MEET TAIWAN Launches MICE Subsidy Programmes

May 12, 2015

The Taiwan External Trade Development Council’s (TAITRA) flagship MICE promotional programme, MEET TAIWAN, recently introduced the “Taiwan Value Go” and “Taiwan Meeting and Incentive Rewards Program” to serve overseas MICE visitors.

The “Taiwan Value Go” program features the cultural experiences that overseas MICE visitors can enjoy during itineraries which are centred around nine international exhibitions around Taiwan. TAITRA aims to attract meetings and incentives groups by providing local event organisers and partners sponsorships ranging from US$326 to US$3,260 depending on the size of MICE visitor groups.

The “Taiwan Meeting and Incentive Rewards Program” consists of two parts – an inspection package and a group package. Applicants can benefit from consultation on site inspections and partial subsidies for accommodation, flights, and dining from the inspection package. The group package meanwhile offers hospitality services for guests.

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