BORNEO Convention Centre Kuching has introduced a Virtual Meeting Package as the venue prepares to host the Asia Pacific segment of the ICCA Congress 2020’s regional hubs.
Half-day meetings using the venue’s best technology MYR2,000 (about US$482) and full-day meetings at MYR3,000, to give clients more options for a successful, safe and smooth meeting.
The offer comes after the centre reopened in time to host the Post Covid-19 Tourism Sectors Dialogue Session with the state of Sarawak’s ministry of tourism, arts and culture on June 22 followed by the hybrid BESarawak: Tribal Gathering 2020 event on July 9.
Sarawak will be the Asia Pacific regional hub as the ICCA Congress is livestreamed from Kaohsiung Exhibition Centre, Taiwan, November 1-3. The regional hub will be based at the 13,175 sqm Borneo Convention Centre Kuching (BCCK).
“This year’s ICCA Congress will be the first global-hybrid experience that ICCA has ever organised, merging traditional with modern as we meet virtually from across the globe,” said Wilson Baya Dandot, executive director of BCCK.
“We’re excited to be able to be the venue of choice for the Asia Pacific regional hub on this historic occasion. We are also happy to welcome ICCA back to our centre more, coming full circle from when we first hosted them for the 55th ICCA Congress in 2016.”
BCCK has also partnered with Malaysia Convention and Exhibition Bureau for the “Lets Meet Tomorrow” and “Let’s Meet Locally” campaigns aimed at stimulating the domestic business events industry,
The venue is also working with Sarawak Convention Bureau and local business event industry members to spearhead homegrown events focused on revitalising the industry on a state level.