An Asia-Pacific creative events company makes history in the emerging economy of Myanmar with a series of live corporate entertainment events. Read our exclusive report on how Factor168 overcame a host of challenges in Yangon to pave the way for others to follow. In Explore we bring you Suzhou, 5 adventurous things to do in Adelaide, scenic teambuilding locations, along with destination features on Beijing, Seoul and Penang, Malaysia. Our Spotlight analysis in Agenda shows how you can advance your career in event planning, conference organising and incentive travel. We let you into some of the secrets that go into creating the molecular canapes that wow delegates at cocktails, and size-up Bangkok's mega conference venues. All this plus news, event pics, opinion and people profiles
Mix is Asia’s Creative Meetings Magazine for event planners and corporate buyers. It is FREE of charge. Mix takes an innovative and imaginative approach to organising business events, meetings and incentive travel. In our Bulletin section we update readers on new developments. Among our other Regulars, Centre Stage looks at venues, both those specially built to hold events, such as convention centres, or dedicated spaces in hotels or unique venues. Event Bites champions catering and event food trends, while Show Off provides a platform for pictures from your events. In Explore, we look at established as well as up-and-coming destinations that offer the facilities and experiences that corporate buyers are looking for. Let’s Meet in… focuses on a unique destination for conference, incentive and event planners and Take 5 brings you a selection of ideas from a destination. We also carry three destination features, which are rounded off with ideas in Themes and tips from an Insider. Our Agenda section features Voice, where planners and other people in the industry give their opinion; Spotlight, which tackles issues that concern planners and buyers; case studies are the focus of Examine; The Trend highlights new technology and better ways of organising meetings and events, while The Eventist profiles a planner or people on the rise in the industry.