Weekly Updates on MICE Industry

Eat. Pray. Meet.

by Meetings & Conventions Asia | February 26, 2019
Pier One Sydney Harbour collaborates with lululemon to introduce mindfulness-themed meeting package.

All geared up!

by Meetings & Conventions Asia | February 26, 2019
MyCEB made strong showing at AIME 2019 in preparation for Visit Malaysia 2020.

A walk in the park

by Meetings & Conventions Asia | February 26, 2019
The new Alexandria Park at the Brisbane Showgrounds is on track to host external events from October 2019.

One small step for diversity

by David Koenig, AP Airlines Writer | February 26, 2019
Airlines to give customers ‘non-binary’ choice under gender.

Double Tree by Hilton ramps up openings across Asia Pacific

by Meetings & Conventions Asia | February 26, 2019
In China, Hilton’s second fastest-growing brand in the region has more than 100 planned projects and an aggregate of close to 27,000 rooms.

To the FUTR and beyond

by Meetings & Conventions Asia | February 19, 2019
MP International, part of Pico Group, announces acquisition of FUTR Group.

AEG Ogden announced as operator for Te Pae Christchurch

by Lee Xin Hui | February 19, 2019

Former general manager of Cairns Convention Centre, Ross Steele, comes onboard as GM. 

Rustic charms beckon from the northern Laotian countryside

by Meetings & Conventions Asia | February 19, 2019
New resort Pullman Luang Prabang adds the city’s largest MICE facilities with outdoor and socially responsible activities.

Not in my workplace

by Meetings & Conventions Asia | February 19, 2019
The inaugural Not In My Workplace (NIMW) Summit will be held on February 21, 2019.

Brisbane’s blockbuster summer

by Meetings & Conventions Asia | February 19, 2019
Brisbane Marketing worked with partners to secure 70 conferences for the city in 2019, which will attract around 34,800 delegates.

Lofty growth from Down Under

by Meetings & Conventions Asia | February 19, 2019
Australia has hit a record with A$187 million in business events in the bag.

Singapore hits new highs

by Lee Xin Hui | February 19, 2019
Rise in tourists for 14 of its 15 top markets, although visitor spending showed mixed performance.

Hot Ideas

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Wellness Tips

Eat. Pray. Meet.

Pier One Sydney Harbour collaborates with lululemon to introduce mindfulness-themed meeting package.

Are you in the right frame of mind?

Connecting the dots between nights away from home and mental health.

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Global walking tours

A hotel chain encourages you to get out and stroll.