It’s time for South European destinations and their MICE suppliers to take center stage and showcase their services to international event planners at this year’s MCE South Europe held in Rome on November 13-15.
While attending the sixth IMEX America in Las Vegas, Greek Alternate Tourism Minister Elena Kountoura promoted Greece's advantages as an ideal all year round destination that can host conferences, corporate meetings and events.
Athens is making a dynamic comeback in the global tourism and conference scene, not only as a destination recovering in a time of crisis, but as a city claiming the place it deserves among the major universal host destinations of international meetings.
The Hellenic Association of Professional Congress Organizers (HAPCO) has announced that it will hold a Think Forum in Athens with EFAPCO, the federation representing more than 1,500 meetings professionals, companies and institutions in 12 countries.
The Thessaloniki Convention Bureau (TCB) introduced Thessaloniki as a destination ideal for holding conferences and events at the seventh Conventa, a leading B2B event in the South East European region area that took place recently in Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Developing a strong conference tourism network and forming metropolitan centers with excellent infrastructure are at the center of the national tourism promotion strategy, according to Greek Tourism Minister Olga Kefalogianni.
Citing a considerable increase in conference tourism to Greece and the significant benefits to the country’s economy, the National Organization of Medicines (EOF) said on Monday that it was planning to actively promote conference tourism by bringing to the country large medical...
Thessaloniki's Olympic Museum and Mediterranean Palace Hotel have embarked on an initiative that aims to simultaneously boost the conference and cultural side of the Greek northern city to a global audience.
As part of its ongoing strategy to include all of the country’s productive forces in its conferencing activities, TIF-Helexpo invited chambers of commerce and local authorities across Greece to join them in a long-term partnership that will boost both local and national economies.
In its first months of operation, the Thessaloniki Convention Bureau (TCB) has laid the groundwork for the representation of the northern port city in the international market and its promotion as a prime MICE destination.