Thailand Convention and Exhibitions Bureau appoints Hills Balfour

Hills Balfour has won a bid to develop Thailand Convention and Exhibitions Bureau's (TCEB) meeting and incentive business across the UK and Europe.

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Following bids from agencies across Europe, Hills Balfour won the contract in October. The team will engage with buyers in primary markets in the UK, France and Germany to offer destination schemes to corporate groups including MICE Lane, Meet Double Cities, Meet Sustainable Way and Thailand Big Thanks.

 


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The Hills Balfour MICE team currently represents a number of leading destination convention bureau clients including Dubai Business Events, Eventing Milan, Hawaii Tourism Authority, Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, NYC & Company, Salzburg Convention Bureau and Vienna Convention Bureau.

Head of Hills Balfour MICE department, Paul Black, said: "The team and I are absolutely delighted to be working with TCEB on their UK and European activities. Thailand offers excellent options for corporate clients for meetings, incentives and large scale conferences.

"This, combined with the warm hospitality and professionalism found in Thailand towards the MICE sector in destination incentive schemes, CSR practices and community integration, make this a really exciting new partnership for us here at Hills Balfour MICE."

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