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Mice Asia Net : July 2008
against setbacks such as tsunami or hurricanes have outstanding resilience, and have also made a positive contribution to tourism development in the wake of a natural disaster. DON’T MISS: Sessions delivered by top industry leaders and global tourism experts. WE SAY: Large scale event and very popular with buyers and sellers. Has a small MICE component. itCM - inCEntivE travEl COnvEntiOnS and MEEtingS April 15-17, 2009. Shanghai, China Expected exhibitors: More than 500 Expected visitors: More than 1000 USP: An event that is “positioned to sell China to the world and the world to China”. Indaba. indaBa May 9-12, 2009. South Africa Expected exhibitors: 1800 Expected visitors: 13,000 USP: Large scale event, a wide ranging level of exhibitors with a selection of unique venues and operators. DON’T MISS: Indoor and outdoor stands and don’t forget to sample the cuisine. WE SAY: Good MICE incentive presence. iMEx May 26-28, 2008. Frankfurt Expected exhibitors: more than 3400 from more than 150 countries Expected visitors: 8300 USP: One of the world’s largest events DON’T MISS: Stunning double level stands for networking with a view. WE SAY: Like EIBTM, if Europe is a key market of yours then this event is a must do. araBian travEl MarkEt May 5-8, 2009. Dubai, United Arab Emirates Expected exhibitors: 98 from 31 countries Expected visitors: 23,500 USP: The Arabian Travel Market is renowned as the industry’s leading travel and tourism exhibition dedicated to business tourism within the Middle East and Arab regions. A unique feature of this event is the New Frontiers Award which recognises destinations that 12 miceAsia.net DON’T MISS: Case study seminar “The bidding and building up for 2008 Summer Olympics and World Expo”. This case study will look at how China successfully won bids to host two grand-scale international events, as well as looking at the hurdles and challenges the organising committee faced. WE SAY: We haven’t attended this one and will welcome feedback on this or past events. auStralian EvEntS ExpO/ rSvp 09 May 21-22, 2008. Sydney Expected exhibitors: 160 Expected visitors: More than 2000 USP: For the first time in Sydney these two exhibitions will be co- located at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, however, will run as separate events. DON’T MISS: The Pamper Zone which offers reflexology, hand and forearm massages and mini shoulder and back massages. WE SAY: AEE is being revamped for 2009 after feedback from the last show. Having the two events held at the same time is a blessing for exhibitors and visitors. itE MiCE - intErnatiOnal travEl ExpO fOr MiCE induStry June 1, 2009. Hong Kong Expected exhibitors: 650 from 50 countries Expected visitors: 11,700 buyers and corporate visitors, 53,000 public visitors DON’T MISS: Cultural performances as well as trade and travel seminars. WE SAY: Another one that we are yet to attend. As always, we welcome your feedback.