New leadership, new facilities and major city-wide investment is transforming the city’s offering.
South Korean capital secures mega incentives in the lead up to Winter Olympics.
The theme park replaces '尼' with '妮' on its name to mark International Women's Day.
The international centre will become the biggest event space in New Zealand once it starts operating in 2020.
WTCMM is the first and only exhibition venue in the Philippines that is recognised by UFI.
The centre aims to bolster its tech capabilities to cater for the changing architecture of meetings.
The decision was based on planners seeking more flexibility and personalisation.
Bangkok’s Old Customs House to become a luxury hotel.
South Korea’s capital is shaking off its geopolitical curse to win business ahead of the PyeongChang Winter Games.
New event infrastructure opening up remote locales.
The top three business event areas in Japan point to Marunouchi, Roppongi, and Waterfront.
SNIEC's general manager Micheal Kruppe on its name change, sustainability, and bringing in more sporting events.
The high number of new venue openings in recent years presents untapped potential for event organisers.
Brisbane is gaining clout over the years with a string of regional and global events – not least because of its rapid infrastructure developments.
Hong Kong-based hospitality group nabs famed Canberra hotel.
Two major sporting events heading to Tokyo are causing meetings numbers and venue construction to spike.
The demand for unique venues has key regional cities opening everything from old textile factories to sacred shrines for events.
Big brands continue to make their way across the region.
Darren Lim, senior vice president at Pico+, on the evolving role of event spaces.
The meetings and conference centre makes the bold move of permanently unlocking its front doors.