Case Studies

Constructing safe spaces

The 14th United Nations Congress on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice was held in a hybrid format in Kyoto this year, after being postponed in 2020 due to the pandemic. Kathryn Wortley finds out how the city dealt with Covid-19 concerns to host a successful outing.

Creating meaningful connections virtually

Event Brief The Malaysian Society of Paediatric Haematology and Oncology (MASPHO) has been hosting its annual scientific meeting for the past 24 years, where attendance usually hovered around 120 to 150 delegates. Kuching was originally the...

Pushing the digital frontier

The physical CAREhab 2020 was morphed into a virtual affair due to the pandemic, where the latter provided healthcare professionals with access to convenient learning, cross-sharing opportunities and networking activities

A virtual leap

The International Society for Professional Innovation Management has just 11 weeks to switch its conference in Berlin onto an online platform, something it has never done before

Navigating the digital shift

The coronavirus pandemic pushed the Singapore Association of Convention & Exhibition Organisers & Suppliers to host its first-ever virtual AGM.

Resilience amid uncertainty

Despite social unrest in host city Hong Kong, organisers of two Natural Language Processing conferences shoulder on, drawing 1,900 attendees

Linking up across oceans

The Teochew International Federation convened in Auckland for its 20th edition, providing delegates with trade and business opportunities.

Smooth flying into the future

An established working relationship with an experienced organiser helps up- and-coming Chengdu deliver a successful Airport Cities event