Destinations

  • Seoul

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    In a short 60 years of the miracle on the Han River, Seoul finds itself in the middle of a global renaissance - a daring city made of dizzying heights and blinding lights with pockets of the past tucked into the folds of the cityscape. Home to some of the biggest MICE events over the years, Seoul has repeatedly made its mark on the world stage with unparalleled state-of-the-art facilities and a unique approach of mixing work with play! Seoul will leave you wanting more! Join us as we escape to Seoul in the latest edition of our HQ supplement.
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  • Brisbane

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    With unprecedented levels of international visitation and infrastructure investment, Brisbane is flourishing as Australia’s New World City. As a premier business events destination, the city has many advantages. The Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre holds the title of “best in the world”, and the Brisbane Airport is consistently awarded for excellence on the international stage.
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  • Japan, HQ March edition

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    As one of the leading destinations for hosting international association meetings, Japan last year designed a new brand aiming at strengthening country as a whole as an attractive destination for business events of all kinds and format. In doing so, Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO) wants to prove Japan is a location association planners can’t do without.
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  • Sri Lanka

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    “An emerald teardrop or raindrop”: this is nicest nickname ever given to what used to be Ceylon but what today is called Sri Lanka. Today Sri Lanka is well on course to becoming a first-class meetings destination and Headquarters explains why.
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  • Sydney

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    Whatever you want to call it – a renaissance, a renovation, a rejuvenation – the buzzing Australian destination is designing its future, with a constant focus on innovation and major infrastructure developments underway, starting with the brand-new International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney) opening in December — giving planners all the more reason to consider meeting in Sydney. Rémi Dévé reports.
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  • Dubai - A Knowledge Hub

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    Sometimes it takes looking at the past to see where you’ll go in the future. For Dubai, half a century brought change that transformed a tiny fishing village into one of the leading cities across the globe for both business and tourism.
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  • Japan

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    Everybody knows about Japan’s unique culture, unbeatable hospitality and world-class infrastructure. It’s this combination that makes it such a popular destination among international association planners and delegates. But let’s not forget what makes Japan too: this unique mix of rich traditions and world-renowned scientific developments. Because in Japan, it seems, new ideas start on a daily basis.
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  • Brussels

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    For the third consecutive year, Brussels was ranked Europe’s #1 destination for congresses and meetings according to the statistics of the Union of International Associations. Planners choose Europe’s capital city for a number of reasons, starting with its outstanding infrastructure, facilities and services.
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  • Malta

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    With the ability to transform almost any historic site into a stunning venue, it's no surprise Malta is capitalizing on its culture and emerging as one of the top new meeting destinations in the Mediterranean.
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  • Istanbul

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    The largest city in Turkey, Istanbul constitutes the country's economic, cultural, and historical heart, with its commercial and historical centre lying on the European side and about a third of its population living on the Asian side of Eurasia.
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