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Show Off
All aboard for another great Show Off

FROM conference cruising and MICE organisers’ tours in Hong Kong to a networking evening for AIME attendees in Melbourne, America's Got Talent winners Sirio-A in Macau and a new F&B course for KLCC, it has been a pretty busy time on the Show Off front. Do you have an event you’d like to share? If so, click the orange Show Off link above and follow the simple on-screen instructions. In picture order:


GROUP travel and conference organisers gathered at Kai Tak Cruise Terminal for a cruise industry briefing from Meetings and Exhibitions Hong Kong. Before touring the World Dream vessel moored at Kai Tak, attendees heard presentations on how they could combine MICE itineraries with an ocean-liner experience.


MEETINGS and Events Hong Kong, the business events arm of the region’s tourism board, treated more than 60 top MICE organisers from China, Indonesia, India, Korea and Thailand to a tour of the city and a gala awards ceremony at Marriott Ocean Park.


SOUTH Wharf Events laid on a fiery evening of Asia Pacific F&B and entertainment when it hosted a networking evening for AIME attendees in Melbourne. Lamps that warmed the Australian winter evening occasionally flared, adding to the atmosphere.


SANDS Resorts Macao honoured 21 of its high-achieving trade partners at a sales appreciation gala dinner at The Parisian Macao. America’s Got Talent winners Sirio-A – a video-projection dance group – took to the stage to amaze 240 guests.


KUALA Lumpur Convention Centre is signing up with London’s City & Guilds to organise an F&B specialist course for business events. From left: KLCC HR director, Muhammad Vickneswaran; Victoria Horrox, City & Guilds’ head of sales for East Asia; Alan Pryor, the centre’s general manager; and Aizat Hashim, from training provider GO1, after the MoU signing.

Submitted on 31 Mar 2019
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