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Venues & Events

Sustainable Meetings in the Stuttgart Region with Green Globe Certification

Filderhalle, Stadthalle Reutlingen and Mövenpick Hotel Stuttgart Airport hold Green Globe Certification

For the Stuttgart Convention Bureau this certification represents an important acknowledgement of the congress destination's commitment to the theme of sustainability. Special service is provided to support the organisation of sustainable events in the Stuttgart Region.

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Changing perceptions at ISESTALKS

Creative entrepreneur Shed Simove
The International Special Events Society (ISES) UK Chapter this week (Tuesday 4th February) kicked off a new year of its educational ISESTALKS programme in style. Creative entrepreneur Shed Simove (pictured) was the main event for the evening where he delivered a funny, insightful and inspirational presentation at The Music Room in Mayfair, London.

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England’s changing room at Twickenham Stadium transformed as part of £75m stadium redevelopment

England’s changing room at Twickenham Stadium
England’s changing room at Twickenham Stadium has re-opened to event organisers following a major overhaul of the space as part of the £75m modernisation and improvement project being carried out by the Rugby Football Union at the stadium ahead of the Rugby World Cup in 2015.

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Toulouse is adding a unique aeronautic museum to its facilities

Aéroscopia exterior

Aéroscopia will add the excitement of aeronautics to events

This year will see the opening of an exciting new museum in Toulouse, France, that will be an attractive venue for conferences and incentives.
Called Aéroscopia, it will be a unique museum dedicated to aeronautics, based in the city that builds the Airbus.


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Alderwoman Gehrels starts construction of new RAI Amtrium

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On Tuesday 4 February, the first foundations were laid of the new RAI Amtrium building in Amsterdam. The ceremony was officially started by Carolien Gehrels, Amsterdam alderwoman of Economic Affairs, and Hans Bakker, general director of Amsterdam RAI. During the event, the RAI received the four-star BREEAM-NL new buildings design certificate (Excellent level) from the Dutch Green Building Council. The ceremony was attended by various (business) relations of Amsterdam RAI, the architect and building partners.

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