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A-Z of Asia-Pacific meeting venues
MIX covers venues that are gaining prominence in the Asia Pacific region MORE
Asean attractions
Member countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations form an increasingly important economic region – and meeting facilities are reflecting this. Martin Donovan reports MORE
Bangkok at large
The three biggest convention and exhibition venues in the Thai capital are undergoing either expansion or other changes. Steve Cray reports MORE
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC)
Hong Kong’s premier conference venue is adding more space to extend its impressive track record among Asia’s top event capitals, writes Kenneth Cheong MORE
Inspiring venues: the secret of successful meetings
Mark Cooper discusses the findings of an International Association of Conference Centres report predicting meeting rooms and spaces of the future MORE
Melbourne CEC targets A$167 economy boost with expansion
Upgrade to increase venue’s total size to over 70,000 sqm; management expect 74,000 more visitors annually. Georgia Feldmanis reports MORE
Melbourne Convention Bureau marks a new era
The organisation formerly known as the Melbourne Convention & Visitors Bureau has undergone a complete rebrand MORE
Melbourne's Convention District unveiled
The four-kilometre-wide area along the Yarra River has the highest concentration of conference facilities, with almost 198,000 sqm of meetings space and over 15,000 hotel rooms in the heart of the city MORE
Mix Picks: Convention centres in the future
If you are looking for inspiration for your long term plans, take a look at these future facilities MORE
On the waterfront
Organisers of Taiwan’s premium boat show are making the most of Kaohsiung Exhibition Center’s striking marina location MORE
Pudong pioneers
Two major venues up their game with rebranding and expanded portfolios boosting business. Steve Cray reports on the latest developments MORE
Seoul deliverance
The South Korean capital has a range of options and flexible venues capable of handling groups of all sizes, from the smallest to a record-breaking 8,000 for dinner. Valerian Ho reports MORE
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