Blend­ing busi­ness & re­cre­ation

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I feel that the MiCE busi­ness in In­dia needs to walk a long dis­tance among MiCE co­or­di­na­tors world­wide. The tourism area, par­tic­u­larly the MiCE seg­ment has a jus­ti­fi­able rea­son to cheer. With the ad­vent of new lo­cales for des­ti­na­tion wed­dings and for suited meet­ings, the in­dus­try is wit­ness­ing a surge in pre-book­ings and in ex­pe­ri­en­tial travel as well. As per book­ings, MiCE plan­ners are mostly en­gaged all year round. Small ur­ban ar­eas or the ur­ban com­mu­ni­ties lack re­quired frame­work to con­duct events. The ur­ban com­mu­ni­ties re­quire in­fra­struc­ture as well as need tourist at­trac­tions, since MiCE events en­able blend­ing busi­ness and re­cre­ation.”

In­der­pal Singh Vice Pres­i­dent – Busi­ness De­vel­op­ment & Op­er­a­tions Cor­po­rate Al­liance Group

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