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Thessaloniki Ready to Host MCE South Europe 2018 B2B Forum

The northern port city of Thessaloniki between October 21-23, will host the 4th MCE South Europe 2018 forum, one of the most highly respected and important events in the MICE tourism industry.

Organized by Europe Congress, the MICE B2B annual event is expected to attract some 200 industry professionals.

Aiming to create synergies among the participants, Europe Congress will bring together convention bureaus, tourism boards and MICE suppliers – hotels, DMCs, congress centers – from Southern Europe. Furthermore, industry suppliers will have the chance to participate in 35 pre-scheduled and matchmade meetings with event planners.

“Greece’s popularity is on the rise… Thessaloniki is an undiscovered pearl, that deserves to be in the spotlight for its history, renowned personalities, delicious cuisine, culture and lifestyle… also offering great views to Mount Olympus, known in mythology as ‘the house of gods’,” the organizers said in an announcement.

“The forum is the ideal opportunity for the promotion of the city as a MICE destination.”

Host venue: Makedonia Palace

The Makedonia Palace hotel.

The Makedonia Palace hotel.

The host venue for year’s edition of MCE South Europe will be the Makedonia Palace, a landmark hotel located in the coastal area of Thessaloniki.

Makedonia Palace conference room.

Makedonia Palace conference room.

“We are thrilled that the B2B appointments and accommodation will be hosted by Makedonia Palace. We will be delighted to showcase the vibrant city of Thessaloniki along with the most iconic hotel in Northern Greece,” said Eva Saringala, Director of Sales at Makedonia Palace.

Apart from B2B meetings, the 4th annual MCE South Europe will include numerous networking events and social gatherings in exclusive local venues.

The Thessaloniki Convention Bureau is among the forum’s partners.

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