World of Associations e-Newsletter

January 2014
In This Issue:
  • Paving the Path to a Better Event Experience
  • Revolutionize the way the world thinks about meetings: Interview with Deborah Sexton, President and CEO of the Professional Convention Management Association
  • After the meeting in Boston: Top Three Neighborhoods for Food
December 2013
In This Issue:
  • UIA Round Table in Europe 2013
  • The largest medical congress ever held on Australian soil: Interview with Sir Michael Hirst, President of the International Diabetes Federation
  • Favourite spots in Melbourne: Top three restaurants
November 2013
In This Issue:
  • 1st UIA Associations Round Table in Asia
  • Reduced budgets demand ‘more for less: Interview with Prof. Alex Milton, Conference Chair of Cumulus Dublin 2013
  • After the meeting in Dublin: My favourite places - Top three restaurants
October 2013
In This Issue:
  • The Millennium Project and its Global Futures Intelligence System
  • Translating science into treatment: Interview with Prof Hans G. Kress, President of the European Pain Federation
  • Favourite places in Singpore
September 2013
In This Issue:
  • 1st UIA Associations Round Table in Asia
  • Brain Health is the Supreme Wealth: Interview with Dr. Vladimir Hachinski, President of the World Federation of Neurology (WFN)
  • Favourite spots in Singpore: Top three restaurants

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