Search The Iceberg

Search & Filter

  • Sort By

  • Category

  • Host Destination

  • Sector

Found 1030 Results

Viewing all Results

5 June 2024

Global Exhibitions Day 2024

The ninth edition of Global Exhibitions Day (GED) will be held under the theme “Exhibitions are catalysts to sustainable futures”. Celebrated annually on the first Wednesday of June, all interested in increasing the visibility of the exhibitions industry regionally and on a global scale are invited to participate. The GED 2024 theme reinforces the role…

Read More

UFI Global Exhibition Barometer 32nd Edition (January 2024)

UFI, the Global Association of the Exhibition Industry, has released the latest 32nd edition of its flagship Global Exhibition Barometer research which takes the pulse of the industry. The results highlight that in most markets around the world the exhibition industry fully recovered from the pandemic slump in 2023, with revenues reaching a comparable level…

Read More

Theme and Key Pillars Announced for GED 2024

From Exhibition World: The ninth edition of Global Exhibitions Day (GED), facilitated by UFI, the global association of the exhibition industry, will be held on 5 June 2024 under the theme ‘Exhibitions are catalysts to sustainable futures’. Celebrated annually on the first Wednesday of June, all interested in increasing the visibility of the exhibitions industry…

Read More

Creating Meaningful Events in Challenging Times

From GCB: Business events are truly multi-talented as platforms for the exchange of knowledge and for networking people. But as we face a multitude of global challenges and transformation processes, meetings, conferences and congresses also need to be readjusted. What solutions can business events offer in the context of climate change, pandemics, international conflicts or…

Read More

Convention Cities Index | Dec 2023 Interim Report

From Northstar Meetings Group: Nearly four years after the world shut down due to Covid and prognosticators declared a “new normal,” 2023 appears to have been a year where the meetings industry returned to something resembling the “old normal.” Hotel room-rate fluctuations have moderated since Northstar Meetings Group’s June 2023 Convention Cities Index. Airlines are…

Read More

Skift Presents This Year’s Megatrends

From Skift Meetings: For me, 2024 feels like a year on a precipice. So much of the world is in flux. From geopolitical unrest to the almost biblical levels of fires and floods and humanity’s rush into artificial intelligence – there’s a palpable sense of urgency. But in the travel industry, we’re lucky to work…

Read More

Time to Take Action on Women in Business Events Leadership

From BESydney: Business Events Sydney (BESydney) and the world’s largest association for business events strategists, PCMA, released the findings of a new global study into Advancing Women in Business Events in San Diego overnight. During 2023, the PCMA Foundation and Business Events Sydney (BESydney) set out to explore the pronounced gender gap in the global…

Read More

Advancing Women Leaders in the Business Events Industry

From PCMA: Although women make up approximately 70 percent of the global business event workforce, they are underrepresented in top-tier management positions, according to a research report, Advancing Women in Business Events, released jointly by the PCMA Foundation and Business Events Sydney (BESydney) on Monday at Convening Leaders 2024 in San Diego. Women leaders are…

Read More

UFI World Map Of Exhibition Venues (2023 Edition)

From UFI: Want to know about the global venue landscape, where to take your show, which countries /cities host the most exhibition space? For the first time, this edition of the report was prepared by jwc GmbH, in close cooperation with UFI. In line with UFI’s mission to provide vital data to the entire industry,…

Read More

Creating Socially Accountable Health Conferences

From Education for Health: Very little attention has been given to the social accountability of conferences, either in action or in scholarship, in particular, of scientific conferences. Concerns that have been raised include: (1) Local communities and regions suffer from ecological pressure caused by conferences, (2) There is limited value to the local community, (3)…

Read More

What Does the Future of the Events Industry Look Like?

From M&IT Magazine: 2024 is set to be a balancing act for event professionals as the sector engages with some of the “biggest conversations of our time” according to the IBTM World Trends Report 2024. The annual report addresses some of the biggest macro-economic, political, ecological, and next-generation technological issues affecting the meetings and events…

Read More

UK’s TBOE Launches 2023 Global Destination Report

From Conference & Meetings World: The Business of Events (TBOE), the independent advocacy group for the UK’s events sector, has launched the next edition of its Global Destination Report. Commenting on the report, Martin Fullard, associate director, The Business of Events, told Conference & Meeting’s World’s sister publication, Conference News, “This year’s Global Destination Report…

Read More