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In spite of var­i­ous un­cer­tainty, eco­nomic fac­tors and se­cu­rity con­cerns, busi­ness does not stop. Com­pa­nies want to grow and peo­ple will con­tinue meet­ing to ex­change ideas, grow busi­ness and net­work amongst each other. A new re­port by Trav­el­port and the World Travel & Tourism Coun­cil (WTTC) in­di­cates that Busi­ness Travel sec­tor will grow by 3.7 per cent per year over the next decade. Re­leased at the WTTC Global Sum­mit in Bangkok, the re­port shows that the fastest growth for the busi­ness travel sec­tor is ex­pected in emerg­ing mar­kets, with Asia-Pa­cific lead­ing the way at a pre­dicted rate of 6.2 per cent each year till 2027.

Li­ons Clubs In­ter­na­tional an­nounced its first LCI­con in In­dia that will co­in­cide with cel­e­bra­tions of 75 years of in­de­pen­dence of In­dia in 2022. To be held in Delhi from July 1-5, 2022, LCI­con 2022 will be one of In­dia’s big­gest ever in­ter­na­tional con­ven­tions which ex­pects to host more than 35,000 Lion mem­bers from more than 120 coun­tries over five days. How­ever, the coun­try needs to keep work­ing on its in­fras­truc­ture as well as lo­gis­tics so that we may win the bids to many more such in­ter­na­tional con­fer­ence.

South Korea which is a 7-8 hour flight away from In­dia prom­ises to of­fer novel ex­pe­ri­ences to In­dian MICE groups. In our cover story, we try and dis­cover few of its MICE of­fer­ings.

Event or­gan­is­ers th­ese days are seen in­no­vat­ing, ideat­ing and im­ple­ment­ing con­tem­po­rary trends. We find out more in one of our fea­ture ar­ti­cle on events.

Mum­bai, the fi­nan­cial cap­i­tal of In­dia has a plethora of of­fer­ings in the MICE seg­ment, be­ing ex­hib­ited by its renowned ho­tels. Top hote­liers give in­sights.

Our coun­sel­lor Shivani Misri Sad­hoo shares tips on how the be­hav­iour of a man­ager can help gain the trust of em­ploy­ees while en­abling pro­duc­tiv­ity. Keep read­ing and giv­ing your feed­back to us at: mic­

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