Two major sporting events heading to Tokyo are causing meetings numbers and venue construction to spike.
The line of hotels will focus on tech, facilities, and services with the business traveller in mind.
This means that the venue will now be able to host up to 4,000 people – a huge boost to the city’s capacity for large-scale events.
Despite the quick growth of the sharing economy model, home- and meeting-sharing options are undergoing a slow uptake in the events world.
The combination of a hybrid solar-powered convention centre, heritage shophouses, and a vast array of street food is positioning the popular northern Malaysian city as a unique destination.
Nature trails, fishing expeditions and waterfront cafés await in this charming port city.
The venue will allow guests to rent a high-speed catamaran and customise experiences on an outer Reef pontoon.
The top three business event areas in Japan point to Marunouchi, Roppongi, and Waterfront.
The certificates will help to ensure consistent professionalism across Thailand.
The ‘Kyoto Unique Venues Guide 2018’ adds 12 new locations, including third Unesco World Heritage Sites.
"We’re not designing convention centres, we’re planning hotels which have smaller venues for first-class events."
Glass-encased pavilion can host up to 140 banquet guests.
Brands looking to ditch the conventional can check out the city’s unique event venues.
South Korea’s capital is shaking off its geopolitical curse to win business ahead of the PyeongChang Winter Games.
The hotel chain has plans to bring its MICE clout to Singaporean shores.
Hotel Chao taps on its unique spaces and artistic vibe to attract the creative audience.
Brisbane is gaining clout over the years with a string of regional and global events – not least because of its rapid infrastructure developments.
On the heels of successful visits by Chinese incentive groups, Melbourne prepares itself for more inbound business.
The up-and-coming unique venue in Seongsu-dong is reflective of the area's larger urban regeneration efforts.
The new centre is predicted to host 111 new events annually, equivalent to 16% growth for the city.