• DESTINATION SPOTLIGHT

    COVER STORIES

    • 2017 April
      Cover Story - Build & they will come

      More destinations beyond the big cities of Asia-Pacific are getting their own world-class convention centres. But are these facilities enough...

    • 2017 April
      Cover Story - Successes beyond the big cities

      The Third Preparatory Committee Meeting for Habitat III was a United Nations event in Surabaya, hosted by the Ministry of...

    • 2017 April
      Cover Story - Convention centres to watch

      Sitting on the banks of River Torrens and surrounded by lush greenery, the Adelaide Convention Centre is a refreshing venue...

    • 2017 February
      Outlook 2017: Destination Outlook

      What will the new year bring for Asia-Pacific’s business event players? How will Asian markets approach business event plans? What...

    VENUE PACKAGES

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    The Langham, Hong Kong

    The hotel has launched Meaningful Meetings for the Senses programme to deliver experiential environments for delegates inspired by colours....

    PRODUCT UPDATES

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    SINGAPORE - The Westin Singapore

    Occupying the 32nd to 46th floors of the new Asia Square Tower Two development, the 305-key Westin Singapore boasts 10...


     

    IN FOCUS

    The evolution of hybrid events

    A new breed of meetings that blend format and content from different industries is emerging in Singapore. Caroline Boey finds...

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    CASE STUDIES

    A royal lesson on cooperation

    To create an event fit for royalty is no mean feat. But what happens when unforeseen circumstances force a no-show...

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    OVER COFFEE WITH

    Over coffee with Paul Beeson

    The chief of Perth Convention Bureau tells Karen Yue that the stars are aligned for his city to rise up in the competitive game of business events

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    Paul-Beeson


    EDITOR BLOG

    Don’t feed that fear

    When the UK’s decision to leave the European Union (EU) was announced on June 24, news producers and thought leaders everywhere got busy churning out reports after reports on the consequences of this decision.



    Karen.yue
    Editor,TTGmice

    It’s not normal

    Recent history has shown that when the smell of danger lurks in a destination, the MICE market is one of the first to take flight.



    Raini.hamdi
    Editor,TTGmice