FRHI Global Meeting Exchange opens in Monte Carlo

More than 100 event planners from across the world will attend FRHI Hotels & Resorts' fifth Global Meeting Exchange, a four-day annual educational networking forum which kicks off at the Fairmont Monte Carlo today (9 July).

FRHI Hotels & Resorts' Global Meeting Exchange kicks off in Monte Carlo
FRHI Hotels & Resorts' Global Meeting Exchange kicks off in Monte Carlo
The group of 110 buyers are travelling from the UK, Europe, the UAE, Asia Pacific and the US, with the 40-strong UK contingent including representatives from Barclays, Deloitte, Freshfields, Eurofinance, Zibrant, Grass Roots, BCD M&I, BI Worldwide and Banks Sadler.

The programme will include one-to-one meetings; networking sessions; specific educational discussions and off-site activities designed to provide participants with an opportunity to get to know the destination.

During the four days, buyers will have an opportunity to meet senior FRHI personnel including the company president, Jennifer Fox and individual hotel representatives from all three hotel brands - Fairmont Hotels & Resorts, Raffles and Swissôtels

Meenaz Lilani, FRHI Hotels & Resorts executive director, global sales – EMEA & India, said: "The feedback from the previous Global Meeting Exchanges has been very positive, and a testament to the usefulness of structured 'face time' in an environment where people can exchange ideas and information."

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