Taiwan’s Record for Innovation Attracts International Conferences

Year after year Taiwan proves its value both to expats who voted the island as the best place to live and to meeting planners who recognise its value when hosting international conferences.

Mentoring: Low Tech, High Return

Giuseppe Marletta joined the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) in February this year. As a member of Boardroom Advisory Board, we have asked him to contribute a column on his experience as he goes about his new role. This is Giuseppe’s second contribution.

How to Appeal to the Next Generation

With Millennials entering the market, it is crucial for scientific associations to involve young physicians and facilitate an easy handover. Associations have to think about younger generations increasingly and to take action in a way that will deliver value to them.

Geneva: Switzerland’s Space Centre

This September, around 2,000 participants are anticipated to attend the European Science Planetary Congress, hosted at the Centre International de Conférences de Genève (CICG). Boardroom caught up with Stéphane Udry, from the local organizing committee.

Holland Blooms with Expertise

Holland may be a compact in size as a conference destination, but it packs a punch when it comes to its knowledge infrastructure and congress capabilities. Its four largest cities Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague and Utrecht each possess their own pockets of expertise and innovation.