Some 3,000 Hosted Buyers and Trade Visitors who attended ibtm world 2015 said they were there to meet with the Spanish Mice industry and this demand is expected to increase this year according to the latest Euromonitor stats.
Dubai Business Events (DBE), the city’s official convention bureau, and the International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA), the global expert in association meetings, hosted the first ICCA Middle East International Meetings Forum
The Ministry of Tourism of Oman, headed by undersecretary Maitha Al Mahrouqi, has confirmed its participation in IMEX 2016, one of the leading Mice travel fairs that will be in Frankfurt, Germany, this week.
The exhibition, which
Dubai World Trade Centre reported an impressive 12 per cent year-on-year increase in traffic in 2015, delivering 2.74 million delegates and attendees, coupled with a strong 17 per cent increase in exhibiting companies.
Gloria Hotels & Resorts will introduce its new ‘Hello...Mice to meet you’ campaign to highlight the group's meetings, incentives, conferences, and exhibitions (Mice) facilities at Imex 2016, taking place in Frankfurt, Germany
Outbound business travel is fast becoming a core part of the outbound training, development programmes and incentives, especially for organisations in the GCC, said many speakers at the recently concluded Mice Arabia Congress 2016.
The Meetings, incentives, conferences, and events (Mice) market has grown rapidly in the GCC and particularly in Dubai, which in 2015 held nearly 27 per cent market share of the $1.3 billion Mice GCC market, said a report
According to a
The luxurious Corinthia Hotel St Petersburg, located at the heart of Nevsky Prospect, was awarded Russia’s ‘Best Mice Hotel’ at the annual Russian Hospitality Awards 2015 earlier this month.
The hotel was recognised fo
Dubai Business Events (DBE), the emirate's official convention bureau, is showcasing its world class meetings, incentives, conferences and event (MICE) capabilities to more tahn 85 delegates from Europe, according to a report.
The Middle East registered a 9 per cent growth in outbound travel numbers last year, making it the fastest growing outbound market, a report showed.
The global luxury travel sector, of which outbound travel forms a huge component,