Asian cruise development, MICE potential to be discussed at inaugural MICE cruise conference

Performance onboard Star Cruises
One of the entertainment options onboard Star Cruises

Asia’s development as a cruise playground and key source market for regional and global cruising, as well as the growth potential for business events on the high seas, will be among the many topics addressed by three cruise industry leaders at the inaugural Asian MICE Cruise Conference.

Taking place in Bangkok on September 18, the opening panel session entitled Cruise CEO Panel, will feature Royal Caribbean Cruises’ managing director Angie Stephen; Worldwide Cruise Associates’ co-founder and president, Steve Bloss; and Genting Cruise Lines’ senior vice president – international sales, Michael Goh.

One of the entertainment options onboard Star Cruises

The three panelists, who possess vast cruise industry experience, will also offer interesting insights on how competitive cruise lines are developing attractive hardware and onboard experiences that would appeal to business event groups, and what more could be done to enable destinations, travel agents and event planners to benefit from the cruise industry’s progress.

This half-day event will be held at the Bangkok Convention Centre at CentralWorld from 09.00, and is free for all registered IT&CMA and CTW Asia-Pacific 2018 delegates.

Industry players who are not registered for IT&CMA and CTW Asia-Pacific 2018 are welcome, and can secure a complimentary seat now.

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