Read more about Sarawak's characteristics as a must-visit MICE destination, how they overcame the downturn in event gatherings during and after COVID-19 and what steps they have taken for the post-pandemic resumption of events.
Discover in this guidebook updates on Sarawak's accommodation and meeting spaces, legacy standards, the region's industrial ID and sustainability measures.
Singapore’s astonishing breakthrough tells the story of a once sleepy fishing village that has defied the odds to become a world-class metropolis at the forefront of the MICE industry.
With its innovative business environment and vibrant multinational culture, Singapore stands out as a leading Global-Asia node for MICE and business, drawing on an extensive network of human capital, suppliers, innovation, technology and ideas to host world-class business events.
Singapore’s collective efforts to maintain its position as one of the safest cities in the world reveal a firm commitment to cyber-security, social stability, health, modern infrastructure and personal safety. Over the decades, the country has earned a global reputation for delivering high-quality events and for generating meaningful conversations.
Guarantees that allow event organisers and planners to focus solely on the success of their event with peace of mind.
Discover in this guidebook updates on Singapore accommodation and meeting spaces, hybrid platforms, the city's industrial ID and sustainability tips.
Throughout the pandemic, the city of Seoul remained active and committed to supporting its local industry partners and overall environment. The South Korean capital has flourished over the years as an East Asian cultural reference with first-class architecture, renowned museums and an influential art scene making it a model for many international cities.
Seoul Convention Bureau (SCB) has stepped up to the plate with a wide range of resources aimed at offering comprehensive assistance to events hosted in the Korean capital, from cross-cutting event platforms to cutting-edge team building programmes.
SCB together with the Seoul MICE Alliance also presents in this supplement its revamped version of PLUS SEOUL 2022, a customised business event experience that aims to bring greater satisfaction and fulfilment to event organisers.
Discover in this guidebook updates on Seoul accommodation, alternative hybrid platforms, the city's industrial ID and wellness and health recommendations.
To cope with these transformations, MEET TAIWAN has launched a new project in order to reform Taiwan's MICE industry. The prefix "re", meaning to come back or again, is the highlight of MEET TAIWAN's new programme - Re-Fresh Taiwan - representing a fresh start for a new ecosystem of local events on an international scale.
Together with increased vaccination rates, these measures demonstrate Taiwan’s resilience an commitment which has enabled people to quickly return to their normal live with safety and business to prosper again.
Discover the green strategy, the support programs, and the various regions and destinations of this island nation, in this special supplement prepared by HQ.
Innovation, science and technology are driving Australia's future and shaping the next generation of events.
Used to being seen as peripheral by the rest of the world, the oceanian country is a top reference in research and development and is taking the lead on a more sustainable and secure path for the MICE industry.
Watch these innovations stories to find out how Australians are changing the world - from leading their fields to creating entirely new ones. And discover why there's nothing like Australia for business events.
Last February, on the occasion of AIME 2018, the Headquarters Magazine team travelled Down Under and had the opportunity to meet and network with many Asia Pacific destinations, venues and important players in the meetings industry.
Now, for IMEX 2018, Headquarters puts the spotlight on Asia Pacific and surrounding destinations. We tell our association readers more about Penang, Australia, Macao, Abu Dhabi, Sarawak, Japan, Russia and Hangzhou...
In the October edition 2017 of Headquarters Asia-Pacific: a portrait of the Federation of Asian Small Animal Veterinary Association (FASAVA), an exclusive interview on the Middle East Meetings Forum, the ASAE Annual Meeting & Exposition, the 5th UIA Association Round Table, associations going global, the BLTM (Business & Luxury Travel Mart) in India, as well as several destinations reports on the latest milestones in Asia Pacific…
In the July edition 2017 of Headquarters Asia-Pacific: a portrait of the Asia-Pacific Association of Technology and Society (APATAS), an exclusive interview with Amelia Roziman, the new head of Sarawak Convention Bureau, ICCA's and UIA's International Meetings Statistics Report, the Global Destination Sustainability Index, the Associations Forum, the Tripartite Economic Summit and much more…
In this first edition of 2017 of Headquarters Asia-Pacific: a portrait of the Asia-Pacific Association of Allergy, Asthma and Clinical Immunology (APAAACI), an exclusive interview with the co-founders of an Landry & Kling Global Cruise Events, an interview with Mr Prema Cooray, Chairman of the Sri Lanka Convention Bureau, an in-depth report on Australia, the latest developments of New Zealand and much more…
In this edition of Headquarters Asia-Pacific: a portrait of the Asia-Pacific Association of Threat Assessment Professionals (APATAP), Cultural differences in Association management, a report on New Zealand, the STARS of APFAO, the new Technology investment at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre and much more.
In this edition of Headquarters Asia-Pacific: a portrait of the Asia-Pacific Association of Communication Directors, the story behind our newly formed partnership with APFAO, an interview of TCEB's President, a Case Study of LNG18 and some reports on Adelaide, IAPCO and New Zealand.
In this issue: a profile of the Asia-Pacific Association for Fiduciary Studies, an interview with Dr Carolyn Lam, from Singapore, updates on Dubai and Thailand as association destinations... and more.
In this issue of HQ Asia Pacific: an extensive interview of Kazuko Toda, Director, Business Events Team, Tokyo Convention & Visitors Bureau, UIA's views on change for associations, a profile of theAsia Pacific Career Development Association (APCDA), updates on Sapporo, Dubai, Shanghai and more.
In this issue of HQ Asia-Pacific: a look back at the French Meeting Hub, a portrait of the Asia-Pacific Association for International Education (APAIE), a report on PCMA’s Global Professionals conference GloPro Asia Pacific, an interview of Lyn Lewis-Smith, CEO of Business Events Sydney... and much more.
In this issue: a portrait of the the Consumer Goods Forum (CGF), a focus on the latest ICCA statistics, an in-depth interview with Nikki Walker, from MCI, the UIA's thoughts on New Membership Models for Associations, and updates on destinations included Macao, Zurich, Switzerland and Adelaide, Australia.
In this issue of HQ Asia-Pacific: a focus on the Asian Pacific Society of Respirology (APSR), the UIA Association Round Tables, an interview of Jeannie Lim, of the Singapore Exhibition & Convention Bureau, and some destination updates on Daejeon, Korea, Hyderabad, India, PICC, Malaysia, Berlin, Germany and Adelaide, Australia.
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