The Event Marketing Awards recognise companies applying best practice to the creation, planning, production and management of innovative and successful events in Asia-Pacific. Entry deadline: January 7.
The Event Marketing Awards ceremony was held in Hong Kong Wednesday night.
The awards recognise companies applying best practices to the creation, planning, production and management of innovative and successful events in Asia-Pacific. Enter by 9 April.
The awards will be presented on June 6 in Hong Kong.
Yannick Bolloré discussed the creation of Havas Events and CRM-specialist Havas Helia, as well as the expansion of the Edge Performance Network and the Annex.
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The bureau wants to propel itself as the MICE hub of Asean, besides being the centre of knowledge and innovation-driven events.
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The company offers an online software suite to event-management companies and commerce chambers.
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The events agency joins forces with a Bangkok-based entertainment and media group.
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A key explanation for Singapore’s success is that its government really does “get it”.
The agency worked within a tight budget to deliver an incentive program in one of the most expensive cities in the world.