The 'live brand storytelling' agency is making waves within 18 months of its APAC launch.
The new GM for Auditoire Hong Kong on the evolving importance of live-streaming.
The COO of MCI Group on why agencies must rethink the rules of adult learning.
Freeman's Kestrel Lee talks about the sectors in which event budgets are falling—and rising.
Despite comparisons to its Barcelona sister, the mega event holds its own.
Curiocity—a new major event in Brisbane—saw city-wide science and tech activities across 20 days.
Gu Xuebin, founder and CEO of WeMeet, and advisor to Shenzhen World Exhibition & Convention Center, says big tech is finally paying attention to events.
“What is scary – and maybe fun at the same time – is by 2022, our smart devices will know more about our emotional state than your actual family.”
On the heels of successful visits by Chinese incentive groups, Melbourne prepares itself for more inbound business.
Although the second Trump-Kim summit did not deliver the 'Hanoi Declaration' as expected, Hanoi would likely increase its profile among international audiences.
The Big Group founder Bruce Keebaugh talks about starting out, collaborations and the recent Melbourne Cup.
The company's new Hong Kong MD, Crystal Campbell, comes to the role with previous MICE experience and a plan to increase corporate business.
Deniz Keskin, the brand management head of Porsche, speaks about millennials’ attitude towards car ownership, auto shows, and the brand’s enduring ties with motorsport.
China's roadmap for the Greater Bay area reinforces existing roles for each major city in the region and should have little effect on the convention and exhibition business.
Fringe events and showrooms act as the commercial backbone of the fashion show.
Spiritual cuisine and customised fragrances, anyone?
The software giant's senior manager of rewards and recognition programmes talks about how to curate truly authentic events while accounting for delegates' cultural and even emotional makeup.
The Fyre documentary on Netflix shows us how planners can avoid their event becoming a fellow contender for the worst ever.
Aung Lin Htin, country director for Pacific World Myanmar, on positioning Myanmar as a meetings-friendly destination.
Could multi-hub meetings be the next best thing after face-to-face?
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