Webinar: How Event Design Can Decode Past, Shape Future

AO is using Event Design to shape their events (one of which was in Basel) around the globe. The team at AO has applied a common language and is trained to apply the Event Design using the #EventCanvas methodology to analyze the past and shape the future of its events.

Webinar: How Event Design Can Decode Past, Shape Future

AO is using Event Design to shape their events (one of which was in Basel) around the globe. The team at AO has applied a common language and is trained to apply the Event Design using the #EventCanvas methodology to analyze the past and shape the future of its events.

Webinar: Leading Your Team to Success

If you have been promoted and are managing people for the first time but have not been trained on how to lead your new team successfully, you are not alone. Take the first step to gaining the confidence needed to effectively lead, not manage your team.

Webinar: Leading Your Team to Success

If you have been promoted and are managing people for the first time but have not been trained on how to lead your new team successfully, you are not alone. Take the first step to gaining the confidence needed to effectively lead, not manage your team.

PCMA’s Antonio Codinach on AIME, APAC plans

Antonio Codinach, PCMA’s regional business director for APAC, recently spoke to CIM magazine about the organization’s collaboration at AIME and its APAC plans in 2019. The conversation was part of CIM’s 5 Minutes feature.

Make Smart Noise to Build a Viral Brand

This video of the mainstage session of the Asia Pacific Annual Conference explores keys to creating content that counts to keep new audiences coming back for more.

Webinar: Common Mistakes in Cross-Cultural Negotiations

You’ve received interest from a potential buyer or seller in Asia or Australia. After initial discussions, they appear less interested in pursuing the deal, and you wonder what went wrong. Sound familiar?

Webinar: Common Mistakes in Cross-Cultural Negotiations

Let’s imagine you’ve received interest from a potential buyer or seller in Asia or Australia. After initial discussions, you start to notice they appear less interested in pursuing the deal, and you wonder where things went wrong. Does this sound familiar?