MITEC launches new partnership with UBM Malaysia Asia

The Malaysia International Trade & Exhibition Centre (MITEC) has announced a new five-year agreement with UBM Malaysia. The Memorandum of Understanding which is established between UBM Malaysia and MITEC will see the venue hosting four of UBM’s events from 2019 to 2023, and a biennial event from 2019 to 2028. The signing ceremony took place in MITEC, and saw Gunther Beissel, CEO of MITEC, joined...

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AIME unveils new exhibitor packages, with pre-scheduled buyer appointments AsiaAustralasia

Asia Pacific Incentives and Meetings Event (AIME) has overhauled the way that exhibitors will take part in their upcoming show, running from 18-20 February 2019 in Melbourne. The new exhibitor packages include 32 pre-scheduled appointments with quality, vetted international and local buyers who want to bring their business to the Asia Pacific region. They include access to all social and networking events, and the pre-eminent...

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The ‘Olympics of professions’ comes to Budapest Europe

EuroSkills, described as the ‘Olympics of professions’, is coming to HUNGEXPO in Budapest on 26-28 September this year. The European Championship of young professionals will see nearly 100,000 visitors attending over three days. The event is held once every two years in one of the WorldSkills Europe member states. In Budapest, 600 competitors from 28 countries will try their skills in 37 trades before 500...

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Building bridges AsiaFeatures

  EW takes looks at the Greater Bay Area in Southeast Asia, with the help of the Hong Kong Exhibition and Convention Industry Association.   The Greater Bay Area initiative is a central government plan to integrate Hong Kong, Macau and nine Guangdong cities into an economic and technology hub. Together with the new infrastructure projects – the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge and the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong...

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