Huge MICE and corporate travel event prepares

“World’s only double-bill event” to be held in Bangkok in October

Billed as “the world’s only double-bill event”, combining one of the biggest international MICE shows plus a conference and exhibition on corporate travel, IT&CMA and CTW covering the Asia-Pacific region is preparing to launch on October 2-4. To be held at the Bangkok Convention Centre at CentralWorld in Thailand, the event will match hundreds of travel buyers and sellers in a three-day exhibition showcase.
Meanwhile, more than 70% of exhibitors at IT&CM China 2012, held this spring, have already signed up to be part of next year’s event. The show will return to the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Centre on 17-19 April 2013. The organisers say that this proves the event is assessed positively by exhibitors, adding that feedback from delegates has been encouraging.
[photo courtesy IT&CMA]


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