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2015 looks set to be a bumper year for incentive travel, according to C&IT's exclusive survey of agencies, corporates and DMCs.
London & Partners is giving events professionals the chance to win a three-night stay in the capital in a competition designed to highlight the experiences and activities available to incentive planners.
Abreu DMC's Nuno Pires offers his thoughts on how Rio de Janeiro is preparing for the forthcoming 2016 Olympics and what Brazil as a destination has to offer for C&I groups.
Business travel spend across five key European markets, including the UK, is expected to hit €147.1bn (£116.4bn) in 2014, a 4.9% increase over 2013.
Flybe is opening a new base at Bournemouth Airport, as well as re-opening its Aberdeen base and launching new flights from London Stansted.
Event technology provider Poken has expanded its global operations with the opening of an office in New York, to better support its growing East Coast meetings and events industry business.
The city of Lyon's neighbourhoods range from the historic, to the modern to the cultural. C&IT checks out four areas in the city.
With more than 1,700 meeting venues across South Africa, C&IT checks out some of the country's sporting venues for large events.
A new convention centre to be built at the Celtic Manor Resort in Newport, Wales will provide 'huge benefits' to other hotels and businesses in the area.
Moscow Domodedovo Airport has started work on a second segment of its expansion plans, which will increase passenger capacity and improve service levels.
One of Zurich's most iconic hotels, Baur au Lac, is renovating its restaurant and lobby area, with work expected to be completed at the end of this month.
Titanic Quarter chief executive David Gavaghan has revealed ambitious plans for the waterfront development.
Manchester's City Centre Cruises has joined The Quays Partnership, the team that promotes The Quays as a tourism destination in Britain.
Scotland's business tourism industry is exploring the impact of technology for the meetings industry at a major conference in Edinburgh next month.
The Park Lane Hong Kong hotel will join Accor's Pullman brand from the beginning of 2015.
The new $180 million-dollar Frank Gehry-designed business school building at the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) is targeting the business events market.
The third Global Airport Leaders Forum (GALF) will be held at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.
A pact has been signed for an integrated tourism complex in Muscat, Oman.
Choice Hotels is opening another property in Bergen, bringing the total number of its hotels in the Norwegian city to seven.
The G20 Leaders Summit will take place in Brisbane this weekend, representing the most significant meeting of world leaders Australia has hosted.