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    DESTINATION SPOTLIGHT

    COVER STORIES

    • 2016 April
      The art of feeding event delegates

      As more dining functions become an integral part of the complete business event, convention centres must perfect their F&B operations...

    • 2016 April
      How planners did it

      Pacific World Singapore organised a conference in Sands Expo and Convention Centre for 750 attendees from an international agricultural firm...

    • 2016 April
      Convention centres get creative

      The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, which manages the Bali International Convention Centre next door, has played up its location in...

    • 2016 February
      Outlook 2016

      Business challenges abound in the new year but Asian MICE players are not one to wallow in despair. TTGmice...

    VENUE PACKAGES

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    The Star Performing Arts Centre, Singapore

    The arts centre offers two venues for private hire – The Star Gallery and The Star Loft....

    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

    A tough courtship still

    Sponsorships are even harder to come by these days, but associations will see greater success by having innovative activities and...

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    CASE STUDIES

    Titan gets bold and beautiful

    To impress its VIP business associates, the Indian jeweller opts to host its meeting and incentive in unusual locations in...

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    OVER COFFEE WITH

    Nigel Gaunt

    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 industry

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    EDITOR BLOG

    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.



    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