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Saudi Arabia joins ICCA

RIYADH, 25 days ago

Following its success in marketing the country as a top mice destination, the Saudi Exhibition & Convention Bureau has become a member of the International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA) and has invested in a much larger stand at IMEX in Frankfurt 2018

A total of 23 venues, event organisers and services companies from the kingdom will be partnering with the SECB for the event. In addition, the SECB has become a sponsor of the IMEX Policy Forum.

Eng Tariq Al-Essa, CEO of the SECB, said: “Becoming a member of the ICCA is testimony to our commitment to engaging in the meetings industry worldwide. This will enable us to utilise the expertise of the ICCA and enhance the meetings business of Saudi Arabia.”

The 23 partners on the stand will provide an excellent selection of the extensive range of over 500 first class hotels, convention and exhibition facilities available in the leading cities across the country. These venues are the culmination of significant investment by the kingdom in infrastructure that has transformed the meetings industry to welcome bigger business events. They are also supported and complemented by the establishment of the Saudi Academy for Event Management, opened in March 2017.

Al-Essa said: “As the worldwide exhibition for incentive travel, meetings and events, IMEX in Frankfurt is an ideal opportunity for us to build on the strong interest and connections that we have created among influential meetings planners from around the world, especially within associations, to meet them and show them the many superb facilities that Saudi Arabia can offer.” - TradeArabia News Service
 




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