The Australian Government has announced a new AUD$76m fund to help the country’s tourism industry recover.
The UK's Security minister Brandon Lewis has said that prime minister Boris Johnson and home secretary Priti Patel are “100% behind” implementing Martyn’s Law, and that his department are working to improve security measures at public venues and spaces.
Cuthbert Ncube, the Chairman of the African Tourist Board, has issued a statement in reaction to the escalating conflict between the United States and Iran.
The UK’s newly elected Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has banned his ministers from attending the Davos world leaders’ summit in January 2020.
Could the meetings industry be the catalyst for unification between North and South Korea? CMW’s Stuart Wood investigates.
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker is to submit legislation calling for the sale of the Hynes Convention Center in Boston’s Back Bay.
Pennsylvania Convention Center management has announced a 10-year labour agreement extension that means customers can now erect and breakdown their own exhibition stands regardless of size.
Boris Johnson has been named the UK’s next Prime Minister, during a Conservative Party conference at London’s QEII Centre.
The G20 summit begins in Osaka, Japan today, with much of the focus on the meeting between Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping.