BUSINESS events professionals seeking insights and innovations to help lead their organisations to success were encouraged to “learn and apply” and even try a game of table football during PCMA’s third Asia Pacific Annual Conference in Macau.
The fusbal set-up was part of the event furnishings provided by the Small World Experience events team for the conference’s networking area at The Parisian Macao, November 6-8.
The business side of the conference offered education and networking programmes to spark ideas on how business events and the people who organise them can lead change. More than 120 participants from 106 organisations across 18 countries and regions attended the event.
“Those who participated in our event were able to make important business connections and gain valuable insights from leaders within our industry and outside of it,” said Antonio Codinach, PCMA regional business director.
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“It was a great learning experience and I came home with several practical concepts and ideas I can introduce in my organisation and share with my colleagues,” said Evelyn B. Balmeo-Salire, secretary general of the Philippine Retailers Association.
The event introduced the Learning Hub, a transformative open space where participants could participate in smaller-group discussions with industry leaders, conduct business meetings, relax in a lounge setting or even play table football.