Week in Pictures: ISES TweeTour; Air Mauritius; Visit England Oxo2

The ISES TweeTour kicked off in Dublin this week while guests enjoyed Visit England's Winter Party at the Oxo2 and an Air Mauritius showcase at the Haymarket Hotel.

  • Air Mauritius hosted agencies and corporates at the Haymarket Hotel in London last night (15 Nov)

    Air Mauritius hosted agencies and corporates at the Haymarket Hotel in London last night (15 Nov)

  • Guests enjoyed the photo booth at the event, which took place in the swimming pool area

    Guests enjoyed the photo booth at the event, which took place in the swimming pool area

  • ISES TweeTour kicked off in Dublin

    ISES TweeTour kicked off in Dublin

  • Business Tourism Scotland conference

    Business Tourism Scotland conference

  • Visit England's showcase at the Oxo2

    Visit England's showcase at the Oxo2

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The International Special Events Society (ISES)'s UK chapter and Tourism Ireland kicked off its experiential TweeTour in Dublin, the first of three live Twitter tours taking place across the Emerald Isle this month. 

Guests enjoyed the annual Mauritius MICE Networking Event in the swimming pool area at the Haymarket Hotel in London last night (14 Nov).

Visit England's 'Pop-Up England' Winter Party took place at the Oxo2 on Tuesday (12 November).

More than 300 delegates enjoyed the Business Tourism Scotland conference, organised by Visit Scotland and Scottish Enterprise, which took place at the SECC Glasgow.

This week's top stories:

Hyde quits Barbican after 13 years

Vodafone appoints HRG

MCI acquires Congrex Belgium from administration

Incentive travel on the rise, says report

Scottish hoteliers and venues told to adapt for 'Generation Y'

 


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