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Let's meet in . . . Gold Coast
The Queensland resort city is harvesting the dividends of hosting the Commonwealth Games and a mega incentive. Martin Donovan checks out what else is on offer MORE
 
Take 5: Singapore water experiences
The home of the Merlion offers its maritime heritage to groups keen to float their incentive boats. Sanjay Surana reports MORE
 
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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
 
GDPR closes in on data’s dark side
Freewheeling times when event organisers harvested people’s details are coming to an end. Steve Cray reports MORE
 
Magic touch is just the trick
Under the spell of a secret dinner, a new Spanish eaterie and an intimate event space well off the beaten track MORE
 
Case Studies
 
Digital pioneers exchange ideas
Asia Pacific’s first ICESAP-PCMA Knowledge Exchange sees Virtual Reality, Artificial Intelligence and brainstorming on show to mark Global Meetings Industry Day MORE
 
Big is beautiful
Marina Bay Sands welcomes YPO back to Singapore in an event featuring the prime minister and tennis legend Billie Jean King MORE
 
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Get to know your client journey
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OPINION
Events and brands need to earn trust
David Becker, of Zkipster, says the industry should take strength from GDPR MORE
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Healthy eating options at AIME, sub-zero transport in Christchurch, Parisian party inspiration in Kunming, Bangkok Marriott awards and making sweet music in Macau were just five recent events of note well worthy of showing off. If you have an event you want to show off, click the link above and follow the simple on-screen instructions. In picture order:

EDGY APPETITE: Creative meetings need nutritious meals and snacks to give delegates the “edge”. So naturally healthy choices topped the menu during the three-day Melbourne Edge @AIME where delegates were urged to tackle the “creative future of business events”. Edge was held across Showtime Event Group venues along South Wharf.

ICY TRACTION: Buyers had a first-hand look of the type transport that will bring their incentives to sub-zero levels. This group from Australia visited the Christchurch Antarctic Centre before CINZ Meetings 2018 – New Zealand’s biggest business events showcase – got underway in Auckland. Among the 90 hosted buyers and media were delegates from Southeast Asia and China.

LA NUIT BY SOFITEL: Party like a Parisian amid black-and-white LED lighting inspired Sofitel Kunming’s second anniversary. The southwest city proved a cool China launch for the brand’s “edgy and innovative” party concept, La Nuit by Sofitel, with Mexican DJ sensation Mariana Bo at the turntables.

MARQUIS MARVEL:  Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park scooped a clutch of accolades at the Asia Pacific Property Awards. The six awards included Best Convention Hotel for Thailand and Asia Pacific. The property, with 1,388 rooms and suites, also topped the best large hotel in Thailand and Asia-Pacific category.

MACAU IN TUNE: Romance is usually in the air in Macau, and thanks to Mando-pop crooners Huang Pin Yuan and Victor Wong it had a harmonious setting at Broadway Theatre, part of the Galaxy Macau complex. Huang Pin Yuan joined fellow Taiwan resident, Malaysian singer Victor Wong, for an evening of classic love songs.


Submitted on 20 Jun 2018
 
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