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by Keith Chan

To generate exposure for the hotel's opening in the third quarter of this year, the Sheraton Zhuhai Hotel invited 12 journalists from Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen and Hong Kong to an exclusive preview of the hotel.

Positive media exposure
by Keith Chan

A three-day, two-night team-building programme the executive team of the Sofitel Chongqing was held at the Songtsam Retreat at Shangri-La in Diqing, Yunnan province.

Communing with nature
by Keith Chan

This year will see growing demand for MICE events in the Asia-Pacific, particularly in China where some of the major MICE cities have upgraded their infrastructure.

Hi-tech Future
by Keith Chan

Do guests want extravagance or an extraordinary experience? It's a question hotels have been looking at closely, and they are shifting towards giving their guests a memorable time with personalised services, tailor-made entertainment performance...

Stays to Remember

MICE News

Hong Kong Marriott Hotels "4 Perks For Free"
by JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong

Marriot’s five hotels in Hong Kong are offering meeting organisers a “4 Perks for Free” summer corporate accommodation package. For booking with a minimum of 10 guestrooms, event organisers can choose 4 free benefits out of 10 options designed to...

Movers and Shakers

MGM Grand Sanya has promoted Mr. Steven Deng to Executive Assistant Manager (EAM) - Sales & Marketing
by MGM Grand Sanya

MGM Grand Sanya recently announced the promotion of Steven Deng to the position of Executive Assistant Manager (EAM) -Sales & Marketing.

Prin Pathanatham as Director of Sales & Marketing of Kempinski Hotel Haitang Bay Sanya
by Kempinski Hotel Haitang Bay Sanya

Kempinski Hotel Haitang Bay Sanya is delighted to announce the appointment of Prin Pathanatham as its new Director of Sales & Marketing.

SOFITEL GUANGZHOU SUNRICH APPOINTED MR. ANDREW MA  AS DIRECTOR OF SALES AND MARKETING
by Sofitel Guangzhou Sunrich

Sofitel Guangzhou Sunrich announced the appointment of Mr. Andrew Ma as Director of Sales & Marketing, effective March 16th, 2015. Andrew graduated from Centre International de Glion (Glion...

From MICE Biz

Stays to Remember
by Keith Chan

Do guests want extravagance or an extraordinary experience? It's a question hotels have been looking at closely, and they are shifting towards giving their guests a memorable time with...

Brighter Days
by Keith Chan

Performance of MICE business in Bali was mixed last year due to economic and political uncertainty, but hotels generally expect the growth momentum they have enjoyed since the Apec Summit in late...

Business Paradise
by Keith Chan

Sanya is upgrading its MICE infrastructure and offerings as the city's government sees the importance of the sector's contribution to the local economy, but there are also concerns about the...

Case Studies

Seoul at Peace
by Keith Chan

Around 6,000 Rotarians from 160 countries, many dressed in the traditional dress of their home countries, gathered in Seoul's City Hall Plaza for the three-kilometre Walk for Peace event on May 28...

Island Life
by Mukul Munish

Okinawa prefecture held the Okinawa MICE Contents Trade Show 2015, which aims to project Japan's southernmost island as the MICE destination for firms in Asia. Okinawa intends to promote the...

The Writes Stuff
by Michael Taylor

Travel bloggers and travel industry professionals from around the world were invited to attend Travel Bloggers Exchange (TBEX) Asia in Bangkok, Thailand, in October last year. It was the first...

What Experts Say

Interview with John O'Sullivan
by Keith Chan

John O'Sullivan, managing director of Tourism Australia, discusses with Keith Chan some of the major attractions that Australia has to offer as a MICE destination, and various initiatives to...

Trends in Asia's Incentive Sector
by Keith Chan

In this interview with Keith Chan, David Sand shares his views on the status of incentive travel, and its trends in Asia, particularly in China.

Averting potential disaster
by Josephine Bond

With any large event comes the potential for disaster, and Hong Kong's event organisers, planners and venue providers are no strangers to crises.