Conference Design

Back on the Map

7th June 2022
Strengthening its position as a distinctive and competitive destination for the business events industry, Azerbaijan has come back in full swing.
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Canada: Back in Business

27th May 2022
As the world eases into the “new normal”, destinations are ensuring that travelers can meet seamlessly and safely in person again. Canada, for instance, has recently changed border restrictions for fully vaccinated visitors and lifted pre-entry testing.
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Innovation Leadership Down Under

23rd May 2022
When most people think of Sydney, there are several things that immediately come to mind – its famous landmarks such as the Harbour Bridge and the Opera House, its sun-drenched beaches, and its laid-back lifestyle. But Sydney is also increasingly synonymous with knowledge and innovation.
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A Buzz Over Food for the Planet

18th May 2022
Food produce is not enough to cover the needs of our planet’s ever-increasing population. Scientists dive deep into research for innovative solutions which seem to come from nature itself. Always at the forefront of innovation, Québec City and the Centre des congrès de Québec will become part of the solution through the upcoming International Conference Insects to Feed the World (IFW).
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A New Convention Centre for Bruges

10th May 2022
If it needs no introduction as a tourist destination, Bruges might be lesser known as a business events destination. With the recent opening of the Bruges Meeting and Convention Centre, this is likely to change in the near future.
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When Stars Align

6th May 2022
For Business Events Sarawak (BESarawak), merely adapting is not enough; the primary goal is to support the hosting of conferences that will have a positive lasting impact on communities. This is fully backed up by governments, at local and national level.
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Lessons Learned from Sendai’s Hybrid 17th World Conference on Earthquake Engineering

19th January 2022
Overcoming many challenges, the 17th World Conference on Earthquake Engineering (17WCEE) was at last held on September 27, 2021 at Sendai International Center, a year after it was initially scheduled for. It ended successfully on October 2, with an extended online conference period from September 20 to December 24, leaving conference organizers with positive lessons for future events.
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Learn From the Old, Advance With the New

10th December 2021
More than before, convention centres are required to accommodate their clients’ needs of safety, quality, and flexibility. What better example of this than the new CCH – Congress Center Hamburg, which is already open and ready to showcase how it hosts its successful events.
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A Complete, Holistic Meeting Experience

7th December 2021
With an impressive mountain scenery including the world-famous Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau triumvirate as a backdrop, the Interlaken region has got quite a few assets up its sleeves Here – indeed – you can experience the whole of Switzerland in one place.
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To Hybrid or Not To Hybrid: That Is The Question

26th November 2021
If there is anything these unexpectedly challenging times have shown us is that, in our industry, we always have choices. Government restrictions in face-to-face events led to digital ones; but soon the need to meet in person again despite the difficulties led to the elaborate world of hybrid events. ESAE tried to shed light on the matter using – what else? – a hybrid event.
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Never at a Standstill

28th October 2021
Brussels is leading the way among major cities that create long-term value for its residents and visitors – proving it’s a destination of choice for European and international associations.
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