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Long-haul incentive travel trips for larger groups have risen by 25% annually over the past three years, according to event agency AYMTM.
Whirlow Grange Conference Centre in Sheffield will close in July after 60 years, resulting in the cancellation of events.
London & Partners convention bureau has launched a new website for event planners.
Florence's convention bureau won 17 international conferences in 2013 for the next four years.
Whisky, also known as the 'Water of Life', is set to be the tipple of choice in London next week, when VisitScotland and its partners head to International Confex.
Work on a film studio is set to begin in Wales after a deal was struck between the Welsh Government and Pinewood studios, makers of big name movie franchises such as James Bond and Harry Potter.
C&IT accompanied a number of event agencies on a Fam trip to Longyearbyen in Svalbard, Norway, the world's northernmost town.
The International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect's (ISPCAN) biennial congress will take place at the University of Calgary in August 2016.
Unesco world heritage site Nijo Castle in Kyoto, Japan is now open for meetings and events.
The Hilton Munich Airport hotel is to open in January 2015 with conference and events space.
Thailand's convention bureau has launched new financial support for planners alongside its biggest ever online marketing campaign to reinforce confidence in the C&I market.
Qatar Airways will launch the first all-business class flights from London Heathrow in May 2014.
Heather Williams has joined DMC Allied PRA Italy as managing director, while Francesca Falcini becomes senior project manager.
Birmingham's latest business tourism campaign has received backing from four leading figures in the region's conference and events sector.
Clearwater Events has expanded into the US and will collaborate with Air Partner and Cvent to offer event management and DMC support to the South Western region.
C&IT has captured the highlights of MPI's #EMEC14, which comes to a close today at the Halic Congress Centre in Istanbul, Turkey.
Violence in Kiev, Ukraine, has forced the International Gymnastics Federation to cancel a global event, which was due to take place on 25 February.
Manchester's Central Library, housed in a Grade II-listed building, will open at the end of March following a £48m restoration, with the addition of meeting spaces.
Okko Hotels, a concept of design-driven urban hotels with an emphasis on innovation, is expanding further in France, opening a property in Lyon.
Classic Tours Highlands have teamed up with Strathspey Railway to create a vintage tour around the Scottish Highlands.