Conference Design

Meeting Postcards from Japan

17th February 2021
As you would expect, the Japan Convention Bureau, under the umbrella of the Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO), went all online for their yearly event targeted at meeting planners, Meet Japan. On this occasion, Boardroom notably learned all about the 18th World Congress on Lung Cancer (WCLC) which took place in October 2017 in Yokohama and took a virtual stroll in Osaka.
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A Global Reset in Singapore

9th February 2021
As the business events industry prepares for gradual recovery, some destinations move faster than others. Singapore, which has been known for its forward-looking and strategic positioning for some years now, seems to be ahead of the game.
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A TV Show Featuring Winds of Change

8th January 2021
Associations can't even start counting all the webinars they have had to follow in the past year. Several conferences tried keeping the same format moving hastily to an online equivalent in the face of a cancellation, but not always successfully. WindEurope decided to try their luck using an alternative model.
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Punching Above its Weight… And Rightly So

3rd December 2020
In October, a very special invitation arrived in our email inbox: the Slovenian Convention Bureau, together with Ljubljana Convention Bureau – a part of Ljubljana Tourism – was hosting a famil designed to show that the city was open to meetings of all kinds and formats – a very special message that was written on the masks that we, of course, had to wear at all times…
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An Event With A Purpose – MTL Reunion

19th November 2020
Is your association all caught up with everything technology has to offer for your next meeting? Are you perhaps the kind of association that pays more attention in what a destination itself has to offer, even at times of the pandemic?
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Driving the Discussion on the Future of Health

18th November 2020
In October, the 16th World Congress on Public Health (WCPH2020)—initially planned to take place in Rome—went virtual for a five-day event focusing around a key theme crucial to tackling the current pandemic: collaborating in the global public health community.
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Welcome to the Phygital World

12th November 2020
Franco Viviani, former President of the International Council for Physical Activity and Fitness Research, reflects on the rise of the phygital, which is supposed to bring the best of both worlds – but at what costs?
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Events Made Safer: The Model To Follow

9th November 2020
Faced by the pandemic, the meetings industry demonstrated once more its readiness to face any challenge as destinations started taking control of the issue at hand. Belgium’s region Flanders had a big part in the solution.
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Looking to the Future in Bern

31st August 2020
Combining a medieval city centre together with some visionary architecture, Bern has also been attracting the attention of European and international associations for some time.
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More Than Back to Business: Up for New Challenges

16th July 2020
Eager to get back in the conference room and pass constructive knowledge around, for associations it is not about when their next event will take place anymore but about how safe the destination is and how valuable the impact of their event will be for the communities involved. Business Events Sarawak (BESarawak) covers all the bases as the state opens for business post-virus.
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