Micenet magazine

Australia / NZ
  1. Hong Kong locals and visitors alike are squealing in anticipation of next month’s Chinese New Year celebrations, which will light up the city to usher in the year of the pig. Activities on offer will include shopping at flower markets with seasonal blooms, exploring Lantau Island via cable car and, most importantly, marvelling at the Cathay Pacific International Chinese New Year Night Parade, a signature event set to take place on February 5.
  2. This week saw Essence Apartments and Suites Taringa, the nation’s first hotel located in the same building as a hospital, open its doors in Brisbane. The $65 million development encompasses 63 luxuriously-appointed studios, one and two bedroom suites, an exclusive guest lounge overlooking the city and state-of-the-art conferencing facilities. Each of the hotel’s rooms feature kitchenettes, Smart TVs, Foxtel and Wi-Fi, and some are fitted with sofa lounges.  The hotel is situated above Westside Private Hospital.
  3. Hawaii, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Fiji, the UK and the USA are the locations which have already signed up to this year’s Get Global event, set to take place at the ICC Sydney on July 26. Last year’s successful outing saw 94 per cent of buyers say that they intend to do business with the exhibitors they met within the next twelve months, and 90 per cent of exhibitors said they would exhibit at Get Global again.
  4. EVOLVE 2019, which will take place at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre between March 31 and April 2, is set to feature eight tracks with a slew of expert speakers who will discuss how events professionals can improve their event delivery, businesses, sales techniques and careers. The scheduled tracks are as follows: TECH TALKS TRACK Partakers will learn about the latest advances in event technology. AI, VR and all that is new in technology, staging and production and how it is used to heighten […]

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  5. ‘Reframe Impossible’ is the theme of Make a Wish’s upcoming speaking event, which will take place on February 15, 2019 at The Deakin Edge in Melbourne. A score of inspirational speakers are set to share insights on how we can all take small steps to engender big changes, including Game of Inches author Nigel Collin, National Patron of the Make a Wish Foundation Robyn Moore and former CEO of Melbourne Football Club Cameron Schwab.
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