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    [PERSPECTIVES] The benefits of true collaboration between associations in the business events industry

    The benefits of collaboration in every industry are well-known, though the extent and success of doing so depends on multiple practical and political realities.


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    Marco Polo Plaza Cebu wants a bigger slice of MICE

    Marco Polo Plaza Cebu has set its sights on growing its corporate business segment by leveraging the expansion of the province's airport and yet-unknown attractions.


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    SCB partners with Qatar Airways to widen network

    Sarawak Convention Bureau (SCB) has partnered with Qatar Airways – as part of the Redefining Global Tribes campaign – to grow inbound business travel and international events to the state.


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    Cairns to host 8,000 Amway delegates

    Cairns and the Great Barrier Reef will be welcoming some 8,000 delegates from Amway for the 2019 Amway China Leadership Seminar.


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    [INTELLIGENCE] Business travellers find they are very productive on the road due to more tech options

    According to the Carlson Wagonlit Travel (CWT) Connected Traveler Study, business travellers are bringing more devices, and feel more productive as they are on the road conducting business.


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    MakeMyTrip's corporate travel booking tool now live

    Indian OTA giant MakeMyTrip has launched the MyBusiness tool to capture the booming corporate travel segment.


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    Beyond Asia: Kartause Ittingen, Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest and ICNPB

    Here's TTGmice's weekly round up of MICE developments outside of Asia.


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    [Sponsored Post] JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong Unveils Brand New Ballroom

    JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong proudly unveils its brand new ballroom on 3 September 2017, making it one of the…


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    Business travel in Macau largely unscathed

    Last Wednesday, Typhoon Hato struck Macau, causing disruptions to the leisure market, but corporate traffic has been mostly spared as August is a generally low season for the business segment.


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    [Intelligence] The impact of millennials on corporate travel and expense

    Within the past year, millennials (born 1981-1997) surpassed baby boomers (born 1946-1964) as the largest living generation in the US and now make up the largest share of employees in the American workforce, according to Pew Research. This generation, totalling more than 75 million people, has changed how organisations recruit, retain and use their workforces, but to date, there has been little information about what millennials actually spend on corporate travel and expenses.


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