Conference & Meetings World

Conference & Meetings World is published for the international conference and meetings industry. It tackles the issues facing organisers of international events. The editorial is independent, fresh and news driven, with a global reach.

Malta on the move for MICE

The next few years will see Malta opening several hotels and experiences that cater to the MICE clients. The Malta Marriott Hotel and Spa will open in 2020, a year that will see the launch of the Hard Rock Café; a MICE ‘epicenter’ complete with 3,437sqm of planned function space and the largest convention centre on the island. This year marks the 40th Anniversary of Malta’s flagship conference ven...


Hyatt Place Taghazout Bay – Welcome to a different place

Stay a quick drive from Agadir Taghazout Bay is a small fishing village turned eco-friendly resort enclave. Visitors hail from all over the world to surf these famous waters off the western coast of Morocco, and to enjoy the temperate climate year-round. Nestled along the west coast is Hyatt Place Taghazout Bay, a seaside hotel with ocean and mountain views at every turn. About the hotel The Atlas...

Strong winds in Calgary’s meetings sails

Calgary is famous for its oil and gas and, of course, its annual rodeo festival. Now it is dealing with a stampede for renewable energy meetings and events based on a growing appreciation of the deep local experience, innovation and knowhow. Two big events in this sector stand testament to these strong running winds in Calgary’s conference sails: the recent 35th Annual CanWEA Conference and Exhibi...

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Australia innovates: War on waste

The knowledge economy is integral to tomorrow’s business events. Here CMW offers the story of the world’s first microfactory – up and running in an Australian university basement. Its creator, Veena Sahajwalla is set to integrate the idea into the commercial world and revolutionise the war on waste.  Change maker In the 1990s, Mumbai-born scientist and engineer Veena Sahajwalla moved to Aust...

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