Research by Capita Travel & Events suggests many organisations are still failing to limit the impact of regular travel on employee health.
The Asia Oceania ORL-HNS Congress will return to Australia for the first time in 40 years, attracting 1,500 clinicians and surgeons.
The International Live Events Association welcomes a new leadership team and sets out goals for 2019-20.
International robotics and automation congress will come to the UK in 2023, welcoming 4,000 AI experts.
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Ashfield Meetings & Events says investment in creative teams has fuelled impressive end of year profits.
The Event and Visual Communication Association announces the latest additions to its board and introduces a new CEO.
The Smith Centre is a new venue on the ground floor of the Science Museum with four rooms for hire.
The most prestigious awards night in the MICE industry calendar will return to London Hilton Park Lane on Friday 20 September.
Huge penalty imposed for data hack described as 'severe but probably the right thing to do' by event agency CEO.
Analysis reveals countries that have the world's most advanced train infrastructure with speeds up to 217mph.
Fran Elliott joins from Momentum Worldwide to head up a team encompassing several production elements.
Former BCD M&E executives join forces to launch new venue-sourcing and events agency, based in London's Holland Park.
Change to Business Travel Association announced at conference in Noordwijk and is intended to highlight a broader strategy.
Day one of GTMC Overseas Conference in Noordwijk looks at sustainability, Brexit and the economy.
500 experts to meet in March 2021 at the paediatric health symposium in the Asia Pacific host city.
Prime Minister announces the UK's first ever tourism sector deal, which will use data to better understand overseas visitors.
C&IT to go global after growth in local market and expanding its reach in the USA and Asia.
Former vice president of sales from Tourism Montreal joins MCI Group's team in Canada.
The World Petroleum Council of Canada and Meetings Conventions Calgary (MCC) announces Calgary as host city for its 24th Congress.
New venue in Milton Keynes has a central auditorium, boardroom and mezzanine area, with capacity for 450 people.
The deadline to enter the C&IT Awards is 11.59pm on Thursday 27 June, so get your submissions in.
Research commissioned by Visit Britain finds MICE sector in good health, with the number of meetings at venues also rising.
London's Congress Centre hosted an industry gathering featuring panel debates, networking and virtual reality.
Agency will manage creative programming of day in September and provide full event management support.
With expansion into events, sharing economy businesses should be regulated in same way as rest of travel industry, says UKinbound.
This year's awards in partnership with Business Events Australia will return to the Hilton on Park Lane.
David Di Feliciantonio moves from Flight Centre to a new role with CTM Europe managing business growth and development.
Country and city rankings by estimated total number of participants published in ICCA's latest statistics report.
International Live Events Association appoints new RVP for EMEA who will work with regional chapters.
We talk to Aaron Johnson-Waters, Senior Head Chef at The Vox Conference Venue in Birmingham, on his passion for innovation and how quality food service delivery is vital in maintaining the venue's premium offering.
Driving innovation is a key theme for many business events and conferences, and brands looking for a destination with an open-minded and entrepreneurial spirit to amplify that message should head to The Hague.
The hospitality industry has a huge impact on global communities and the environment. From large scale food waste to lighting and heating hundreds of rooms, hotels must do their part to reduce the harm on the planet.
The Leonardo Royal Hotel Amsterdam is leading the conversation in contemporary events.
Accessibility, good value for money, excellent service, top-notch hotels and venues, history and culture and quality food are all key factors for event planners when deciding on where to host their event. And Dublin is a destination that ticks not just one or two, but all of those boxes and more.
Sparq, a technical event production specialist, looks at how the 'traditional' conference format is being turned on its head.
Crisis planning, sustainability, wellbeing and inclusion can cause difficulties for event organisers. So is it possible to host a truly ethical event?
With a warm, sunny climate, stunning backdrops, a rich history and culture, fine gastronomy and activities aplenty, Malta can cater to events of all types.
Located just one hour from Barcelona, PortAventura Business & Events offers spaces to hold anything from 10 to 4000 guests.
Whether you want to visit the newly opened Louvre Abu Dhabi or explore the traditional souks, the cultural capital of the UAE is fast becoming the place to be with all year round events and activities making it the perfect place for MICE planners.
The Langham welcomed corporate, agency and association event planners to discuss issues such as crisis management, sustainability, wellbeing, inclusion and harassment in partnership with Ottawa Tourism and the Shaw Centre.
Located in the heart of Tel Aviv, Israel's largest and most technologically-advanced convention centre offers endless possibilities for event planners.
Nestled in the heart of Singapore's bustling Marina Bay, Pan Pacific Singapore offers 790 rooms and suites, 25 state-of-the-art meeting rooms and seven restaurants and bars.
For corporates looking for something unique for their next event, one of Butlin's three UK resorts could be just the place.