MICE

Business 'bubble' travellers to arrive from early March

THE first facility under Singapore's quarantine-free "business travel bubble" will welcome its guests from early March, after a stymied bid to bring in travellers by late January.

Business 'bubble' scheme put on ice

THE launch of a pilot plan to bring "business, official and high-economic value travellers" into Singapore and put them in a "bubble" was pushed back, The Business Times has learnt.

Singapore keeps key links going with very selective quarantine-free entry

THE Lion City is still open for business: Key global travellers who need to enter Singapore are given flexibility by the authorities, even if they do not qualify for the inbound travel channels...

SPH and Temasek to merge MICE units

SINGAPORE Press Holdings (SPH) and Temasek have entered into an agreement to merge their meetings, incentives, conventions and exhibitions (MICE) subsidiaries, an exchange filing on Monday showed...

WEF event to have measures in place to limit contact with locals

ATTENDEES of the World Economic Forum's (WEF) Special Annual Meeting in Singapore in May will have limited interactions with the local community, as part of Covid-19 preventative measures for the...

New quarantine-free bubble may pave way for bigger events in Singapore

SINGAPORE'S localised bubble that combines a new quarantine-free travel arrangement with dedicated short-stay facilities is a novel way to allow global executives to meet in a safe manner amid...

Digital skills to be taught in Mice training courses at SUSS

THE Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS) has partnered the Singapore Association of Convention & Exhibition Organisers & Suppliers (SACEOS) to train event management...

SUSS, SACEOS team up to develop training courses for MICE practitioners

THE Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS) has partnered the Singapore Association of Convention & Exhibition Organisers & Suppliers (SACEOS) to train event management practitioners...

Wider shared framework will cut quarantine

MORE countries should put in place a shared framework for safe travel amid the Covid-19 pandemic, Minister for Trade and Industry Chan Chun Sing said on Wednesday.

Business travel still low, stay-home notice a hurdle

ESSENTIAL business travel in and out of Singapore is still muted despite moves by the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) and other agencies.

Chan Chun Sing urges more countries to adopt shared travel protocol

MORE countries should put in place a shared framework for safe travel amid the Covid-19 pandemic, Minister for Trade and Industry Chan Chun Sing said.