Month

December 2020
With its gorgeous medieval towns and traditional festivities, no one does Christmas markets quite as well as Europe. So, if you’re looking something special to do next Christmas – government regulations allowing – we have the perfect destinations for you. Whether you’re looking for a magical atmosphere or goblets of gluhwein, we recommend that you...
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If Japan isn’t already on your travel ‘bucket-list’… it really should be. Our previous conferences to Japan have all been around Cherry Blossom time – when large parts of the country are bathed in the light pink and white blossoms. No visit to Japan is complete however, without stepping off the tourist trail and experiencing...
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In our new COVID-normal world, we’re all rightfully nervous about overseas travel. As conference planners, we’ve always been mindful of the health and safety conditions in destinations and have ruled some destinations purely because we couldn’t take the required steps to protect our staff and participants from one particular disease or another. Thankfully - a...
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Qantas is rolling out a generous status extension which will see many frequent flyers retain their Silver, Gold, Platinum or Platinum One tier through 2021 – and in some cases to the end of 2022 – with just a single flight.
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Rather than waste our time during the enforced lockdowns that came with COVID – we decided that we’d approach our many suppliers and partners around the world and have them provide us with updates and info sessions about their destinations. If we couldn’t get there ourselves… the next best thing would be to have a...
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