2016 AprilThe art of feeding event delegates
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2016 AprilHow planners did it
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2016 AprilConvention centres get creative
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2016 FebruaryOutlook 2016
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Caroline Boey speaks with the president of the new Incentive, Conference & Event Society (ICESAP) who is on a mission, after 35 years of being in the business, to embrace customers and professionalise the industryView More
Feeding the new breed of delegates
When I got married in 2011, my husband and I chose to host our banquet at My Humble House, one of Singapore’s top fine dining Chinese restaurants then (it has since closed its doors here, focusing its operations in Jakarta, Tokyo and Beijing), instead of a ballroom in a hotel where banquet meals are mass-produced in a central kitchen.