London is already out of the blocks and chasing big ticket association business. The recently published 2010 International Congress and Convention Association Rankings show London finally on the move, up two places to 14th, after a few years off the pace. CMW reports.
Former Head of Business Tourism at VisitBritain, Simon Mills, discusses Olympic sponsorship and London’s big chance to shine in 201′.
Prague has continued to fall in the International Congress and Convention Association rankings since placing 8th in 2006. Sarah O’Donnell looks at how it aims for Top 10 within three years.
AIPC President Edgar Hirt explains how convention centres’ sustainable capabilities can help organisers manage costs.
The Indian events industry is building the case for public recognition. Antony Reeve-Crook speaks to some of the keys players trying to turn the wheels.
Jordan is desperately trying to avoid the negativity of being lumped in with some of the more volatile regions in the Middle East. Vikki Carley reports.
The National Exhibition Centre (NEC) Group in Birmingham aims to have a new conference and banqueting centre by the end of 2013, under a £120m (US$198m) destination development plan.
Robin Lokerman, Chief Executive Officer of MCI Group’s Institutional Division, says a well prepared marketing plan is crucial to achieving event success.
International event management agency Grass Roots Group recently published its Fifth Meetings Industry Report (2011). MD, Venue Procurement, Des McLaughlin gives an overview.