Mike Trudeau visits Krakow and investigates its conference and meetings offering.
As Taiwan and Beijing build on the June 2010 ECFA accord which eased trading conditions, Paul Colston finds Taipei is reaching out for meetings business with a new sense of confidence.
Sarah Oâ€™Donnell finds Copenhagen is turning meetings on their head in order to see a return on meeting investment.
The Canadian Tourism Commissionâ€™s Greg Klassen tells CMW why the country is concentrating marketing efforts on Europe and the UK and shares experience of the Winter Olympics and the G20.
Vikki Carley heads to the so-called â€˜birthplace of democracyâ€™, Athens, to see how the cityâ€™s MICE market is holding up in what has been an extremely challenging year for the Greek economy.
Vikki Carley meets James Rees, director of conferences and events at Excel
Sarah Oâ€™Donnell gets carnival fever in Latin Americaâ€™s largest, and still strongest, economy.
Qatar is expanding its venue and hotel capacity.
South African Tourismâ€™s trade exhibition Meetings Africa and the country’s fast changing events landscape as the excitement builds ahead of the FIFA World Cup in June.
The world is constantly evolving and there are effective and ineffective ways for businesses within the conferencing industry to deal with changes. International leadership methodologist Paul Bridle, focuses on successful organisations and the methods they employ.