Hear from event organisers and delegates who have seen how effectively Hong Kong can play host to world-class events.
Spine World Summit 2018 gathered over 4,000 delegates in orthopaedics, neurosurgery and other healthcare practices from more than 100 distinguished faculties and 25 international associations in Hong Kong.
With over 5,000 delegates from 87 countries presenting their latest works and scientific innovations in major subspecialties, APAO 2018 took the opportunity to enhance the overall conference experience by mixing business with pleasure and goodwill.
Titled ‘The Future in Digestive Diseases’, the Asian Pacific Digestive Week 2017 was held in Hong Kong for the first time. The mega conference welcomed over 2,800 doctors and medical professionals from 44 countries for a four-day experience and expertise sharing session.
Over 3,000 Hakkas from 24 countries returned to Hong Kong for the 29th World Hakka Conference held from 12–15 October 2017 for a three-day cultural and business exchange.
RISE, one of Asia’s biggest technology events, returned to Hong Kong from 11–13 July 2017. More than 15,000 attendees from over 100 countries gathered at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre for the three-day event that saw a 45% increase in attendance over 2016.
The city beat a few European classical music hubs for the hosting right, making Hong Kong the first Asian destination to bring over 900 of the world's top performers, academics, composers and enthusiasts from over 36 countries and regions to the event.
The TCCA world congress, now in its 19th year and returning to Hong Kong for the second time, attracted over 3,000 critical communication professionals from over 100 countries.
Representatives of basketball associations from close to 150 countries and regions attended FIBA’s first-ever mid-term congress in Hong Kong on 4-5 May.
More than 3,500 delegates attended the 38th Asia Pacific Dental Congress (APDC) held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC) from 17–19 June.
Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT) appointed Hong Kong to be the host city for its bi-annual event. With Hong Kong’s position as a financial centre and its strategic location, the three-day event concluded with a great turnout of attendees.
In 2015, the 90th annual UFI Open Seminar returned to Hong Kong to celebrate its 10th anniversary since expanding in Asia. Hong Kong attracted associations from both east and west to take part in the event.
Hong Kong, with its established IP industry, quickly emerged as the top destination. Find out how the city’s close proximity to mainland China and other Asian hubs could help INTA secure the large turnout it was looking for.
Emergency medicine body calls on Hong Kong’s heritage and Chinese roots to spur knowledge transfer – see how the event proceeded smoothly and successfully in the city!
Hong Kong’s superb infrastructure and medical science advancements made choosing the host city for the biennial congress “a fairly easy choice”.
Non-profit Wikipedia Foundation has faced challenging requirements for its annual conference – see how Hong Kong managed to address all with remarkable ease.
See why the International Statistical Institute (ISI), one of the world’s oldest scientific trade associations, attracted top-class delegates to Hong Kong.
Hear from event organisers and attendees who have seen how effectively Hong Kong can play host to world-class events.