Indonesia readies for a new era of MICE

Indonesia has been paving the way for a business events recovery as the world awakens from the Covid-19 slumber, establishing health and safety protocols, plugging the critical role of business events in economic stimulation, and pushing on with destination developments.

Learn how Indonesia, and Bali in particular, is laying the ground work for a return of business events

In a one-hour panel discussion on November 19 from 13.30 to 14.30 (GMT +8), Indonesia’s influential business events industry leaders will spill details on how the country is reviving its MICE industry and the many opportunities available to organisers to deliver an exciting and successful business event.

Panellists include Rizki Handayani, deputy minister for tourism product and events, Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy of the Republic of Indonesia; Hosea Andreas Runkat, vice chairman for venue, Indonesia Convention & Exhibition Bureau; Ratna Ning, vice president, Pacto Convex Niagatama; and Ida Bagus Agung Partha Adnyana, executive director, Bali Tourism Promotion Board.

The event, to be broadcasted live during IT&CMA Virtual 2020, is branded under Travel Spark by TTG Asia Media, a new initiative to support trade players in their efforts to spark off travel and events desire, and speed up business recovery.

Registration is now open.

Sponsored Post