31 Jul Seoul, KTO, Gyeonggi, Incheon at ABM 2017 in Singapore
Seoul Joins KTO, Gyeonggi Province, and Incheon in Co-Marketing at ABM 2017 in Singapore
The ‘Metropolitan Incentive Meeting’ held at the ‘Asia Business Meet 2017 (ABM 2017)’ in Singapore from July 25 to 26 was attended by the Seoul Tourism Organization, Korea Tourism Organization, Gyeonggi Tourism Organization, and Incheon Tourism Organization.
ABM 2017 was co-hosted by ‘Northstar Travel Group’, a global travel media which includes four major MICE publication brands, and the ‘Singapore Association of Convention & Exhibition Organisers’. 60 buyers related to international conferences and corporate and incentive meetings from Europe, America, and Asia Pacific also took part.
The metropolitan incentive meeting selected ABM 2017 as its second project following the ‘India MICE Road Show’ which was co-hosted in March. The ABM luncheon co-hosted by the metropolitan council on the 26th introduced the support programs for people visiting Korea and a package that connects all the unique venues and tourist spots of Seoul, Gyeonggi, Incheon, and other cities to the hosted buyers. More people are expected to visit Korea through the cooperation of the three metropolitan cities.
※ Metropolitan Incentive Meeting: Initiated to jointly attract corporate conferences and incentives by the 2016 Korea Tourism Organization, Seoul Tourism Organization, Gyeonggi Tourism Organization, and Incheon Tourism Organization’s Convention Bureau (CVB)
The Seoul Tourism Organization also took part in the ‘Singapore MICE Forum 2017’ at the Sands Expo & Convention Center on July 27 and 28. As the representive MICE event in Singapore, now in its 7th edition this year, The Singapore MICE Forum carries out educational programs, B2B meetings, and other events during the annual Singapore MICE Week.
The metropolitan city of Seoul and Seoul Tourism Organization participated in the ‘Asia Business Meet’ and ‘Singapore MICE Forum’ held in Singapore to promote the Seoul MICE support package to buyers from Europe, American, and Asia Pacific and actively initiate new MICE events that can attract people to Seoul in the future.