at international groups.

DOMINO EFFECT

TEAM Building Asia marked its 16th anniversary with a mini-conference at Kowloon Shangri-La, Hong Kong. After an introduction by co-founder David Simpson, clients and business partners participated in a teambuilding icebreaker called Domino Effect in which teams carefully arranged the tiles with other objects to eventually burst a balloon.

ADELAIDE WELCOME

AROUND 750 employees from Joymain, one of China’s largest science and tech direct selling companies arrived in Adelaide for an incentive trip that took in the major sights of the South Australia state capital. It seems the convention bureau’s campaigning efforts in China are paying off – much to the joy of incentive qualifiers.

MAJESTIC IN SHANGHAI

ALL eyes were on the ballroom screens beaming the royal wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan when the British Chamber of Commerce Shanghai gathered at the Shangri-La Pudong. Britcham’s annual ball fell on the same date as the big day in Windsor and guests wearing regal finery took a break to enjoy the live coverage.


Submitted on 7 Oct 2018
 
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