1-2, 1-2, CMW tests the technology being installed at a selection of venues worldwide.
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.
Off the back of AIPCâ€™s Edgar Hirt stating the case for the value a convention centre can bring to a destination, CMW asked a selection of international centre managers about the impact their businesses bring to their local communities.
Adriana Spitteler revises, for exclusive publication in CMW, the Congrex White Paper on international hotel contracts.
Sarah Oâ€™Donnell sees how Seattleâ€™s convention business is coping in 2009 and looks into the destinationâ€™s future, north by northwest.