Tech Buzz: Top Event Tech Predictions for 2015

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Top Event Tech Predictions for 2015  
As 2014 wound down, event app company QuickMobile released its second annual predictions white paper, focusing on how mobile technology will affect meetings and events in 2015.
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UK: Bournemouth to Get Congresses Worth £50m in 2015  
A host of major events, including the Liberal Democrats' autumn conference, are headed to the Bournemouth International Centre in 2015.
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Portugal: Escape2Oporto--A New DMC in the Market  
Created in May, this new DMC intends to establish itself as a reference in the area of Porto and Northern Portugal.
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South East Europe: Trade Show Marketing Brings Contacts and Contracts  
Today, 93 percent of marketers use various content marketing tools, with 44 percent having a carefully worked out strategy.
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Sub-Saharan Africa: Planning Your Event in Africa – An A-Z Guide (Part 1)  
Whether or not you’re speaking to the experts, there are a few basic things that everyone needs to know before planning their event on the African continent.
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Middle East: UAE and Turkey Make it into ICCA Top 50  
The UAE and Turkey feature in the top 50 countries for volume of association meetings, the International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA) 2013 Statistics Report has revealed.
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Asia: Daegu Flexes Manufacturing and High-Tech Prowess in Exhibitions  
Banking on its traditional strengths in mechanics and robotics, the South Korean city of Daegu welcomed a series of industrial exhibitions and a forum last month.
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Australia: Tourism to Grow as Market Changes  
Australia’s total tourism market is expected to be grow over the next five years, as international travelers take advantage of the weakening dollar to visit.
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Americas: New Medical Meetings Database Debuts  
A recently launched search-based Web site from startup eMedEvents wants to make it as easy for docs and other healthcare professionals to find the meetings—and the continuing medical education credits they need—as Orbitz or Travelocity have made it to find flights.
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Americas: A Common Ground for Cultural Understanding  
The SITE Global Conference 2014 gathered 210 attendees from nearly 40 countries comprised of a diverse group of incentive travel professionals.
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Americas: ICCA's Over-the-Top Tweets  
Not only did more than half (70 percent) of ICCA participants tweet before, during, and after the ICCA Congress in Antalya, Turkey, but that the majority of those who did said it made for a better experience.
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