This Week's Headlines

TTG Conversations: Five questions with Lyn Lewis-Smith, Business Events Sydney

Sydney will host 72 global meetings over the next 18 months, many of which were rescheduled from the past two years due to the pandemic and travel disruption, shared Lyn Lewis-Smith, CEO of Business Events Sydney, adding that the strong calendar of events is indicative of the city getting back to business.

Bali stakeholders upbeat about the island’s MICE prospects

Business events stakeholders in Bali are reporting that the number of corporate events returning...

RWS posts strong line-up of events for 2H2022

Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) continues to record a busy business events calendar for 2H2022,...

Photo of the day: Thailand bags 84 leads at IMEX Frankfurt

The Thailand Convention & Exhibition Bureau (TCEB) and 14 Thai business events suppliers have...

International Aviation Conference lands at MCEC

The 151st International Air Transport Association (IATA) Slot Conference is touching down at Melbourne...

Q&A

Andy Sharpe, founder & CEO of global people engagement company SongDivision, strongly believes in the benefits of coming together to create music, and is using it to bring teams together both in-person and virtually
While Hilton has braced its team for a rapid tourism rebound once the conditions are right, the pace of recovery today in some parts of Asia-Pacific has come as a surprise, which Ben George, senior vice president & commercial director for the region, likens to catching a helium balloon

Event Technology

Jublia releases improved event app

Singapore-based event networking platform Jublia has released an upgraded version of its event app, Jublia App 3.0. The app now sports a cleaner look, and...

Strong return of in-person events drives AV1 expansion

AV1, an Australia-based business events production specialist, is expanding following a record month in...

EventX acquires land in The Sandbox

Asia-focused event technology company EventX has acquired an undisclosed amount of virtual land on...

Interprefy brings translated captions and subtitles to business events

Interprefy has launched its new AI-driven live captioning technology for multilingual meetings, webinars and...

Intelligence

Trip.com Group's corporate travel arm, Trip.Biz, has released a whitepaper delving into the trends defining the reviving corporate travel management sector in mainland China. According...
A new study by SAP Concur has found almost nine in 10 businesses (86%) across the Asia-Pacific (APAC) say their companies are actively considering...

In-person engagements with clients crucial for business recovery: Marriott

A new Asia Pacific survey by Marriott International revealed that over 81% of respondents...

Traveller well-being tops priorities for corporate travel programmes: BCD Travel

Travel buyers feel that traveller satisfaction and well-being is the second most important travel...

Editor's Pick

Taiwan gets smarter

Digital transformation has been central in Taiwan’s business events strategy during the absence of international events, placing the destination in a stronger position to compete for new-generation events.

Australia’s recovery campaigns see returns

Australia’s strategy to keep the marketing lights on, even as the industry experienced its darkest times at home in prolonged restricted conditions, 
seems to be paying off.

Corporate travel update: A new dawn

Covid-19 has raised the importance of risk mitigation ahead of cost savings, and ensuring suppliers deliver services that meet increasing sustainability, social and environmental concerns.

Bejewelled retreats

Palawan is seeing a spike in corporate interest for incentives and teambuilding as international borders have opened, and its coveted destinations are ready to get back to business.

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