Eight months on, we look at how the EU’s data protection regulation has impacted APAC advertisers and consumers.
A handy guide for the events industry in a 'new era of sustainability'.
New leadership, new facilities and major city-wide investment is transforming the city’s offering.
MPI, SITE, PCMA, IMEX and more to stand #StrongerTogether.
The COO of MCI Group on why agencies must rethink the rules of adult learning.
Events can use huge amounts of energy and leave a considerable carbon footprint. So what is the industry doing to offset that?
WTCMM is the first and only exhibition venue in the Philippines that is recognised by UFI.
The largest-ever edition sees increased tech presence, legacy focus and plenty of professional development.
Paul Lu, Intel China’s brand campaign, creative and event director, on translating “Intel inside, amazing outside” for events, the importance of digital amplification, and managing cost pressures.
Putting in place great content is one thing, but how do you know if it’s worked?
The meetings and events industry's biggest show, taking place May 21-23 in Frankfurt, will focus on transformation and collaboration, diversity and inclusion, and sustainability. Plus, robots.
Agencies anticipate more disruption, more events and fewer players.
The asset deal strengthens CT Hong Kong’s position by adding audio, display, lighting, projection, media management, technical design and production capabilities to its offering.
As brands and audiences adjust their expectations, how does this affect the agencies of tomorrow?
“One of the most ambitious things we have done at Auto China in Beijing was to create a Sky Lift that flew our guests eight metres up through the roof…”
A lesson in small cities successfully hosting large-scale events.
The 'live brand storytelling' agency is making waves within 18 months of its APAC launch.
An evolving format, parallel events and digital engagement keep it fresh.
Savvy local players now dominate China’s agency landscape.
A changing marketplace is throwing up new stars and business models