Getting ISO certification to recognise the sustainable credentials of your business isn’t as expensive – or as complicated – as you might think. Stuart Wood reports
South Australia’s capital, Adelaide, is evolving fast as a medical conference capital. A new Innovation Corridor stretching through the heart of the CBD has attracted the attention of associations and conference organisers.
Thirty years on from the Velvet Revolution, Simon George visits Prague to find a quiet MICE revolution a work in progress.
At the confluence point of three continents, three religions and a mezze of international culture, the Israeli city of Tel Aviv is full of surprises for MICE visitors. Stuart Wood reports
William Thomson, MD Gallus Events, reports from The Green Zone exhibition area at the recent world Climate Change Conference COP25 in Madrid.
Bob O’Keefe AM, General Manager of Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre (BCEC), tells CMW about his illustrious career.
Certain cities are forever associated with famous conferences, and stand testament to the power of meeting at the highest level.
Brexit is creating business opportunities and issues as well as recruitment problems, according to one of the leading UK meetings industry association’s members.
Vitali Vitaliev visits an old Scottish treasure and finds it offers a uniquely democratic kind of hospitality.
Shenzhen World in China is set to become the largest event venue in the world once completed. Paul Colston visited the venue and spoke to the masterminds who are helping make it a reality.
CMW meets Dr Edward Koh, Executive Director of Conventions, Meetings and Incentive Travel at Singapore Tourism Board.
Stuart Wood spends a week in Thailand, where the MICE industry is putting business into a higher gear.