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Sea and be seen: Ocean technology in St John’s, Newfoundland & Labrador

By Stu Greenoff, the Canadian destination’s sales manager, meetings & conventions St John’s historic ties to the ocean are well documented. From fishing to subsea imaging, the city’s industry has been shaped by the sea. The ocean technology industry in St John’s is characterised by strong partnerships between educational institutions, private sector businesses and the…


Cvent’s tips for 2017 tech

Advances in technology have led to sweeping improvements in the events management field. Here David Chalmers, marketing director of Cvent, Europe, gives his views on which technology trends are likely to take hold in 2017 and beyond. One of the biggest innovations in technology which is set to influence the exhibition industry this year and beyond is RFID Technology….


On message

Paul Colston on Austin, the American welcome and the problems of too much choice. I wrote here once before about the delay and difficulties experienced in entering the US through Miami, having queued twice for two hours when I felt a distinct absence of the famed US service culture from the border control officers. Therefore,…


Graphics at events

3D printing, production times and protecting the environment – CMW sister title EN looks to the future of the graphics sector with four signage and printing suppliers. New technology has meant that the capabilities of professionals working in the sector have grown exponentially in recent years. “As the times move forward, more and more jobs can be…

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