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2017 Macau trends: a sales director’s predictions
Timothy Tan expects short-lead times to persist, requests for more unconventional incentives and hi-tech AV backdrops to stand out in the year ahead MORE
5 post-meeting and incentive options for Macau
From Ibiza-style nightclubs and chic lounges, to world-renowned theatrical spectaculars and sky-high cocktails, Macau delivers. Georgia Feldmanis reports MORE
6 tasting experiences across Apac
Planners seeking to offer groups the chance to appreciate the work that goes into producing wine and liquor can sample these itinerary choices. Georgia Feldmanis reports MORE
Cotai Strip hotels pioneer event-planning app
Sheraton Grand Macao and The St Regis Macao are debuting a digital event-planning tool that helps planners go green. Georgia Feldmanis reports MORE
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
Kuala Lumpur trio show off meeting and event flexibility
The St Regis and Le Meridien Putrajaya joined by newcomer Element Kuala Lumpur as Marriott highlights meeting and incentive potential around Malaysia capital. Martin Donovan reports MORE
Message in a bottle
St Regis Macao hosts a dinner to celebrate its partnership with an Italian vineyard owned by rock star Sting and partner Trudie Styler MORE
New and soon-to-open business hotels in Kuala Lumpur
The Malaysian capital is set to see high-end competition with hotels opening in skyscrapers and new properties upping their events game, writes Martin Donovan MORE
St Regis expands into Malaysia
The all-suite St Regis Langkawi will offer 1,082 sqm of luxury event space MORE
Winning card?
As a road link stretching across the Pearl Delta takes shape, the island of Hengqin is emerging as Macau’s best chance of diversifying its economy. Business event planners may also want to bet on its success, writes Martin Donovan MORE
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