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    • M.I.C.E Meetings Incentives Conventions Exhibitions
    • M.I.C.E Industry
      • Provides an important source of revenue for the country.
    • Meetings
      • Involve a group of people gathering for a common purpose . This includes training sessions for employees, business seminars and religious gatherings.
    • Incentives
      • Travel as a reward for sales or work performed by employees or dealers of certain products.
    • Conventions
      • Refers to the gathering of a group of delegates to exchange ideas, views and information of mutual interests.
    • Exhibitions
      • An event designed to bring in together purveyors of products, equipment and services in an environment in which they can demonstrate their products and services to a group of participants at a convention or trade show .
    • M.I.C.E : Key players
    • Key players to ensure effective operation within the m.I.c.e industry
      • Associations
      An organized body that exhibits some variety of volunteer leadership structure which may employ staff and that serves a group of people who have some interest that they share in common.
    • Convention centres
      • A public/ private assembly facility that is designed to host meetings and exhibits under one roof. It also provides banquet, F&B and concession service.
    • Tour operators
      • They are companies that contracts with hotels, transportation companies, and other suppliers to offer a tour package .
      • They help organise and arrange tours/ land services for both the participants as well as their spouses.
    • Hotels
      • Provides accommodation to participants
      • Cater meeting and convention facilities on a smaller scale.
    • Convention & visitor bureaus
      • Not-for-profit organisations designed to solicit visitors and conventions to a community.
      • Help to coordinate all activities surrounding meetings and conventions to include marketing the destination, providing information about host facilities.