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Bali Nusa Dua Convention Centre
With the eagerly anticipated opening of its second convention centre this May, Nusa Dua in Bali is positioning itself as a major player in the business events sector, writes Gigi Onag MORE
Batam means business as Singapore’s “b-leisure” getaway
Indonesia-Singapore business cooperation, increased investment and venue openings will help the island compete as an incentives destination, says Carlson Rezidor’s Andre de Jong MORE
Community experiences in Thailand and Indonesia
Khiri Travel launches local and nature-based itineraries for meetings groups in northern Thailand and Lombok MORE
Corporate retreats
Looking for a tucked away, but serene location for executives to meet the CEO, or brainstorm strategy? Georgia Feldmanis finds lodges that mean business MORE
Hong Kong praises South Korean meetings agents
Korea represented for the first time at Meetings & Exhibitions Hong Kong’s Top Agents Awards Presentation MORE
Korea breaks new ground with largest Indonesian incentive
Korea Tourism Organisation to host over 1,100 incentive qualifiers from networking marketing company followed by 860-strong delegation from Singapore MORE
Lord O’Neill has his eye on Jakarta
Martin Donovan says advocates for the Indonesian capital may take heart from the eminent economist MORE
Unique ways of gathering
Bali is steeped in folklore, tradition and crafts. Maida Pineda samples ways groups can experience some local culture MORE
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With Hong Kong’s big initiative on live events in tatters, Robert Rogers says industry leaders must now speak with one voice to government MORE
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