In Pictures: AccorHotels Global Meetings Exchange 2017

See pictures from AccorHotel's Global Meetings Exchange (GME) which saw 260 event professionals from across the globe gather in Barcelona on 15-19 March.

AccorHotels Global Meetings Exchange 2017
AccorHotels Global Meetings Exchange 2017

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AccorHotels four-day Global Meetings Exchange (GME) took place at the Fairmont Rey Juan Carlos I, with more than 150 event planners from around the world and representatives from 50 hotels across the Accor Luxury Brands including Raffles, Fairmont, Sofitel, Pullman, Swissôtels and MGallery.

It was the first time the annual MICE event was run under the AccorHotels brand since it took over FRHI Hotels & Resorts last year.

In addition to one-to-one business sessions between suppliers and buyers, and content sessions on topics including economic trends, meetings industry trends and personalisation, attendees chose from a number of activities on Saturday afternoon including a cultural tour of Barcelona, a visit to Camp Nou, the home of Barcelona FC, wine tasting, sailing regatta or super cars.

 


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