Zurich Unveils New Convention Facilities

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Zurich, known as Switzerland’s “Smart Meeting City,” has recently unveiled several new and renovated facilities, which further expand the offerings of the city’s meetings infrastructure, which has the ability to host all kinds of events, from sustainable “green” meetings to hybrid format meetings to full-scale conventions. 

The Circle Convention Center, a new destination at the Zurich Airport, is now open. The brand-new convention center is just “a stone’s throw” from the airport terminal buildings and offers event space covering more than 54,000 square feet, which makes it well suited for hosting conventions, events and meetings, in addition to gala dinners, trade fairs and product launches. A total of 550 guestrooms and suites at the Hyatt Regency Zurich and Hyatt Place Zurich Airport The Circle can accommodate guests of large-scale events. Even the park has an infrastructure for outdoor events. Prepared for hybrid events, the convention center also offers a virtual TV studio with the latest technology.

Known for hosting smaller events, the foundation at the Arena Convention Expo (ACE) can now host large conventions. Thanks to a collaboration between the Hallenstadion, the largest covered event hall in Switzerland (more than 150,000 square feet), and its neighbour, the Messe Zurich, which offers seven halls spread over 323,000 square feet of space, this new expo space aims to provide clients with every service from a single source.

After four years of reconstruction, the Congress Center and Tonhalle Zurich is once again open for events. This is the first convention center in Switzerland where guests and event planners don’t have to think about their carbon dioxide footprint: The building itself, the catering concept and the center’s central location in the heart of the city by the lake (making it easily accessible by foot), make the implementation easy. And the centre will offset any surplus carbon impact.

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Raffles Launches ‘Hybrid’ Hotel Model in Cambodia

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October  1, 2021 –

Phnom Penh’s “Grande Dame” Raffles Hotel Le Royal has reopened its northern wing as an alternative state quarantine (ASQ) site for guests undertaking the mandated 14-day quarantine.

Among other significant changes, Café Monivong, in the hotel’s west wing, has now been replaced by Le Phnom 1929, an all-day dining venue inspired by the Parisian-style brasserie. It specializes in French and Western cuisine. Executive Chef Joel Wilkinson serves up French classics such as escargot, liver parfait, beef bourguignon, duck confit and onion soup, all paired with fine wines. Prime cuts of imported steaks, a melt-in-your-mouth beef or salmon tartare, and a seafood tower are also part of the menu. Comfort foods, Asian cuisine and vegetarian dishes are also on offer.

The menu at Le Phnom 1929 will be restricted to room service-only for ASQ guests, but the restaurant will be available to non-ASQ visitors who are to be hosted separately in the hotel’s Heritage Wing. Visitors arriving from abroad are offered a range of contactless in-room options at Raffles. The ASQ itinerary includes “virtual” classes for children, birthday parties, masterclasses such as cocktail-making, and family cinema evenings.

Raffles Hotel Le Royal’s Elephant Bar
Each room at Le Royal has a balcony overlooking tropical gardens and swimming pools. Visitors staying at the hotel as part of the ASQ program will be provided private airport transfers, a full-board dining experience, 24-hour medical services and PCR tests.

Good to know: The hotel underwent a one-year renovation in 2019; returning guests will notice brighter interiors, Segafredo coffee machines, USB charging stations, and Simmons pillow-top mattresses, among the new features. All bathrooms have been renovated with Italian tiling and rain showers, though some retain their claw-foot bathtubs. Bathroom amenities are now supplied by Sodashi, an Australian brand of high-performance skincare products.

The courtyard remains the centerpiece of the property, its two swimming pools surrounded by tropical gardens of frangipani, and shaded by giant century-old trees.

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LXR Hotels & Resorts Debuts in Kyoto, Japan

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October  1, 2021 – LXR Hotels & Resorts, one of Hilton’s three luxury brands, has debuted in Asia Pacific with the opening of Roku Kyoto. The hotel also represents Hilton’s inaugural property in Kyoto, Japan.

Located at the foot of the Takagamine mountains in northern Kyoto, Roku Kyoto is set within the 28-acre Shozan Resort Kyoto, which is home to Japanese gardens, historic architecture and teahouses. The hotel is within walking distance from Kinkaku-ji, “Golden Pavilion,” and other historic temples, including the Genkoan Temple and the Koetsuji Temple.

The grounds on which the hotel was built was an artisan colony where the classical Rinpa school of Japanese painting was founded around 400 years ago by Hon’ami Koetsu, a Japanese artist, calligrapher, poet, landscape designer and tea master, considered one of the most influential artists of the 17th century. Rinpa played a significant role in nurturing artists and craftsmen over the years. He had a strong influence on the development of traditional Japanese art and culture.

Paying homage to the Takagamine area’s history, which was also the source of water for washi papermaking, the hotel has been designed by the BLINK Design Group. The facets of traditional Japanese art are on display throughout the property—from exquisite lacquerware at the entrance, bamboo art pieces in the restaurant, ceramics artifacts in the spa, to karakami decorative paper in the guestrooms.

Peak Suite at ROKU KYOTO LXR Hotels & Resorts
The Peak Suite at Roku Kyoto (ROKU KYOTO LXR Hotels & Resorts)
Infusing traditional Kyoto design and modern Japanese aesthetic in earthy tones, the 114 guestrooms offer views of natural landscapes. The expansive Roku Suite offers views of the mountains along the Tenjin River, while the Takagamine mountains can be observed from the Peak Suite. While each of the Garden Deluxe rooms have a private onsen with a garden, the Poolside Deluxe rooms are located near the spa and provide direct access to the outdoor onsen thermal pool via a private terrace.

The Roku Spa offers a selection of therapies and treatments, including an original blend of aromatherapy oils infused with the essence of “Kitayama sugi,” a Japanese cedar tree native to the northern Kyoto area. Guests can relax in the hotel’s year-round natural onsen pool, work out in the 24-hour fitness center, or practice yoga or meditation on the lawn.

The French Restaurant Tenjin is named after the Tenjin river. Guests can tuck into dishes made from locally sourced seasonal ingredients. At the Chef’s Table within the restaurant, guests can witness the chefs at work as they present a seasonal course menu served with a special technique, inspired by the history and culture of the Rinpa school. At the bar, guests can sip on signature cocktails made with local ingredients or enjoy afternoon tea. Alternatively, guests can lounge at the “Engawa”, where they can listen to the sounds of the river by the indoor patio while enjoying the views.

The concierge team at the hotel will enable guests to experience the hidden treasures of Kyoto through various activities and services. Guests can opt for the Omuro 88 Temple Pilgrimage guided by a priest, create traditional ceramic art, learn “kintsugi”—the art of restoring pottery with gold, or try papermaking by hand with water sourced from the Tenjin River, as it had been done in the ninth century.

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Sunway Hotel Big Box to Debut in Southern Malaysia

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September 30, 2021 – Sunway Hospitality has announced the launch of its first hotel in southern Malaysia. The 284-room Sunway Hotel Big Box will debut in Johor on October 1. Located in Sunway City Iskandar Puteri, an 1,800-acre integrated township with residential, hospitality, retail, educational and medical elements, the hotel is surrounded by mangrove forests and is easily accessible via Senai International AirportPuteri Harbour International Ferry Terminal and the Coastal Highway Southern Link from Singapore, which is just three miles away.

Suitable for couples, families and corporate groups, the hotel offers eco-activities in over 1,800 acres of wild, green space, which includes cycling paths, hiking trails and other soon-to-be-revealed activities. Alternatively, ATV driving, go-karting, paintballing, indoor snowboarding and more can be enjoyed at X-Park, which is within walking distance of the hotel, and retail therapy is available at the Sunway Big Box Retail Park, an open-air mall which covers 500,000 square feet of space and offers numerous retail, F&B and entertainment outlets, including 13 large warehouse-style concept stores.

Guests can choose from five categories of accommodation, all of which are designed with contemporary interiors, complimentary Wi-Fi, smart flat-screen IPTV, mini fridges, coffee and tea-making facilities and sofa beds in select categories. Each hotel room will also provide reusable, sanitized and sealed stainless-steel bottles, with water dispensers on every floor, and guest bathrooms will have organic shampoo and bath gel in recyclable containers, reducing the need for single-use plastics and helping to eliminate non-degradable waste. In the lobby, a self-check-in kiosk will expedite the arrival process, while also reducing the hotel’s paper usage.

During the soft-opening phase later this year, guests will be able to book the 345-square-foot Deluxe King or Twin Rooms, which can host up to two adults and two children, or the 614-square-foot Family Suites, which have a separate living space, two bathrooms, a bedroom with a super king or twin beds, a sofa bed, capsule coffee machine and microwave.

Other amenities at the hotel include an outdoor pool and children’s pool, a 24-hour fitness center and a pool bar. The Pendas Café serves local and international cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner, with a 24-hour in-room dining menu, while a bridge offers direct connections to many additional F&B options at Sunway Big Box Retail Park.

For corporate travellers and event planners, Sunway Hotel Big Box has three flexible meeting rooms that can accommodate between 20 and 300 people, with an LED video wall and mobile 86-inch interactive touch screen Smart Panel.

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Korea Announces Plans to Host Yeosu World Island Exhibition in 2026

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Korea will debut a new international event – the Yeosu World Island Exhibition, to be held in 2026. The decision was announced on August 9th after the exhibition passed the screening process by the Ministry of Strategy and Finance.

Located in Korea’s island-filled south coast, the city of Yeosu is a scenic coastal retreat which served as the host city for the 2012 World Expo, attracting an estimated 7 million visitors from around the world. Since the expo, the city served as a popular incentive tourism destination, attracting large-scale incentive travel groups from Infinitus and Amway in 2014. The city is also in close proximity to Suncheon, home to the new UNESCO World Heritage, ‘Getbol, Korean Tidal Flats’.

The ‘2026 Yeosu World Island Exhibition’ will be held in Yeosu’s Dolsan Jinmo District from July 17 to August 16, 2026, under the theme ‘Connecting the Island, Sea and the Future’. The exhibition will feature eight permanent exhibition halls showcasing the future, culture and ecology of the island as well as special tours including the Yeondo Bridge Tour and Healing Island Tour.

The city of Yeosu anticipates more than 2 million visitors from 30 countries to attend the Yeosu World Island Exhibition, and the event is estimated to create over 6,000 jobs and create an economic ripple effect of more than 400 billion won. With official approval from the government, Jeollanam-do Province and Yeosu City will begin preparation for the exhibition at full speed, including content development, establishing organizing committees, and domestic and international promotion.

Kwon O-bong, Mayor of Yeosu City, stated, “The Yeosu World Island Exhibition is the world’s first festival for countries with islands to gather and share the history and culture of islands. We will use this opportunity to develop Yeosu into a world-class marine tourism resort city.”

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New Study on Healthcare Professional Preferences of Virtual Events, 2020 vs 2021

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September 29, 2021 –  Considering the effect that COVID-19 had on scientific meetings, Kenes Group reached out to past participants in 2020, to better understand how healthcare practitioners, feel about virtual events. The produced survey analysis gave truly global feedback on the pressing question of effective virtual conferences. In 2021, Kenes Group reached out again to HCPs to see if one year of virtual events has changed their opinions towards the format.  

Download the full white paper here: https://kenes-group.com/healthcare-professionals-on-virtual-events-21/

What is in the white paper: 

  • Decision making– what are the primary drivers beyond the participation at a virtual event. 
  • Value proposition– what are the right registration packages that suit HCPs best. 
  • Technical elements– what technical features can help HCPs learn better in a virtual setting. 
  • Session length– how session length preferences have changed since last year. 
  • Ideal virtual event– key points that will make a virtual conference a success, according to HCPs. 

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PURE Meetings and Events

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September 28, 2021 – The dates have been announced for PURE Meetings & Events which will take place in France in 2022. PURE is the only B2B meeting in France to be exclusively dedicated to the French companies, agencies and associations organizing events in Europe and internationally.

Pure International Meeting: March 10, 2022
Location: Paris-Pavilion Dauphine

Pure Meetings & Events is a high-end meeting between French buyers and international suppliers.

This one day workshop will gather – on a face-to-face, prescheduled and onsite appointments basis – a limited number of exhibitors

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Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre Granted “SafeBE” Certification

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The Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre has become Malaysia’s first venue to be granted the “Safe Business Events” (SafeBE) certification, a hygiene and safety label, by Bureau Veritas.

Initiated and supported by the Business Events Council Malaysia, the certification program gained collaboration from Malaysian Association of Convention & Exhibition Organisers & Suppliers and the Malaysia Convention & Exhibition Bureau to drive the venue certification process to create an end-to-end safe and secure event journey for organizers and participants alike. It recognizes a venue’s implementation of the government-endorsed Business Events Standard Operating Procedures and the team’s operational excellence in event management, food and hospitality service standards in the new norm.

The centre was assessed on its processes, facilities and people in order to be deemed worthy of accreditation. The assessment was based on correct implementation of equipment, tools, quality standards, team knowledge, training and expertise, in order to ensure the venue’s compliance with the assessors’ criteria and ability to operate safely in the new norm.

Alan Pryor, the venue’s general manager, said in a press release, “We want every step of the event organizer and visitor journey to instill trust and assurance in our venue, team and the destination. This is part of our broader strategy for business recovery and continuity, as well as our mission to increase public and business confidence in the international standards of venue operations in Malaysia. We highly recommend that other venues undertake this certification program to elevate the country’s attractive value proposition and profile as a safe destination for business events.”

Last year, the Malaysian Association of Hotel and Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents initiated a similar safety certification standard, the “Clean and Safe Malaysia” and “Travel Safe Malaysia: Hygiene Excellence and Safety Label,” respectively. With the business events industry also embarking on this path, Malaysia’s tourism and hospitality industry is set to welcome back event delegates and visitors safely.

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Global sports tourism expected to keep growing

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At a time when tourism begins to recover from the COVID-19 impact, the sport industry is set to become one of the main players in the next decade. The global sports tourism industry expects to grow an average of 16.1% a year between 2021 and 2030 according to a study by Allied Market Research, stating that this industry will generate approximately 1.5 trillion euros, five times more than in 2020.

The increase in GDP and its contribution to employment, the popularity of sports tourism to break the monotonous lifestyle, the introduction of apps for ticket sales, and the increase in spending capacity are driving the world market for sports tourism.

The study recognizes that the industry took a hit after the pandemic due to the cancellation of sports events and border closures, and predicts the market will recover in 2022 thanks to the mass vaccination. In addition, the study pointed out that racing events like Formula 1 and Grand Prix motorcycle are the main drivers of the industry. This type of events is expected to grow 17.4% on average every year.

In 2020, US$323,400 million were generated by the sports industry. By type, the domestic travel segment dominated the market in terms of revenue, accounting for almost 60% of the global sports tourism market due to heavy investments in sports infrastructure and the popularity of the events in various countries.

However, the international market is expected to show a higher average annual growth from 2021 until 2030, with an annual increase of 16.8% in the next decade due to the increase in disposable income, the improvement of infrastructure, favourable government policies for international tourists, and the relations between host countries and fans interested in traveling.

Last year, Europe had the highest share of travel for sports-related reasons, followed by North America. In 2020, Europe held 40% of the market due to a high population interested in traveling to see or play sports. Now in 2021, the highest growth is expected to be recorded in the Asia-Pacific region, with an average annual growth of 17.7%. However, due to the pandemic in 2020, this industry generated much less than in 2019, for example, the decline of sports tourism in Spain was 81.6%, which means that 3,740 million euros were lost over the pandemic. It is not a minor issue for the country, since trips to watch soccer, tennis, Formula 1 and Grand Prix motorcycle are its main drivers.

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(Safe) comeback of the MICE/event industry

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Upcoming mega events like the Expo Dubai or the World Travel Market in London, give proof that the global meetings, incentives, conferences, and exhibitions or MICE industry celebrates a cautious comeback. Despite ongoing worries about booster vaccines and the delta variant of Covid-19, there are multiple ways to keep social mass gatherings secure for everyone.

It could have been the comeback summer for mega-events with real humans after a -year long hiatus. But neither the Euro football championships nor the Summer Olympics in Tokyo could keep their promises of holding safe games, unfortunately. The tournament’s final in London’s Wembley Stadium became a super-spreader amid 60,000 football aficionados, triggering a surge in the spread of the delta variant in the UK.

And Nippon saw despite a global sports spectacle sans fans a rebound of new COVID-19 infections too. Other major international events like the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos or the Paris air show had to be cancelled in 2021. By March 2020, the events industry had already lost $16.5bn, according to UFI, the Global Association of the Exhibition Industry, and the global tourism industry witness a fall of around 74% in international tourist arrival during the pandemic.

Good-bye zoom calls, hello conferences!
However these setbacks do not discourage the big shots of the global MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences & Exhibitions) industry from going ahead with their very own plans in the coming months. Researchfive.com has reported the global MICE industry is anticipated to hit U$1,619.3 billion in the 2021–2028 period, growing from $1,007.2 billion in 2020 and representing a healthy 5.9% per year growth rate. Examples of upcoming events around the corner are:

  • The six month World Expo in Dubai will kick off on October 1st after the event had to be postponed last year due to the pandemic. Lasting until April 30 2022, Expo Dubai (slogan: Connecting Minds, Creating the Future”) expects 25 million visitors to the United Arab Emirates (UAE). But Dr. Nasser Saïdi, a leading Dubai-based economist has judged this projection as “ somewhat too optimistic” amid ongoing travel restrictions globally and prevailing uncertainty among travellers.
  • The global real state congress MIPM in Cannes has held its first post-pandemic gathering of property experts and architecture industry in early September.
  • Under the slogan “Reconnect and Rebuild” the international air transport body IATA invites industry pundit and delegates to the Global Airport, Passenger & Accessibility Symposium to Prague, Czech Republic from 15 – 18 November.
  • The World Travel Market (WTM) in London hopes to inject to the global tourism industry a booster shot by hosting the hotel chains, airliners, and tour operators, and country pavilions from 1-3 November at ExCeL Centre London.

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All events have one thing in common: they hope to bank on the FOMO (fear of missing out) effect. In order to keep events safe and sound, several measures have to be implemented and monitored:

  • Functioning electronic devices which guarantee a smooth entry for delegates with the required QR code to proof they are tested negatively or vaccinated (in France even dining in a café or restaurant currently requires the QR code).
  • Obligation to wear a mask which covers mouth and nose at all times.
  • Placing of hand sanitizers at entry and exit points as well at every booth, seating or stage.
  • Installation of thermal cameras at arrival points to check the temperature of visitors before entry to the site.
  • Physical distancing measures. At least 1 meter or better 1.5 meters of distance shall be kept between visitors and delegates encouraged by markings on the floor and by appropriate seating schemes. These distancing rules shall be monitored by security personnel.
  • Limiting the numbers of visitors per day by implementing a pre-registration scheme available on smart phones.
  • Assurance of appropriate medical and emergency facilities onsite.
  • Strict control of health pass or vaccination status, e. g. in France only visitors with a negative antigenic test or proof a double vaccination with an approved dose by Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna, Astra-Zeneca, or Johnson and Johnson (vaccinations by Sputnik or Sinopharm are not accepted in France or any other EU country)
  • Strict distancing of chairs and tables at kiosks, coffee shops, or restaurants onsite.

Aside from these relatively known (and hopefully respected) measures, other initiatives are supportive to keep the spread of the tenacious Sars-COV-2 virus too. These implementations include the technological support in keeping the pandemic at bay.

  • Contactless payment terminals at entry gates, eateries, and booths (in case instant product sales are possible), and for food delivery boys and girls who walk around and sell drinks and sandwiches.
  • A dense cleaning scheme which ensures that door handles, handrails, and buttons are disinfected on a regular basis.
  • Automatic door opening systems shall be used in order to limit the need to open doors by hand.
  • Regular cleaning of eateries and hygienic facilities at the MICE venue.

While these additional instruments translate into a higher cost base for arenas and event managers, they are the grease towards a step by step comeback of the MICE industry. Word of mouth by happy delegates will raise the reputation of a congress or cultural happening and ultimately lead to more delegates, sponsors, business partners in the post-pandemic era.

Uphill struggle
Michael Rennschmied, CEO of global conference organizer coliseum-online.com, which does both virtual and physical conferences, said that he expects events in the late 2021 and early 2022 to benefit mostly from their domestic markets due to ongoing travel restrictions. Example: the UAE remains on the UK’s amber list of countries which means that a visitor from London to the Expo Dubai can visit the event but he or she must quarantine upon return for seven days which makes the trip rather unattractive.

“If you want a high number of delegates (if permitted) you need to intensively source the local market (same country),” Rennschmied told Nets Switzerland. He added: “The era for online events is not over yet, but in 2022 everyone should go back to live events. As of now, there are too many uncertainties in relation to travel restrictions and quarantine requirements. Events work more on a local basis at the moment and on a lower scale than pre-pandemic.” In fact, Event organizers reported that 23.6% of their events in 2021 will include a virtual component and will be smaller local events. They will have less than 25 attendees who do not need to travel by air or stay in hotel rooms, according to AMEX.

The World Tourism Organization has found that of the total 10 billion pre-pandemic travels, around 14% accounted for business travel. Bearing in mind that business travelling is about “the art of the deal” which creates investments, jobs, and opportunities, the imminent rebound of the MICE industry can function like a nudge effect for the world economy after Covid-19. 

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