Singapore’s new bird park at Mandai Wildlife Reserve – Bird Paradise – opened its doors on May 8.
From Bali-style rice paddy terraces to foliage-packed African rainforests and South American wetlands complete with a magnificent 22m waterfall, Kingsmen played a part in many of these exhibits to create an immersive experience for guests.
In June, the Tanjong Beach Club in Singapore was dressed in Dior’s beautiful Toile de Juoy ‘DIORiveria’ print. From sun beds and parasols to picnic mats and lounge chairs, Kingsmen helped set the scene for an amazing summer soirée for Dior’s party-goers, which included Korean celebrity Cha Eun Woo!
Rooted in ancient legends and cultural significance, the Dragon Boat Festival brings families together to honour tradition and indulge in delectable treats. Recently, the staff at Kingsmen offices in Hong Kong and Shanghai embraced the spirit of the festival, organizing delightful gatherings to mark the occasion.
More than 40 staff from the Hong Kong office gathered for a festive lunch in Shek Mun, as they relish the opportunity to not only celebrate the festival but also reconnect with their colleagues.
Meanwhile in Shanghai, the team organised a cozy afternoon tea session to honour the festival. The gathering also held additional significance as they also took the occasion to extend their welcome to new team members.
Kingsmen Thailand recently marked a significant milestone as it celebrated its 34th anniversary since its founding. The occasion was not only a time for reflection and commemoration but also served as a wonderful opportunity for team building and fostering stronger bonds among the staff. With over 80 employees and management members coming together, the day was filled with laughter, friendly competition, and a renewed sense of camaraderie.
Kingsmen hosted more than 130 delegates from the IFES community at its Singapore HQ in June this year. During the visit, Kingsmen showcased our capabilities and operations, and interacted with the IFES community.
In June, the team at Kingsmen Thailand gathered to celebrate the highly anticipated Global Exhibitions Day. This annual event serves as a global platform to recognize and honour the significant impact of trade exhibitions in driving business penetration and growth.
With a strong belief in the power of trade exhibitions as a marketing platform, Kingsmen Thailand recognizes the immense value they offer in expanding business opportunities within the vibrant market of Thailand. The event served as a reminder of the team’s dedication to leveraging exhibitions as a strategic tool to connect businesses, foster relationships, and amplify brand presence.
In recent years, the MICE industry has experienced a significant shift towards green sustainability. Event organizers, companies, and attendees have recognized the importance of reducing environmental impact and embracing eco-friendly practices. This growing trend is reshaping the way events are planned, executed, and experienced, paving the way for a greener future.
At Kingsmen, sustainability is not just a buzzword; it is a fundamental principle we actively prioritize. Responding to the increasing inquiries from our organizer clients about our sustainable practices, we have taken decisive action. In the past nine months, three organizers have specifically requested comprehensive waste reports for all custom booths built for their shows. This development has prompted us to work closely with our organizing partners, utilizing more innovative and eco-friendly materials in the construction of our booths. We hope to transform the landscape of event management, one eco-friendly event at a time.