The MEET TAIWAN networking event will return for its annual Singapore destination roadshow with its latest MICE and incentive travel campaign, High Five Taiwan.
Organised by the Taiwan External Trade Development Association (TAITRA) and powered by TTG Events, a delegation of nine Taiwanese MICE companies that include representatives from travel agencies, airlines, venues, DMCs and Taipei City Government, will meet with 80 buyers and media in Taiwan on 27 June 2018 at Mandarin Orchard Hotel.
Guests also get to virtually experience Taiwan’s 360 High Five Taiwan campaign with an immersive glimpse into the beauty of Taiwan’s nature, food, sights, people and culture, and tradition within the metropolitan city through a VR showcase.
Jessie Tseng, executive director of MEET TAIWAN says: “Taiwan is rated one of the most ideal destinations for incentive travels within Asia. Nature and culture surrounds us and we have exceptionally modern facilities coupled with technology and mature infrastructure, numerous resources within our MICE programme, and most importantly, the Taiwanese enthusiasm and hospitality.”
The half-day event will include Taipei city government representatives presenting on the many initiatives and subventions available to organisers.
Representative from the Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Taiwan’s largest tradeshow venue, will also unveil details of their second mega hall slated to officially open early 2019 and which has already started taking venue bookings.
The roadshow will culminate in a themed panel discussion by Eagle Tour, Lion Travel Service, and Taiwan Tour Travel on the ease of creating unforgettable experiences in Taiwan.
The Asia Super Team campaign also returns with the theme ‘Dare To Future’. Each year, a chosen corporate team from eight targeted countries – Korea, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, and the Philippines – come to Taiwan and compete while experiencing Taiwan’s MICE facilities, scenic locations, cultures, and unique city features through play. The winning team is then awarded a Taiwan incentive travel package valued at US$50,000.