• DESTINATION SPOTLIGHT

    COVER STORIES

    • 2016 July
      Positive forces

      Companies are increasingly incorporating opportunities for their meeting and incentive delegates to do good for the community of the destination...

    • 2016 July
      Leading by good example

      From cooking for impoverished children in Auckland to saving a protected bear species in Laos, event specialists show that there...

    • 2016 June
      Sustainability Champions

      Hotel companies that have been advocating sustainable practices internally are doing much more today to help their clients meet with...

    • 2016 May
      Rolling on the river

      Asian companies with sophisticated taste are starting to discover river cruises in their backyard and in destinations afar, prompting operators...

    VENUE PACKAGES

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    Suntec Singapore

    Meeting room packages at Suntec Singapore are now available at a promotional rate of S$7++ (US$5.10++) per pax for business...

    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 goldmine that is China’s MICE market

    A 2015 landmark study places the industry’s worth at US$110 billion in 2014, and a double-digit growth has been forecasted....

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    CASE STUDIES

    Covering all the bases

    SECB makes the four days in sunny Singapore count for North American buyers, having taken key steps in structuring the...

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    OVER COFFEE WITH

    Over coffee with David Peckinpaugh

    US demand for meetings and incentive travel is strong and continues to grow, according to David Peckinpaugh, president, Maritz Travel, based in Missouri. He shares with Caroline Boey his outlook on growth drivers and the sharing economy

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    EDITOR BLOG

    Let your hotel help you go green

    In July 2014 TTGmice ran with a cover feature on green convention and exhibition centres in Asia, and we discovered that not all Asian clients gave priority of choice to venues that run a sustainable opertation, preferring instead those that fit their budget and business needs.



    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