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.
AIPC President, Edgar Hirt says we can all shape the convention centres of the future.
Sarah O’Donnell heads to Reed Travel Exhibitions’ Chinese meetings trade show, CIBTM, and finds a local industry craving to climb the Great Wall of meetings knowledge.
CMW’s sister publication Conference News is supporting Movember, a fun event dedicated to raising awareness of prostate cancer and collecting cash for cancer research.
The long-awaited Convention Centre, Dublin, officially opened for business on 7 September after 40 months of construction, and anticipation. Sarah Oâ€™Donnell walks the floor to see what it will offer the local and international meetings industry.
At the recent Chinese meetings industry exhibition CIBTM, Sarah Oâ€™Donnell spoke to the CEO of host venue, the China National Convention Center, Haiying Liu, about its role in an evolving national meetings industry.