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9-11 June
CCMG announces
new dates for The Nordic MICE Summit 22.
Hard work ahead
Dubai captures 120 international business events
Goal: 400 global economic events annually by 2025.
next-gen platform
mci group
opens a creative technology studio in Brazil.
23,000 participants
Eighteen International Conferences
Selected Seoul to be the Destination.
over 300 programmes
Helsingborg, southern Sweden
invites the world to a 35-day innovation fest with H22 City Expo.
hotel news
Scandic to open
climate-neutral hotel in Sundsvall, Sweden, in 2024.
airline news
China blocks some flights from the U.S. as Covid precautions rise
United canceled flights from San Francisco to Shanghai on six days in late January.
could be 8,000 delegates
The World’s Largest Congress on Allergy
Heads to Prague, Czech Republic.
hotel news
Germany’s first Radisson Collection hotel
opens in the heart of Berlin.
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Beijing North Star Convention and Exhibition
and GainingEdge Enter into Strategic Partnership.
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Barbican Achieves Reduction In Energy Usage

Two London event campuses, the Barbican and the Guildhall School have demonstrated their commitment to the use of green energy by achieving a reduction of -4% and -15% in absolute year on year terms for their energy usage.

Anthony Hyde, head of corporate sales at Barbican said: “This is another milestone for us in our sustainability efforts. We work with the most up-to-date vision of energy and resource use, in order to minimise the impact on the environment and to promote sustainability and environmental awareness.”

The Barbican also introduced a comprehensive food waste composting programme involving their catering partners, which allows them to compost 100% of their food waste.

Earlier in the year, the venue was awarded the Chairman’s Cup for outstanding practices in waste management and recycling. It is also a regular winner of Platinum Clean City Award.