PCMA president Sherrif Karamat unpacks issues surrounding inclusivity and diversity, and the power of meetings to bridge differences.
Sustainability and ethical practices rise in importance as millennials take charge.
We sit down with Rudy Khaw, the young maverick who's shaping the AirAsia brand.
A handy guide for the events industry in a 'new era of sustainability'.
Latest ICCA rankings were dominated by Japan, but is it just a temporary high?
Events can use huge amounts of energy and leave a considerable carbon footprint. So what is the industry doing to offset that?
Step one: Think beyond your phone, computer, and TV screens.
"Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines and Australia continue to advise travellers to avoid sections of Central Jakarta."
Event venues are responsible for churning out thousands of meal covers in a short span of time - it's time we think about all that wastage.
The trend of larger networks seeking out opportunities with speciality agencies sounds peachy in theory, but not always so in practice.
“[Audiences] don’t want be on the sidelines anymore, they want to be a part of something bigger.”
Some still believe that inclusion initiatives are “just about being politically correct”.
“In Shanghai, even a new starter can get a foot in the door. If you don’t stay hungry and on top of the game, you could be supplanted without even knowing it.”
As brands and audiences adjust their expectations, how does this affect the agencies of tomorrow?
All it takes is a sense of goodwill and a bit of pre-planning.
A lesson that making sustainable choices could help your bottom line.
Brisbane is gaining clout over the years with a string of regional and global events – not least because of its rapid infrastructure developments.
VR in the consumer space is not a new thing – but planners too are jumping on the bandwagon.
The 'live brand storytelling' agency is making waves within 18 months of its APAC launch.
The COO of MCI Group on why agencies must rethink the rules of adult learning.