Jim Chatwin head chef at the Royal College of Physicians’ Liverpool event venue, Spaces at The SpineFebruary 2, 2023'Mindsets are changing on meat': How event food is shaping up in 2023Chef Jim Chetwin on event food trends for 2023 and why meat is no longer king...Adelaide, South AustraliaJanuary 13, 2023Major conference win ‘recognises Australia’s energy transition’Adelaide wins bid to host biennial renewable energy conference in 2024Climate Change - ShawnaJanuary 3, 2023Facing up to the climate challengeSustainability and climate scientist professor Kimberly Nicholas sums up the climate challenge concisely, stressing: “It’s warming. It’s us. We’re sure. It’s bad. We can fix it.” But what role do associations play? How is it us? And how can we fix it?KLCC Petronas TowersDecember 19, 2022Malaysia: convention centre aiming to become 'sustainability hub' in 2023Following a successful year of hosting 1,350 meetings, the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC) is turning its attention to becoming a sustainability hub.hand holding sparklerDecember 16, 2022End of Year Review - 2022: another turbulent year for meeting plannersAMI editor James Lancaster casts his eye over another turbulent year for meeting professionals…Woman wearing VR headsetDecember 12, 2022Social activism wellness and VR to drive meeting trends in 2023 says CventSocial activism, wellness and virtual reality are among the seven trends that are set to shape the sector in 2023, according to Cvent.Alex Wyatt from August Robotics together with Lionel the robot and Natalie Sykes Sustainability Manager at ExCeLNovember 22, 2022Lionel the floor-marking robot makes UK debut at Event Tech LiveA robot called that marks out exhibition space and eliminates the need for single-use carpet was used in the UK for the first timeThe Technology and Innovation Centre at the University of Strathclyde in GlasgowNovember 16, 2022How a healthcare association made its RfP more sustainableThe Guidelines International Network went through the GDS-Index to source a responsible city and venueGothenburg SwedenNovember 9, 2022Gothenburg takes GDS Index top spot for sixth timeGothenburg has been named the world's most sustainable city for events for a sixth year running as Scandinavian destinations once again dominated the Global Destination Sustainability (GDS) Index.Marta ComesNovember 8, 2022Sense of purpose grips ICCA Congress in KrakowThe association meetings industry is facing tough economic headwinds with a renewed sense of purpose - focusing on legacy, sustainability, and diversity, equity, and inclusion.Show More