Paul Colston reports from Ljubljana, in Slovenia, on a growing industry tradeshow making headway for South East Europe, Conventa 2011.
As Reed Travel Exhibitions (RTE) gears up (28-30 March) for what it claims is the largest gathering of meeting professionals in the Gulf, CMW asks GIBTM Exhibition Manager Lloyd Kenyon whatâ€™s in store this time round.
With Reed Travel Exhibitionsâ€™ Americas Incentive Business Travel and Meetings (AIBTM) exhibition coming to Baltimore, Maryland, for the first time in June, Vikki Carley takes a look at whatâ€™s on offer.
AIPC President Edgar Hirt says convention centres are well placed to deliver sustainable programmes.
It is east versus west as Sarah Oâ€™Donnell compares Sydney and Perthâ€™s meetings offering in light of new infrastructure and marketing developments.
CMW travels to Budapest and takes a look at the attractions offered on both sides of the Danube.
The smartphone has changed the way we function as human beings. Sarah Oâ€™Donnell finds out what its affect has had on the meetings industry and makes a few recommendations.
Vikki Carley visits Pattaya, one of the cities at the centre of Thailandâ€™s 2020 World Expo bid.
The city of Austin, Texas, has won its bid to host a Formula One US Grand Prix for 2012. CMW caught up with Austin Convention and Visitor Bureauâ€™s Director of Tourism, Margo Richards, to find out how the city is equipped for meetings.
Last year threw the international meetings industry a few curve balls with new venues launched, companies going into liquidation and the fall of corporate meetings. Sarah Oâ€™Donnell asks a selection of industry leaders what they see in 2011â€™s crystal ball.