Posts Tagged ‘conferencing’

New hotel and conference facility will help Kempton Park fulfil its Destiny

Construction is well underway for a further 246-roomed hotel at Destiny Hotel and Convention Centre operated by BON in Kempton Park. The project, which has been the brainchild of local developer, Zamani Letjane, is in the second phase of construction and scheduled to open in November this year. The seven-storey hotel will complete the offering […]

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Konftel launches video conferencing packages with unique One Cable connection

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Konftel, a global leader in the manufacture of conference telephones, is now ready to begin selling its new range of packages that take all the hassle out of video conferences.

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AC Hotels by Marriott opens first hotel in Africa

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AC Hotels by Marriott, Marriott International’s European-inspired lifestyle brand, today announced the opening of AC Hotel Cape Town Waterfront marking the debut of the brand in Middle East and Africa. Owned and developed by the Amdec Group, the hotel demonstrates the sophisticated and timeless European design that is true to the AC Hotel brand, interpreted […]

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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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Your event environment makes all the difference

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A white board is a white board and a chair at a conference or presentation is just a forgotten chair unless you place it in an extraordinary environment that sparks your imagination. Then, it returns to you as a present moment in time, one that reminds you of an exceptional experience delivered to you again […]

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Should delegates be able to use personal devices during meetings?

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With the advent of smart phones, smart watches, tablets and free, fast WiFi, the conference environment has become a haze of digital noise and distraction – where once the guest speaker was venerated, looked upon with interest or at least an attempt at interest, these days heads are down, fingers are flicking and attention spans […]

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