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/ Penang conference a good learning platform, say business events players
INDUSTRY players looking to enter the growing business events industry, or MICE (meetings, incentives, conventions and exhibitions) market, need a good education platform in Malaysia to converge, learn and share knowledge.
/ Time for Penang to pick hi-end visitors over mass tourism
INTERNATIONAL events organisers have said that Penang must begin prioritising targeted and high-end tourism over mass tourism, which could potentially lead to the destruction of its heritage and identity.
/ Sharpening Penang’s competitive edge in business events
INSIGHTS, ideas, inspiration – these are the key outcomes that the Penang Convention and Exhibition Bureau (PCEB) hopes to achieve at the second edition of BE @ Penang, a knowledge-sharing conference focused on elevating Penang’s profile and capabilities in the business events sector.
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/ Penang set to break past RM1 billion mark in business events
PENANG is set to breach the RM1 billion mark in business events this year, within two years of setting up the Penang Convention and Exhibition Bureau (PCEB).
/ 檳今年逾千会展 收益有望破10亿
/ Penang eyes the world as its business events industry grows
PENANG is aiming to host more international business events, as MICE (meetings, incentives, conventions and exhibitions) industry players step up their game.
/ Penang gears up for second industry conference
Penang Convention & Exhibition Bureau (PCEB) is organising its second edition of the business events industry engagement conference BE @ Penang. Running under the banner 'Be Empowered', the conference takes place on 7-8 December at the Setia SPICE Convention Centre in Penang, Malaysia.
/ Empowering Penang's MICE Industry
More than just building the expanding industry, the Penang Convention & Exhibition Bureau works hard at engaging business events players in the state.
/ A city hungry for success
Penang may have only emerged on the association meetings radar recently but it is already making a mark for herself, discovers S Puvaneswary