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Marina Bay Sands in Singapore was awarded the IMEX/GMIC (Green Meeting Industry Council) Green Supplier Award at the IMEX Gala Dinner on May 20.
Signing a new two-year partnership agreement, Professional Convention Management Association (PCMA) and Singapore Exhibition and Convention Bureau (SECB) renewed their commitment to further grow conference management education in Asia.
Over 50 meetings industry leaders, academics, research organizations and related resources met May 14-15 in Paris under the auspices of the Joint Meetings Industry Council (JMIC).
Trade Show Executive magazine announced its 2014 “Fastest 50” of the fastest growing tradeshows of 2014. Included were four clients of SPARGO, a provider of convention and tradeshow services.
On May 1, 1985, the state of Delaware notified Mike Yag that his application to incorporate Access TCA, Inc. had been approved.
The International Congress & Convention Association (ICCA) Association Database enables ICCA members – the main suppliers in the international meetings industry – to find potential association meetings business. The redesigned online version of the database provides simpler, smarter and faster…
Nimlok, a division of Orbus Exhibit & Display Group, celebrates its 45th anniversary building and supplying modular exhibits and display solutions.
Orbus Exhibit & Display Group, one of North America’s leading trade suppliers of display, exhibit and event solutions, was named as the Outsourcing Partner of the Year by the Allegra Marketing & Print Division of Alliance Franchise Brands Group.
International Association of Exhibitions and Event (IAEE) announced that it is now accepting entries for its 2015 Art of the Show Competition, which awards those who demonstrate excellence in the development of promotional and marketing materials for their exhibitions and…
Dimension Design, a producer of branded environments for the event and exhibit industry, announced the availability of Lumenex Backlit, a two-layer polyester fabric developed for light boxes.
It is fitting that only days after people around the globe came together for Earth Day (April 22), the world’s fair, Expo Milano 2015, opened in Milan, Italy with the theme, “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life.”
What rhymes with “heavenly” and has the power to inspire great change right here on planet earth in only one week? The answer is Sevenly – a small company with a big reach.
When companies begin, no matter how small and on how many “shoestrings” – if they begin in mother-in-law’s garage or basement family room – money and funding are in short supply.
I was at the Exhibitor show, standing at the bar talking to a couple of industry friends about why we come to this event, and what we – and our companies – get out of being here.
Sometimes, making environmentally conscientious business choices means shopping in your own back yard.
Even though there is some “recovery” in the air, so many resumes still come in for a single job opening that companies have trouble finding the best candidate.
That’s the question I kept asking last night as I was watching my favorite college basketball team struggle to win a game.
In our efforts to be kinder to the planet, it is nice to have some help in managing resources and keeping industry guidelines straight. That help exists in the form of technological tools designed to make us more efficiently green.
Here are a few ideas about one of the toughest parts of interviewing for a new position – the salary negotiation.
High-achieving meetings industry professionals from across the world were honored on May 20 at the 13th annual IMEX Gala Dinner at the Alte Oper, Frankfurt, with 15 awards handed out.
As an integral next step in the “Expansion and Futurization Project” for the Los Angeles Convention Center, the City of Los Angeles, led by the L.A. Department of Convention and Tourism Development and the Bureau of Engineering, spearheaded a design…
To be held by Texas Association of Convention & Visitors Bureaus (TACVB) and hosted by Woodlands Convention & Visitors Bureau, the TACVB 2015 Annual Conference will be an opportunity to connect with Texas convention and visitor professionals.
For the first time, Orange County Convention Center (OCCC) in Orlando will have the ability to serve edibles grown on property in an all-natural, chemical-free environment called Vision Gardens.
Tectonics Industries, LLC (Tectonics), a provider of solutions in the engineering, printing, fabrication and installation of graphic displays, announced May 7 the opening of a new facility in Las Vegas.
Metro Denver, dubbed the “Silicon Valley of Health & Wellness,” will be the host city for the Healthcare Convention & Exhibitors Association (HCEA) 2015 Annual Meeting at the Colorado Convention Center from June 20-23.
Scotland is turning its vision to the meetings and incentive industry with £7 billion ($8 billion USD) in 2015 towards the tourism industry, funding state-of-the-art technologies, enhancing hotels, venues, group activities, events and incentives.
The most innovative technology startups for the events sector were showcased at the Event Technology Startup Competition at IMEX in Frankfurt.
“How Do I Attract More Meetings and Events to My Destination?” was the engaging theme that drew more than 120 participants to the 13th IMEX Politicians Forum on May 19.
International Association of Exhibitions and Events (IAEE) congratulated this year’s recipient of the IAEE International Excellence Award.
MC2 expanded its Northeast division with seven new hires located in Chestnut Ridge, N.Y., Detroit, and Pen Argyl, Penn.
Group Delphi, an exhibit design and production house, announced the promotion of its Fort Wayne, Ind., general manager as the company’s chief financial officer.
The registration manager for Convention Data Services (CDS) has been honored and recognized as a recipient of the 2015 Cape & Plymouth Business 40 Under 40 Awards.
MG Design, an exhibit design firm, is pleased to promote a more than seven-year employee to senior account executive.
PG Exhibits, a provider of design and fabrication services, appointed a senior account executive to its headquarters in Denver, Colo.
Greater Madison Convention & Visitors Bureau (GMCVB) congratulates Deb Archer on 20 years of service as the president and CEO of the GMCVB.
Tradeshow Logic, an event solutions firm geared toward associations and show organizers, expanded its team to meet the needs of its fast-growing client base.
CEP Exhibit Productions, a producer of 3D environments, appointed its executive vice president and general manager to president.
Elaine Cohen, founder of Live Marketing, was honored May 13, 2015, by the Chicago Human Rhythm Project (CHRP) when the organization named a tap studio in her honor.