Perfect China selects Adelaide for incentive

Perfect China, a health, kitchenware and personal care products company, has selected Adelaide in Australia for an incentive for 3,000 delegates in June.

Swee Lian Woo, president of Perfect China
Swee Lian Woo, president of Perfect China

Top sales representatives from the company will head to Adelaide on 17 – 20 June and 24 – 27 June for an incentive tour. This will be the third time Perfect China has chosen Australia for such a large incentive group and their first trip to Adelaide.

Swee Lian Woo, president of Perfect China, added: "We are very impressed by the attentiveness of Adelaide Convention Bureau, Tourism Australia and South Australian Tourism Commission.

"Designed to recognise the extraordinary performance of our delegates, I am confident that the incentive programme in Adelaide will offer a great opportunity for them to learn and communicate. Perfect China has always been advocating Civilized Travel and received many favourable comments from the destinations. We look forward to working even more closely in the coming months to create a memorable experience for our delegates, as well as a mind-broadening trip."

Commenting on the incentive win, Damien Kitto, CEO of the Adelaide Convention Bureau, said: "Perfect China's decision to choose Adelaide as its incentive destination demonstrates the appeal of our city to one of our most important tourism markets. To win the opportunity to host this group, we had to demonstrate that Adelaide has a world class offering, with the capability to host a programme that will inspire Perfect China delegates. With Adelaide’s rich diversity of venues, premium produce, pristine natural wonders, and perfect climate, we are confident that the beachside city will deliver an unforgettable event.

"This outcome is a direct result of the close working relationships we have with The South Australian Tourism Commission and the City of Adelaide, and we’re looking forward to inspiring The Perfect China’s company’s top performers during their time in Adelaide."

 

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