The death of tourism?

In the Danish capital of Copenhagen, ‘hedonistic sustainability’ is attempting to stem the rising tide of overtourism and carbon emissions. Stuart Wood reports.

How to change the world

At the One Young World summit in London, future world leaders pooled their collective wisdom to take on some of the world’s most pressing issues.

Subvention – business enabler, or bribery?

What are governments around the world doing to harness the economic power of the MICE industry – and is it all legal?

The $100m meeting man

etc.venues is taking its meetings model across the Atlantic from London to New York - and it's armed with $100m of private equity funding.

Virtual reality – sideshow or main attraction?

CMW investigates how the market for virtual reality has evolved, and whether virtual conferencing has a future.

The rise of the Asian passport

The creators of the Henley Passport Index say Asia is leading the way in both global economic activity and global mobility, as the US and UK fall down the rankings.

Could the meetings industry unite North and South Korea?

Could the meetings industry be the catalyst for unification between North and South Korea? CMW’s Stuart Wood investigates.

Ready to take a sporting chance in the Urals?

CMW editor Paul Colston spoke at the recent MICE Day in the Urals event, in Ekaterinburg, and then explored the region’s particular sporting offer for events.

How Puerto Rico rebuilt its tourism industry in the wake of Hurricane Maria

Puerto Rico was devastated by Hurricane Maria in 2017 - the most powerful hurricane to hit the island in recorded history.

How UK suppliers are preparing for a no deal Brexit

Europa Showfreight has spent £2m and significant time preparing for a no deal Brexit, and walks us through the process

The $100m meeting man

Alastair Stewart and Nicholas Hoare, CEO and COO respectively of etc.venues, are to take their successful urban day venue model across the Atlantic.

All in a day’s work

CMW goes behind the scenes at ICC Sydney, to meet some of the key staff that make that magic happen.   Dewi Gutierrez, Event Planner My role is fast paced and hands-on. Each day, I work closely with clients as their main point of contact to ensure their event vision becomes a reality. Behind the scenes, I’m busy coordinating our teams to ensure we provide the best service, product and experie...

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