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    Exhibition and convention space needs to be expanded fast: HK trade

    Spooked by massive, modern convention centres emerging in neighbouring Guangzhou and Shenzhen, Hong Kong stakeholders have urged the government to quickly expand its existing exhibition and convention space.


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    St Regis' new Live Exquisite brand promise to benefit even meetings

    St Regis Hotels and Resorts' ongoing brand repositioning is promising more exquisite and experiential guest programmes that will benefit the intimate-sized, C-level meetings its properties tend to attract.


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    Sydney to welcome Global Summit of Women next year

    Sydney will host the Global Summit of Women in 2018, an event that showcases progressive government and private sector strategies that level the playing field for women, addressing bias.


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    [SPONSORED POST] Macao Fast Emerging As Asia’s Ideal Mice Destination

      As Macao continues to elevate its game with the establishment of new infrastructures, facilities and entertainment options in the MICE…


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    MCEC to get a Novotel next door

    AccorHotel's Novotel brand has been selected for a four-star hotel to be developed next to the new wing of Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC).


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    Designer playgrounds, early check-in crown Changi Airport's new Jewel

    Changi Airport has unveiled the latest features in its upcoming lifestyle complex Jewel, with designer play attractions, dining outlets and walking trails crowning the 14,000m2 Canopy Park at the topmost level.


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    Adelaide Convention Centre installs world's largest rotating seating platform

    Marking the latest milestone for the construction of Adelaide Convention Centre's new East Building is the installation of the venue's rotating seating platform – said to be the largest in the world.


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    Concur completes top 10 BT market expansion with South Korea launch

    Concur will join SAP's Seoul office in its latest expansion announcement, allowing it to offer expense solutions to large conglomerates, enterprise businesses and multinational companies with operations in South Korea.


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    Poor corporate performance, weak ringgit, Ramadan stumble M'sian hotels

    The Muslim fasting month of Ramadan, always a slow period for business events, has turned out particularly bad this year for business hotels in Malaysia, the situation exacerbated by reduced corporate budgets on the back of a weak corporate environment and the national currency slump.


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    Terrorism incidents in Europe make New Zealand a safer choice: agents

    New Zealand is an attractive destination not just because of its scenery and activities but because it is a safer choice than Europe, opined agents attending last week's MEETINGS 2017 in Auckland.


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