The Indonesia Congress & Convention Association (INNCA) Bali Chapter was inaugurated on September 10 by the Governor of Bali, Dewa Beratha. Mice in Asia’s managing editor, Julia Douglas witnessed the ceremony held at the Government House in Denpasar. The magazine was also the co-sponsor for the Bali Education Day for Event Professionals organised by INCCA Bali at the Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa from September 11 to 12.
One of Asia’s Leading International Trade Fairs
The marketing team of Mice in Asia was in Hong Kong for the ITE MICE & ITE 2007. The ITE was supported by China National Tourism Administration, Hong Kong Tourism Board, Travel Industry Council of Hong Kong and Macau Governtion Tourist Office.
Pavillions at the ITE MICE & ITE in the Hong Kong Convention Centre.
Mice in Asia was distributed to exhibitors and trade visitors at the Thailand Travel Mart 2007. It was held from June 8 until June 10 at the IMPACT Exhibition Center in Bangkok.
The event involved 315 sellers from Thailand and other countries which included 224 hotels, five airlines, eight eco-tourism and adventure operators, 18 medical and health tourism facilites, 29 tour operators and 31 companies from the Greater Mekong Sub-Region.
Mrs Julia Douglas, managing editor of Mice in Asia with Mr Thanawat Sittitampichai, managing director of Rainbow Arokaya at Thailand Travel Mart (TTM) 2007.
Mice in Asia recently made its debut at the ‘Malaysia Night’ of the ATF (ASEAN Tourism Forum) in Singapore. The publisher of the magazine was also invited to introduce its inaugural issue to buyers and sellers of TRAVEX and representatives of the international media.
Held at the Ballroom of the Raffles Convention Centre on January 31, the evening was attended by more than 200 guests. The ‘Night’ was in celebration of Visit Malaysia Year 2007 which took off early this year.
With the editorial and production team working around the clock to meet the deadline to produce the magazine in time for the event, it was gratifying to know Mice in Asia, was warmly welcomed by many of the guests who attended the ‘Malaysia Night’. The publication was launched later in the evening by the Minister of Tourism of Malaysia as the first publication on MICE to be produced from Malaysia.
This was followed the next day, with a meeting of sellers participating in the travel mart, TRAVEX at Suntec Singapore which saw the publication making its foray into the MICE and travel organisations of several ASEAN countries.
Mrs Julia Douglas, Managing Editor of Mice in Asia with Datuk Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor, Minister of Tourism of Malaysia.
Guests at the Malaysia Night of ATF 2007.
A cultural dance from Malaysia.