ITE & MICE 2017 - The 31st International Travel Expo Hong Kong & the 12th MICE Travel Expo

2017-06-15 - 2017-06-18
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ITE Hong Kong 2017, which integrates successfully leisure focused 31ST ITE and 12th ITE MICE, maintains separate trade/MICE days and public/FIT days each with its own promotion, and highlight theme travels which are attractive to affluent travelers including FIT. Its trade visitors mainly come from Hong Kong (Asia’s 3rd largest) and mainland China, the world’s largest source market. So in “Trade Days”, our exhibitors can meet travel trade from Hong Kong and China, MICE, corporations for trade promotions and channel sale, and affluent FIT in “Public Days” for retail sale and public promotions in one stop – ITE!
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Professional worked in Travel Agent / Tour Operator, Airline, Hotel and other travel Industry,Travel trade Publication / Media, etc/Professional involved in Company's business travel budgeting / bookings / policy settings; Planning & organising events / meetings / incentive trips; Managing the business travel budget; Deciding incentive for employees, etc.

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Airlines / Airport Services/Attractions/ Museum/ Theme Parks/Cruise Holiday/Ground Transportation (Car Rental, Coach, Railway) /Honeymooning / Overseas Wedding /Hotels / Accommodation Providers/NTOs / Tourism Authority / Travel Association /Online Travel / Technology/Other travel related products / services suppliers/Special Themes Holidays (Adventure, Casinos, Diving, Food &Wine, Golf, Skiing, Sports/Yacht, Cultural & Heritage?Eco-Tourism, Safari, etc) /Study Tour/ Youth Travel/Tour Operators / Travel Agents /Travel Media / Publication /Training for Travel Industry /Travel Insurance/ Banking /Wellness & Medical Tourism (Hospital, Medical & Health care centre, spa, beauty & cosmetic centre, hot spring, etc)

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