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Jerusalem: “One Hub Nourishes the Other”

Building on a strong backbone of 17 academic institutions, Jerusalem has emerged as a hub for life science and biomedical companies. The holy city is today making groundbreaking achievements which attract the attention of associations around the globe, not least of which is playing a leading role across global research into cannabis. From Boardroom…

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Malaysia’s MITEC and China’s GICEC Partner

The Malaysia International Trade & Exhibition Centre and China’s Guangdong Tanzhou International Convention and Exhibition Center have together signed an exclusive collaborative partnership expected to increase cooperation and foster greater bilateral ties between the two trading nations. The centre-to-centre partnership is thought to be the first between the countries. From CIM News Magazine…

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CTICC Gets Ready for Audiology Meeting

The World Congress of Audiology is about to take place for the first time in Africa, attended by 800 delegates from the UK, Europe, USA and also Australia. The three-day event at CTICC is expected to make an economic impact of R15.3 million. Cape Town leads Africa in medical meetings, followed by Cairo and Kigali. From Meetpie.com…

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Queensland to Get New Convention Centre

Following its AU$100 million purchase of the Novotel Twin Waters Resort in Queensland last month, The Shakespeare Property Group has announced it will also build a new convention centre for the Sunshine Coast. The AU$8 million venue is slated to open in April 2019, and will offer four event spaces. From CIM News Magazine…

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Wales Business Events Conference Held

Wales Business Events has held its first The Business of Events Wales conference in Celtic Manor Resort, Newport, where the new ICC Wales (pictured) is under construction. The idea was to motivate the region’s industry to grow to an international scale. Prominent UK advocates were on hand to deliver the message. From Association Meetings International…

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Missing the Irony: Planning Brexit in the EU Funded ICC

The recent Conservative Party conference offered little clarity on the UK’s route forward to leaving the European Union. But did delegates also miss some irony? The event’s venue, Birmingham’s International Convention Centre, was partially funded by the EU with a donation of £50 million in 1991. Photo: Philip Pankhurst. From editor’s blog at Association Meetings International…

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Event Waste: Meetings’ Green Credentials Take Centre Stage

The meetings industry has a huge environmental impact, from the distance delegates fly, to the reams of paper printed and kilowatts of energy used. As green culture takes hold, events with environment-friendly certification already have a market advantage. As expectations rise, this will become a minimum requirement. Views include Iceberg partner IAPCO. From Skift…

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Convention Centres: The Legacy of Action on Homelessness

Most convention centres are publicly owned, so local laws are framed to allow community access. When it comes to the homeless this can present challenges. But being public institutions, venues can also play an active role in assisting the homeless. The International Association of Venue Managers offers nineteen amazing cases in point. From PCMA Convene…

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ITU Telecom World 2018: Developing Tech SMEs

The recent ITU Telecom World 2018 in Durban has bolstered South Africa’s initiatives in information and communications technology and tech-driven small and medium-sized enterprise development. The event, hosted by the Department of Telecommunications and Post of the Republic of South Africa, took place at Durban International Convention Centre. From AMI Intellectual Capitals…

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Yokohama First for Nuclear Science Event

The IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging Conference will be held in October 2021 at PACIFICO Yokohama North, which is scheduled to open in the spring of 2020. The first time this conference will be hosted in Japan, about 2,000 delegates are expected to attend with the majority coming from abroad. From Boardroom…

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Kuala Lumpur CC Sees New Event Boost

901 events were held at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre in the first eight months of this year, and 26 percent of them were new to the venue. Corporate meetings and banqueting recorded the biggest growth with a jump of 161 events, up 22 percent. An expansion of the centre will open next year. From CIM News Magazine…

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ICC La Paz Opens in Baja California Sur

The International Convention Center of La Paz has opened in the capital city of Baja California Sur, two hours north of Los Cabos on the Pacific Coast of Mexico. The 102,472 square foot venue is on the Sea of Cortez, with views of the water from a large reception-ready outdoor patio. From Meetings & Conventions…

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