In Pictures: MPI EMEC 2016 - part 1

The MPI European Meetings & Events Conference (EMEC) 2016 saw delegates visit Copenhagen Street Food last night (7 February), followed by educational sessions and brainfood snacks this morning.

MPI Conference 2016 kicks off in Copenhagen
MPI Conference 2016 kicks off in Copenhagen

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Some 400 event professionals have travelled to Denmark for EMEC 2016, which kicked off yesterday with an interactive opening session led by Bo Kruger, owner of Moving Minds.

Delegates enjoyed a trip to Copenhagen Street Food in the evening, a dedicated eatery and events venue in the Christianshavn district. With everything from curry to pancakes on the menu, visitors were able to choose from more than 20 food and drink stalls.

Later in the evening, sport enthusiasts stayed up to watch The Super Bowl, with a dedicated watch party at the Radisson Blu hotel.

This morning kicked off with an interactive group activity, followed by educational meetings and a networking session fuelled by brain food – all made with fresh, locally sourced ingredients and natural sweeteners. 

More from MCI EMEC 2016:

MCI EMEC 2016 kicks off in Copenhagen

See pictures from last year's event:

In Pictures: MCI EMEC 2015- part 1

In Pictures: MCI EMEC 2015 - part 2

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