WTM Connect Asia 2016 closed on a high note with more than 1,800 meetings taking place from May 18 to 20 in Penang, Malaysia.
The World Travel Market Portfolio launched the 1-2-1 ratio pod format to facilitate business in the grow
The first edition of WTM Connect Asia opened today (May 18) in George Town, Penang, Malaysia.
Buyers and suppliers were welcomed to Penang from more than 30 countries including China, Malaysia, Mexico, the US, UK, Philippines, Ger
Portugal, Moldova and Ukraine in Europe, and Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam in Asia have emerged as new child sex tourism destinations, prompting activists to call for governments to include measures to protect children in their tourism plans.
Suppliers and buyers from all over the world will gather in Penang, Malaysia, next week for the inaugural WTM Connect Asia.
From May 18 to 20, international exhibitors will meet with Chinese, South East Asian and International Hos
Pakistan, Indonesia, the Palestinian territories, Bangladesh, and Nepal attract the highest rates of attempted malware attacks, according to Microsoft Corp.
Countries that attracted the fewest include Japan, Finland, Norway and Sw
Families dreaming of a fun summer vacation can take advantage of Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts promotional offers around the Europe, the Middle East, Africa (EMEA) and Asia.
The group is offering discounts of up to 30 per ce
MTN Group, PCCW Global, Saudi Telecom Company (STC), Telecom Egypt (TE) and Telkom South Africa have partnered to construct a new submarine cable system which will connect Africa with the Middle East and South Central Asia.
Preparations are underway for WTM Connect Asia which is due to open its doors for the first time this May, marking World Travel Market’s arrival in South East Asia.
The ‘pod’ event will be taking place in Penang,
The world's top producers of liquefied natural gas (LNG) are investing in ship-fuelling operations, floating import terminals and power plants to open new markets and keep from drowning in a fuel surplus expected to last into the next deca
Asian shares extended losses to three-week lows, while the yen soared to a 17-month high against the dollar as investors bet Japan would be hard pressed to drive down its currency in the face of widespread foreign opposition.