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Langham Hospitality Group Launches Offers to Reward Longer Stays

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Linger Longer for Less

HONG KONG, June 24, 2011 /PRNewswire-Asia/ —

How many times have you heard the line “I wish I could stay longer”? Well now guests can with Linger Longer for Less which offers guests savings and upgraded benefits for reservations from now until August 31.

(Photo: http://www.prnasia.com/sa/2011/06/23/20110623938079.html )

All Langham Hospitality Group properties across the globe are offering at least 10% savings for two nights accommodation. Linger for three days or more to discover even greater benefits which accumulate including complimentary breakfast, internet access and upgrades up to the next room category.

— Linger two nights and save at least 10%
— Linger three nights and save at least 15% plus complimentary breakfast
— Linger four nights and save at least 20% plus complimentary breakfast and internet access
— Linger five nights or more and save at least 25% plus complimentary breakfast, internet access and an upgrade to the next room category

Bob van den Oord, Vice President, Sales and Marketing for Langham Hospitality Group said: “The trappings of the good life can now be enjoyed for longer. We’ve explored the benefits that guests love and packaged them into easy to understand deals.”

To book Linger Longer for Less online, log onto langhamhotels.com( http://www.langhamhotels.com )

About Langham Hospitality Group

Langham Hospitality Group( http://www.langhamhospitalitygroup.com ) encompasses a family of distinctive hospitality brands which include hotels, resorts, residential serviced apartments, restaurants and spas, located on four continents.

It takes its name from the legendary Langham in London( http://www.london.langhamhotels.co.uk ) which was opened in 1865 as Europe’s first Grand Hotel. For almost 150 years, this flagship hotel has represented sophisticated and gracious hospitality, a philosophy that reflects elegance in design, innovation in hospitality, genuine service and captivation of the senses across all properties.

The brands include the luxurious Langham and international five-star Langham Place, the upscale Eaton Luxe, midscale Eaton Smart and the award-winning Chuan Spa( http://www.chuanspa.com ).

Langham Hospitality Group is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Great Eagle Holdings which was founded in 1963 and listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange in 1972. Reservations for Langham or Eaton properties can be made by logging onto langhamhospitalitygroup.com( http://www.langhamhospitalitygroup.com ).
SOURCE Langham Hospitality Group

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June 27, 2011 at 12:27 pm

Innovative New Zealand Companies Showcase Technology Solutions at CommunicAsia and Broadcast Asia 2011

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2011-06-23 13:38
SINGAPORE, June 23, 2011 /PRNewswire-Asia/ — New Zealand companies are out in strength showcasing innovative information and communications technology solutions at CommunicAsia and Broadcast Asia 2011. Thirteen companies from New Zealand comprise one of the largest delegations this year.

The companies exhibiting at this year’s show are keen to boost their presence in Southeast Asia, with a few of them already having established base operations in Singapore. They provide leading-edge ICT offerings ranging from workflow management and electronic payment software to print optimization.

“Only eight years ago, New Zealand’s ICT industry contributed close to NZ$1.5 billion to the economy. Today, it contributes almost NZ$20 billion and employs approximately 40,000 people,” said Ziena Jalil, New Zealand Trade Commissioner to Singapore.

“CommunicAsia is a good time for New Zealand ICT companies to forge meaningful links in Southeast Asia,” said Lee Chuan Seng, Chairman of New Zealand Trade and Enterprise’s Southeast Asia Beachheads Advisory Board. “With the growth in the ICT sector in the past few years, an increasing number of niche opportunities are opening up in Southeast Asia for New Zealand ICT companies to apply their expertise. Companies will be able to charge a premium for products or services with differentiation.”

New Zealand has a wide and diverse ICT sector. Telecommunications and program distribution remains the most significant ICT commodity, with electronic devices and equipment the highest-value export commodity.

Augen, Cable Ways, Converga, DesignA Electronics, Finzsoft, GFG Group Ltd, GSA Pte Ltd, OpenCloud, Pharos Systems International, Repair Group Ltd and Tait Radio Communications participated at CommunicAsia, and GenCom and Metra participated at BroadcastAsia.

About New Zealand Trade and Enterprise

New Zealand Trade and Enterprise (NZTE) is the New Zealand government’s national economic development agency. It works to stimulate economic growth by helping to boost export earnings, strengthen regional economies, and deliver economic development assistance to industries and individual businesses. Through its global network of offices, NZTE works with international businesses and investors, connecting them to New Zealand business opportunities. For more information on New Zealand Trade and Enterprise visit: http://www.nzte.govt.nz

Contact:

Lauren Bartlett
Regional Marketing & Communications Manager – South/South East Asia
New Zealand Trade and Enterprise
Tel: +65-6733-2550
Cell: +65-9721-5336
Email: lauren.bartlett@nzte.govt.nz

Donna Garcia
Senior Consultant
Rice Communications
Tel: +65-6221-8046
Cell: +65-9734-8808
Email: donna.garcia@ricecomms.com

SOURCE New Zealand Trade and Enterprise

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June 27, 2011 at 10:55 am

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