“Mallorca loves MICE“, born in 2017 as a meeting for professionals in the Meetings & Events sector, will celebrate its third edition in December 11 and 12, with the aim of promoting the creation of alliances between public and private initiative in Mallorca.
This year’s event will focus on three specific themes:
–Trends in events, at local and global level
–Irresistible technology for events
Like every year, different MICE destinations will participate in a round table in which they will share lessons.
And as always, the main nuclei of the event are training and networking: we invite outstanding speakers and encourage the creation of new contacts in entertaining and original activities.
For the first time, exhibitors will be offered the possibility to have a booth at the expo: Catering companies, suppliers of audiovisual or furniture for events, hostess agencies or companies of design and production of promotional materials, producers and marketers of merchandising or decoration for events.
In addition, Jorge Treceño, an expert in CSR, will offer a training on how to incorporate CSR into events.
The event program also includes transformative experiences for small groups, all of them focused on adding value to the destinations.
Students and unemployed people may register at a very low fare.
More information: https://mallorcalovesmice.com/
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