Paul Evans joins micebook's inaugural advisory meeting

Online event platform micebook has hosted its inaugural advisory meeting, to introduce new team members including Paul Evans as MICE marketing consultant and Sarah Threlfall as lead developer.

micebook meeting
micebook meeting

Held in partnership with Four Seasons Hotels & Resort, Four Seasons Resort Marrakech and Four Seasons Casablanca, the event was attended by C&I representatives from corporates, global hotel brands, freelance professionals DMCs and agencies including Adding Value, Crown, The Black Tomato Agency, MCI, AYMTM, Purple Dog Solutions, Touch Associates and TFI Group.

The evening provided an overview of achievements to date for micebook 1.0, and introductions to newly appointed micebook team members including freelance events specialist Sarah Threllfall as lead developer and Paul Evans of Eveology as marketing lead.

The event also discussed key insights for the development plans of micebook 2.0 and initial design proposals.

Chetan Shah, founder of micebook, said: "We are delighted with response to our plans, the fantastic interest level and commitment of our advisory members. We have set the foundations for a dynamic new tool to support all sectors. We are committed to engage the industry in developing a much needed tool which can significantly benefit both buyers and suppliers in a dynamic and inspiring way"

The next advisory meeting will be held by micebook at The Meetings Show in June.

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