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iEventplus summit returns to Shanghai
Enhanced second edition to include case studies, roundtable discussions, one to one interviews and banquet dinners over three days

12 Apr 2017

The iEventsplus Summit, an incentive and event conference, returns to Shanghai this July for an enhanced second edition.

Through a mixture of case studies, roundtable discussions, one to one interviews and banquet dinners, the show will facilitate discourse on event management, corporate meeting, incentive travel, conference, customer engagement and hospitality among other industry-related topics.

The 2016 iEventsplus summit, which took place July 7-8, welcomed around 400 visitors and featured an event management and incentive travel management summit with content directed at planners, PR companies, corporate marketing departments and buyers.

Content included conference planning case studies, a round table discussion, one-on-one interviews and an on-site inspection.

Industry giants were invited to speak about trends and share company success stories.

The summit was supported by Incentive, Conference & Event Society and sponsored by SPG, HotelGG, Value Retail, Sun Island, Singapore Tourism Board, New Zealand Tourism Board among others.

Prior to the 2016 event, the event was branded the China Conference, Meeting & Incentive Travel Forums (CCMIT) and China Corporate Travel Management Summit (CCTM).

Merisis Consulting hosted both summits in Hangzhou and Suzhou respectively. Both cities are about two hours away from Shanghai by high-speed train.

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