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THE Bakery China May 11-14 Shanghai, China The show welcomes those from the baking and confectionary trades, with a plethora of related exhibitors on hand to display their latest wares: ovens and accessories, raw materials and ingredients, ice cream manufacturing, packaging machinery, cleaning and hygiene, laboratory and measuring equipment and computer hardware and software. CONTROL May 3-6 Stuttgart, Germany You have to love a conference named after a Janet Jackson song. CONTROL is the international trade fair for quality assurance, bringing attendees a program featuring a special show titled “Contactless Measuring Technology,” as well as a theme park for “Quality Assurance in Medical Engineering” and discussion about pioneering developments. INDABA 2011 May 7-10 Durban, South Africa One of the largest tourism marketing events on the African calendar showcases the widest variety of Southern Africa’s best tourism products and attracts international visitors and media from across the world. The four-day event attracts more than 13,000 delegates from travel tourism and related industries. Breakbulk Europe May 17-19 Antwerp, Belgium The largest European gathering for companies involved in the shipping of heavy-lift, project cargo and breakbulk cargoes allows shippers to meet with leading carriers, ports, terminals and packers. Panel discussions will center on combating piracy, near-sourcing’s benefit for short-sea shipping and whether Middle East/North Africa projects are in jeopardy. Association of Oncology Social Work 27th Annual Conference May 4-6 St. Louis, Missouri Oncology social workers are challenged to lead the way for all those impacted by cancer. This year’s event will focus on the meaning and impact of healthcare reform, promoting sustainable business practice, enhancing understanding of evidence-based and evidence-informed practices and strategies and models for sharing knowledge. The Healthcare Waste Institute’s Annual Waste Conference May 11-12 Dallas, Texas This conference is dedicated to the largest regulatory, legislative and technical issues that affect the medical waste business. Last year’s event featured sessions about dealing with pandemics and mutations, jumping hurdles in plastics and paper recycling, clean air issues (medical waste incinerators and autoclaves) and dental waste and mercury management. Caffè Culture May 18-19 London, England The U.K.’s premier event in the cafe and coffee bar market features two days for 5,000 senior decision-makers to meet and do business with suppliers, source new products, network and keep up-to-date with the latest in industry trends. Workshops include managing your money, streamlining operations and increasing customer spend. 20 one+ 05.11

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of One + May 2011

One + May 2011
Energy of Many
Meeting Design Goes Mobile
Picking Brains
Ask the Experts
Art of Travel
Web Watch
Radical Co-creation
Engagement + Innovation = Wunderbar
Top Spots
The Business of Being Social
Safety in Numbers
Ads, Sponsors and Patrons
Should I Stay or Should I Go?
It’s Getting Better All the Time
Blame It on Rio
Ride Free
Learning How the Brain Learns
Just Face It
Becoming Mindful with Your Meetings
Group Think
The Mesh Meeting
Your Community
Making a Difference
Until We Meet Again

One + May 2011