Intellectual Capitals

Montréal nursing knowledge secures major congress

Montréal is reinforcing its reputation as a nursing hub in the Western world as the...

Operator will showcase Christchurch’s strengths to attract meetings

AEG Ogden, the newly unveiled operator of the AUS$400m Christchurch Convention and Exhibition Centre, Te Pae,...

Latest news

Meetings industry urged to stamp out sexual harassment

Liverpool conference ambassadors awarded for £10.8m contribution

Edinburgh: destination marketers criticise ‘short-sighted’ cuts proposal

Hosted buyer registration opens for The Meetings Show 2019

Blow for Montreux venue as residents snub SFr87m renovation

Editor's blog

Edinburgh and its ambassadors: what price the knowledge economy?

That moment when your president goes off-piste, again

Conference security: tales of the unexpected in Brussels

Conference wins show Dubai is ready to walk the walk

Meeting in the age of high-stakes brinkmanship

Criticise COP24 if you will, but meeting matters

A womb with a view to end sleepless first nights

Readers’ forum

What’s ‘legal but not ethical’ in meetings?

I was stopped at check-in flying through Heathrow to Iceland and told I was on...

Should we take cuts lying down?

Marriott and Hilton's decision to cut group booking commissions is a wake-up call for agencies...

We can’t make social media work either

I could totally relate to your Editor's Blog Social Media on Trial as we have...

Face to face

Dirk Bochar, European Federation of Engineers

Dirk Bochar, European Federation of Engineers

January 2019

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Location of the month


For such a small destination, Singapore stays ahead of the game in many different fields in the region, including international business events. Angela Antrobus reports......