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Face recognition check-in revolutionising the event industry

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fielddrive, the award-winning, onsite attendee management technology company, and Zenus, the premier face recognition provider in the events industry, has won the prestigious Tech Watch Award at IBTM World in Barcelona.

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Hospitality industry needs to move with the times

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South Africa’s hospitality industry needs to undergo some fundamental changes to remain relevant and to keep up with the demands of a modern world, and in turn appeal to young industry professionals like millennials and the incoming generation Z.

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How to travel for business during the holidays

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South Africans take their holidays pretty seriously. That’s understandable after a year of hard work that often involves long hours and arduous commutes. But even as many people are packing mountain-bikes and suntan-lotion rather than laptops for their next journey, others will be travelling to meetings and presentations. So how can you stay sane and […]

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Conferencing in 2019 needs a different approach – here’s why

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Even though budgets are under increasing pressure, the business benefits of conferencing are priceless: education and skills sharing opportunities, networking, and an off-site environment for colleagues to learn more about themselves and one another by participating in fun activities.

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There’s no ‘I’ in team but there can be plenty of fun

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As the year winds down and South Africans start to plan their holidays, many employers will look at ways to reward their teams for their work and inspire them to start the new year with gusto. Dawn Weir, head of kulula work, says teambuilding can be a constructive and enjoyable way to end the year. […]

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New San Deck showcases the best in African elegance

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One of Sandton’s most stylish outdoor spaces – San Deck – has reopened following a full refurbishment, bringing to life a uniquely African meeting spot carved into the Sandton skyline.

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