EIBTM: Copenhagen's Three Pillars for MICE Development

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EIBTM: Copenhagen's Three Pillars for MICE Development  
At last week’s EIBTM conference and trade show in Barcelona, Spain, IMR caught up with Ulrika Mårtensson, Head of Communications - meetings & conventions at the Convention Bureau to talk about the award and Wonderful Copenhagen's initiatives.
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Top Suites: President Obama Stays at Myanmar's Kempinski Hotel Nay Pyi Taw  
President Obama is the first head of state to stay in the Grand Royal Suite at the Kempinski Hotel Nay Pyi Taw in Myanmar.
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Event Tech: Azavista Shares Predictions for Next Year  
At the EIBTM conference held in Barcelona last week, Cassandra Michael, sales and marketing manager at corporate event technology company Azavista, gave a presentation about the company's predictions for the future of events and event tech.
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Billionaire Plans to Build World's Largest Resort in Cairns; Project Hits Snags  
A Hong Kong billionaire has put on hold plans to buy a casino in Cairns, Australia, and build a multibillion-dollar resort nearby amid regulatory delays, reports The Age. Tony Fung's Aquis Casino Acquisitions has offered about $217 million to take over Reef Casino Trust, which owns the Reef Hotel Casino complex in Cairns.
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Qatar Hotel Development Progresses Amid World Cup Controversy  
The 2018 World Cup and 2022 World Cup will be held in Russia and Qatar, respectively, not to the liking of many who have publicly criticized FIFA for its handling of the investigation into corruption over the bidding process for both competitions. Amid the allegations, Qatar, for one, is still ramping up hotel development ahead of the games.
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