The evening offers a comprehensive summary of the diverse events that graced the state, showcasing their impact and outcomes.
The sector can play a significant role in promoting global sustainability and societal wellbeing, both within itself and among the industries it serves.
45 per cent of associations and not-for-profits are experiencing increased difficulty securing sponsorship for their conferences and events.
Thousands of conference participants have contributed to increased knowledge and competence in the city, resulting in higher tourism revenue.
A new collaboration committed to enhancing event hosting standards and elevating seamless Business Events experiences.
Events Professionals Admit to Feeling Increased Pressure from Our New Work-From-Home Culture, Experts Reveal
Almost four in five (79 per cent) of event professionals admit that they find their job roles more stressful today than before the pandemic.
A white paper will reveal that 63% of global association buyers are either very concerned or slightly concerned about the ethical implications.
Stockholm International Fairs To Be Sold and Demolished To Accommodate 2,500 Homes Starting Around 2030
The board of the City of Stockholm wants the city’s International Fair to be sold and demolished, to make way for a new housing area.
Believes that the insights can help legacy efforts gain traction and that they are transferable to associations and destinations across the world.
Eleventh Annual International Indigenous Tourism Conference Coming to Unceded Algonquin Anishinaabeg Territory
The ITAC-organised conference will host over 1,000 delegates over four days, in February 2024, using Ottawa’s award-winning Shaw Center.