Mactus chooses Cornucopia Events for staff event

Mactus, a Singapore-based entertainment provider, has chosen agency Cornucopia Events to run a celebration event for 11,000 staff in Thailand.

Mactus to hold concert event in Thailand for 11,000 staff
Mactus to hold concert event in Thailand for 11,000 staff

The live concert event will be held in 2018 at the Impact Arena for 42,000 guests in total, including suppliers and members of the public. The staff event at the concert is designed to celebrate employee success and showcase the company’s own capabilities in entertainment provisions.

Bands including Linkin Park and Maroon 5 will be performing at the event, which will also include a dinner and a full hospitality service with a bar and snacks.

Tricia Ng, assistant vice president at Mactus, said: " We are very excited to work with Mini and his team again and are looking forward to the F1H20 Concert in Thailand headlined by number of other international artists."

"Cornucopia Events were approached directly and while we needed to submit a detailed pitch document, we were not tendering against any other companies," said Mini Vohra, managing director of Cornucopia Events. "We’re delighted to be running the event for Mactus in 2018."

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