Messe Berlin (Singapore) will be organising the inaugural Mice Show Asia 2019 in Singapore. The three-day business-to-business travel trade show will take place from October 16th-18th at the Sands Expo & Convention Centre at Marina Bay Sands.
The Oysters - the leading collection of over 20 international tourist boards and convention bureaux - has formed an exclusive marketing partnership with The Meetings Show UK.
2DEFINE Architecture has won an assignment to lead the design of an extraordinary new convention centre in China. Alongside local partner Dalian Urban Planning & Design Institute, the firm was selected to direct the design of the Yingkou Convention and Exposition Centre, a four-story, 70,000-square-meter facility in Yingkou, China.
Success on the field has made Manchester United one of the leading global brands. The team is now looking to repeat the success on the conference circuit, signing up to become a member of the International Congress & Convention Association.
From the Magnificent Mile to Down Under: W Chicago City Center and Sheraton on the Park Sydney first in Starwood’s Global Portfolio to introduce Cisco TelePresence for Virtual Meetings
In a clear sign of resurging confidence in the Thai travel and tourism industry, especially the MICE sector, a number of high-level ASEAN conferences and events have been successfully concluded in Thailand, and more are coming up, including the ASEAN Summit in October.
The luxury Egyptian resort of The Savoy Hotel Sharm El Sheikh is forging ahead in becoming the leading conference centre for the Red Sea region with a series of high-profile summer events.
South Korea’s leading luxury hotel, The Shilla Seoul, has launched a prestigious new ‘Business Meeting Package’ showcasing state-of-the-art MICE facilities and elegant private dining venues.
MITM Americas, Meetings and Incentive Travel Market, holding its 15th edition in Havana, Cuba next November 18th and 19th, announces four fam tours of Cuba to be offered, free of charge, to the MITM attending meetings and incentive hosted buyers from Europe and North America.
The booking patterns for MICE groups and independent travellers have changed significantly due to the financial crisis, Great Hotels Organisation reports, and hoteliers need to react to this by adapting their pricing strategies accordingly.It should come as no surprise that over the past year, the hotel industry has entered a phase of slowdown because of the dwindling economy and booking lead times for MICE and global distribution systems (GDS) have shown a sharp decrease.