Some Advice from Taiwan

22nd April 2020

Due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, meetings planners are facing increasing challenges in terms of how to deliver good event experiences to participants. Things are changing fast, and Taiwan is here to help with a couple of tips.

Re-design content: Power of technology

Many events have been forced to postpone or cancel. Some planners need to come up with new ideas to re-design their events so they can still have visitors. Currently, many people are working from home, and thanks to the power of technology, it is time for organizers to maximize the potential of their events!

Technology can not only be applied to events, it can also assist government with solving problems. For instance, in Taiwan, a smart device app was developed to help people easily locate and buy medical masks in their neighborhoods. In addition, by combining big data with the use of each patient’s National Health Insurance ID card, doctors can track travel history and make more precise diagnoses.

Re-choose venue: Greener is better

The novel coronavirus has given us a chance and more time to ponder the relationship between the environment and humans. Although the global lockdown is causing an economic recession, with less air pollution, noise pollution, and such, nature is healing. So if there is a chance to re-choose a venue for your event, why not a greener one?

TaiNEX 2 opened in March 2019 and is the first exhibition hall in Taiwan to be certified with a Golden-Level Green Building Label. With no carpeting and a rainwater harvesting system, TaiNEX 2 is only a five-minute walk from the Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center metro station, encouraging visitors to take public transportation. Plus, it is also the first MICE venue in Taiwan to install a 5G network.

With the power of technology and green, Taiwan is always here to accompany and guide the world, plus assist MICE planners with delivering impactful event experiences.

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