From MICE Biz

Green gathering
by MICE Biz

In an effort to promote green meetings, the St Regis Bangkok is offering various sustainable options for an additional cost of 300 bahts (HK$73) per delegate per day, valid until the end of this...

More space for conventions and events
by MICE Biz

Wuhan is set to become an emerging MICE destination in China with the opening of the InterContinental Wuhan Convention Centre this month. The centre is an integrated part of the 468-room...

Filling the gaps
by Vera Lye

MICE players within Australia that have traditionally depended on domestic markets attribute the fall-off in demand to stiff regional competition.

Building block
by MICE Biz

New Zealand has announced plans to develop an international convention centre in Auckland, aiming to boost tourism, create jobs and promote the country as a business events destination.

Stability and prosperity
by MICE Biz

The exhibition industry in Hong Kong remained stable last year, according to the annual survey conducted by the Hong Kong Exhibition and Convention Industry Association (HKECIA).

Sector sees continued growth
by Victoria Burrows

The outbound MICE segment from India has seen powerful delivery, with about 20 per cent year-on-year growth over the past five years. While indicators suggest that economic growth ahead for India...

Seoul rises as hub
by Prudence Lui

When the Seoul Convention Bureau was set up in 2008 under the Seoul Tourism Organisation, its mandate was to make the South Korean capital one of the top five MICE cites in Asia by 2015. That goal...

Strong contender
by Keith Chan

Singapore has reaffirmed its position as the top convention city in Asia, emerging as the only Asian location among the top 10 convention cities in the world in the International Congress and...

Regional growth
by Keith Chan

The meetings industry in Asia-Pacific is expected to rise in 2013, writes Keith Chan

Room for improvement
by Keith Chan

Hotels are continuously hatching new ideas, products and services to stay competitive and attract customers, writes Keith Chan