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“The Future Now” for GES in The Hague

The Hague’s ethos of “doing good and doing business” has helped it secure the 9th edition of the Global Entrepreneurship Summit, under the theme “The Future Now”. Around 2,000 entrepreneurs, investors and other participants from all over the world are expected to attend the event at the World Forum this June. From AMI Intellectual Capitals…

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Stakeholders Disagree Over Legacy

There is widespread disagreement over what legacy means when it comes to international meetings, and no consistency in terms of how either associations or destinations approach the subject. So says a new study by various Danish convention bureaux, and meetings consultancy and Iceberg partner GainingEdge, released at IMEX in Frankfurt. From Association Meetings International…

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Corne Koch Elected BestCities Board Chair

Corne Koch, the head of the Cape Town and Western Cape Convention Bureau, a division of Wesgro, has been elected Board Chair of the BestCities Global Alliance. Koch made her first appearance in the new position at the BestCities media breakfast at IMEX Frankfurt, and takes over from Jeannie Lim of Singapore. From the Event…

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Alliance of Brain Cities Holds IMEX Breakfast

After IMEX 2019 opened in Frankfurt with EduMonday and Association Day (pictured), the Alliance of Brain Cities, a group of four Scandinavian destinations, held a breakfast for twenty international associations. Attendees at the meeting expressed enthusiastic support for choosing second-tier cities for their events, and for destination transparency and sustainability. From Meetings International…

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Healthcare Profs Need Time for Events

Ashfield Meetings & Events has published The Science of Healthcare Congresses, a white paper, which discusses decisions made about meeting attendance. Lack of time was by far the biggest reason healthcare professionals are not attending events. 95 percent of HCPs would consider attending more regional or localised meetings. From Meetings & Incentive Travel…

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China International Tea Expo Held in Hangzhou

Hangzhou has held the largest ever China International Tea Expo, a 70,000 square metre exhibition bringing together government delegations from 30 well-known tea plantations. The show was organised by Shenzhen HJC Industrial Group, and co-hosted by the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs of China and the People’s Government of Zhejiang Province. From AMI Intellectual Capitals…

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Event Photography Awards 2019 Held

Stunning imagery from the Event Photography Awards 2019 has been admired and celebrated in London’s Mayfair. In its sixth year, the EPA’s sold-out event hosted 250 guests, who got to view nearly a hundred photographs shortlisted across twelve categories at the Royal Aeronautical Society. Article includes picture gallery link. From Meetings & Incentive Travel…

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ESTRO Plans Glasgow Legacy for 2023

Glasgow has been selected to host the ESTRO (European Society for Radiotherapy and Oncology) Annual Congress in 2023. The event will take place at the Scottish Event Campus. The choice was based both on the logistical capacity to host Europe’s largest meeting in the field, plus the creation of a local engagement project. From Boardroom…

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Copenhagen Engages for ESTRO in 2022

ESTRO, the European Society for Radiotherapy and Oncology, has chosen Copenhagen for its 2022 Annual Meeting. The Congress will run over five days at the Bella Centre Copenhagen and draw in around 6.000 participants to the city. ESTRO said it was attracted by the legacy potential of the Danish capital’s two-stringed engagement project. From Boardroom…

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Paris Leads 2018 ICCA City Rankings

Paris has returned to the top of the ICCA City Rankings in emphatic style, hosting 40 meetings more than second place Vienna as well as knocking Barcelona off the lead. The French capital hosted 212 rotating international association meetings in 2018, up by 22, and was last lead city in 2016. From Association Meetings International…

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ICWES18 to Address STEM Gender Bias

The University of Warwick has won a bid to plan, organise and host the 18th International Conference of Women Engineers and Scientists in 2020. Held every three years, ICWES is the world’s largest symposium for women scientists and engineers and will attract to the college about 500 international delegates. From Association Meetings International…

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ICC Birmingham Wins Medical Congresses

Birmingham’s strengths in medicine have been confirmed with the city’s ICC securing five sector association congresses in just three weeks. The venue also posted growth of 25 percent for the fiscal year across all association and corporate clients. Greater Birmingham is positioning itself as a life sciences knowledge hub. From AMI Intellectual Capitals…

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