By cim / June 23, 2017 / Comments Off on ‘Happy Hour’ – Three Bottle Man’s Light Bulb Moments
If there is one destination that has emerged as the must visit place for 2019 it is the Outback. And as far as Outback destinations go, the Northern Territory’s Red Centre is as iconic as it gets.
Leading Australian events software platform EventsAIR was chosen to undertake the mammoth task of keeping track of more than 30,000 delegates, officials and observers at the recent Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) meeting held in Papua New Guinea.
Let’s just clear something up from the get-go. It’s not Brisvegas, or Brissy, it’s just Brisbane now.
Sell TNQ wrapped last month and CIM went along to see exactly what they were selling.
Tourism across the globe is becoming more about unique journeys and experience than simply taking photos.
A new report has highlighted the role live music plays in a city’s economic and social ecosystem, recommending that the NSW Government appoints a Minister for Music in addition to the Minister for the Arts to help reverse a “slowly disintegrating” contemporary music ecosystem in New South Wales.
A new index which ranks cities in terms of their competitive strength for attracting international conventions was launched by GainingEdge at the ICCA Annual Congress this week in Dubai.
Public and private sector collaboration is the driving force behind Barcelona’s model, writes Marc Rodriguez, general manager of CCIB-Centre de Convencions Internacional de Barcelona.
The RAI Amsterdam Convention Centre ensures a warm welcome for medical conferences, writes COO Maurist van der Sluis.
Meetings and conventions, where they go and how they approach their content, are affected by many different factors, including the influences of global and regional politics, writes Rod Cameron, executive director of the Joint Meetings Industry Council.
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