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Chinese businesses become traveller-centric Raini Hamdi, reporting at IT&CM China, Shanghai, April 17, 2014
THE centre of gravity for Chinese firms has shifted to employees, from management before, an evolution that is beneficial for meetings and incentives, according to industry members interviewed.
 

Cities vie for largest Chinese insurance professionals meeting Raini Hamdi, reporting from IT&CM China, Shanghai, April 17, 2014
A STRING of cities, among them Nanjing, Tianjin, Macau, Jeju, Melbourne and Dubai, have formed a beeline to bid for the world's largest meeting of Chinese finance and insurance professionals in 2015.
 

Better PCO standards needed in China Xinyi Liang-Pholsena, reporting ffrom IT&CM China, Shanghai, April 17, 2014
CHINA'S MICE industry stakeholders are urging the development of truly professional PCOs and adoption of international standards to boost the country's appeal as an associations meeting destination.
 

Spain, Portugal partner in promotions to China, South Korea David Ing, Madrid, April 17, 2014
SPAIN and Portugal will join hands for tourism promotions in the four key longhaul markets of China, South Korea, the US and Canada.
 

Peppers Retreats & Resorts opens first Asian hotel in Bali Sydney, April 17, 2014
PEPPERS Retreats & Resorts has added Asia to its portfolio with the rebranding of the former Sentosa Seminyak all-villa luxury resort in Bali.
 

Happy Easter from the TTG team Singapore, April 17, 2014
TTG Asia e-Daily will be taking a break tomorrow, April 18. Have a Good Friday and Blessed Easter!
 

China urged to work on ‘soft' aspects for incentives Xinyi Liang-Pholsena, reporting from IT&CM China, Shanghai, April 16, 2014
CHINA is gaining prominence as an incentive destination for global companies with its developed infrastructure, ample scenic landscapes and steeped history, but industry players in the country now need to play catch-up in the ‘soft' aspects to deliver a complete meaningful experience for overseas clients.
 

AACVB mulls stronger HQ set-up Raini Hamdi and Paige Lee Pei Qi, reporting from IT&CM China, Shanghai, April 16, 2014
NO decision has been made on the structure of the new Asian Association of Convention & Visitor Bureaus (AACVB) headquarters, a far more crucial aspect in growing the region's congress market than the decision to move the base from Macau to Bangkok.
 

Suzhou's Taihu steps into MICE terrain Xinyi Liang-Pholsena, reporting from IT&CM China, Shanghai, April 16, 2014
THE industrial powerhouse of Suzhou is keen to fortify its presence in the MICE market, with latest efforts zeroing in on Taihu, a scenic area that became one of China's national wetland parks in 2011.
 

Langham enters Dubai with first-ever resort Hong Kong, April 16, 2014
LANGHAM Hospitality Group yesterday announced an agreement with DAS Real Estate to manage a resort in Dubai located on the crescent of Palm Jumeirah.
 



 
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