Go back to the enewsletter Asia Pacific Incentives

first_imgGo back to the enewsletterAsia Pacific Incentives and Meetings Event (AIME) has announced a series of premier global luxury travel exhibitors who will showcase their unique venues and destinations at the 2019 event.Exhibitors confirmed to lead the premium line-up include One&Only Resorts, Daydream Island Resort and Belmond.“We’re extremely excited to be welcoming some of the finest high-end services in the industry,” said Matt Pearce, Director, Talk2 Media & Events.“Our 2019 event will be a true representation of the growth of luxury travel, as well as the perfect platform to showcase some magical locations and venues available,” Pearce said.As many exhibitors move towards individual, curated experiences this will drive some of the innovation that will be presented on the show floor.Endorsing the demand for bespoke personalisation, Jayson Heron, Director of Sales and Marketing of Daydream Island Resort said: “We understand that while tourist and business groups travel from all over the world to connect with our breathtaking landscape, they are all searching for a very unique and personal experience. Whether barefoot on our beaches with the backdrop of the Whitsundays or snorkelling alongside vibrant coral of the Great Barrier Reef, we help curate all aspects of their stay to ensure guests are treated to their ultimate island experience.”Other luxury travel exhibitors attending the 2019 event include Galaxy Macau, The Ritz-Carlton Hawaii and Maverick Helicopters, all showcasing their unique event offerings to the diverse group of AIME buyers.With one month to go before the industry event opens, AIME 2019 has confirmed exhibitors from across 20 different countries, broadening the event to reflect the Asia Pacific region and its unique destinations and cultures.Running from 18–20 February, AIME is the first event to kick off the 2019 MICE calendar and is held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. To register to attend AIME 2019 as a visitor click here, or for more details, go to aime.com.au.Go back to the enewsletterlast_img read more

In 2018 Almost 2 Of New Car Sales In Germany Were PlugIns

first_img Author Liberty Access TechnologiesPosted on January 20, 2019Categories Electric Vehicle News First Audi e-tron Deliveries In Germany Postponed To February? Overall year 2018 was positive as registrations increased 24% to 67.504December brings a decrease of plug-in electric car sales in Germany, completing a run of four weak months (after the required WLTP certification, which eliminated many PHEVs). In total, new registrations decreased by 9% to 5,711, but market share remains relatively solid – 2.4%.BEVs: 3,836 – up 12% at ≈1.6% market sharePHEVs: 1,875 – down 35% at ≈0.8% market share Opel Wants 1,300 EV Chargers In Its “Electric City” FastCharge Pumps Over 400 kW Of Juice Into Prototype Porschecenter_img Plug-in electric car registrations in Germany – December 2018The top-selling model in December was Renault ZOE with 944, but noteworthy is 528 Audi e-tron. Relatively good results were set also by BMW i3 (534) with a high advantage of BEVs (497) over REx (37), and the Volkswagen e-Golf (529).The StreetScooters all-electric delivery vehicle registrations decreased in December to just 97 (4,214 YTD).The year 2018 closed with 67,504 new plug-in electric car registrations (up 24% year-over-year) at an average of 1.96% market share.BEVs: 36,062 – up 44% at ≈1.05% market sharePHEVs: 31,442 – up 7% at ≈0.92% market shareWith new models on the market in 2019, we remain optimistic about the continuation of growth.For the year, again the top model was Renault ZOE, which is kind of interesting in a rank consisting mostly of German cars:Renault ZOE – 6,360Volkswagen e-Golf – 5,743BMW i3 – 5,095The detailed model rank was provided by EV Sales Blog: Source: Electric Vehicle News News from Germanylast_img read more