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Micecon Delegates tour Abreeza Mall

Micecon 2013 delegates in buses at Abreeza  © Jojie Alcantara 2013

Micecon 2013 delegates in buses © Jojie Alcantara 2013

Delegates from MICECON 2013 were given a leisurely excursion in the premises of Abreeza Mall as part of their Davao city tour last March 8.

Micecon 2013 delegates in Abreeza © Photos by Picture City/Abreeza

Micecon 2013 delegates in Abreeza © Photos by Picture City/Abreeza

 

Micecon 2013 delegates in Abreeza © Photos by Picture City/Abreeza

© Photos by Picture City/Abreeza

 

Micecon 2013 delegates in Abreeza © Photos by Picture City/Abreeza

© Photos by Picture City/Abreeza

 

Micecon 2013 delegates in Abreeza © Photos by Picture City/Abreeza

© Photos by Picture City/Abreeza

Treated to a welcome program with snacks and drinks courtesy of Blugre in Abreeza, the guests from different regions and nations were serenaded with performing musicians and handed Davao-grown tokens from bracelets, notebooks from Tinalak and pomelos courtesy of Nenita Farms. These international delegates enjoyed the cozy ambience that the mall infuses.

Micecon 2013 delegates in Abreeza  © Photos by Picture City/Abreeza

Micecon 2013 delegates in Abreeza © Photos by Picture City/Abreeza

 

Micecon 2013 delegates in Abreeza © Photos by Picture City/Abreeza

© Picture City/Abreeza

The Philippine M.I.C.E. Conference (MICECON) integrates two major Philippine M.I.C.E. Programmes: the long-running (since 1991) Philippine Incentive Marketing Conference (Phil-Incentive) organized by the Department of Tourism / Tourism Promotions Board (TPB) and the Meetings, Incentive Travel, Events/ Exhibitions Philippines Inc. (MITE Philippines); and the Philippine Asian M.I.C.E. Forum introduced in 2008 by the Philippine Association of Convention / Exhibition Organizers and Suppliers (PACEOS).

Micecon 2013 delegates in Abreeza © Photos by Picture City/Abreeza

Micecon 2013 delegates in Abreeza © Photos by Picture City/Abreeza

MICECON aims to provide a platform to integrate and strengthen all sectors involved in the Philippine Meetings, Incentives, Conventions and Exhibitions/Events (MICE) industry into one cohesive, comprehensive educational programme. It tackles a wide range of topics on: issues and trends in travel and tourism; and industry specific workshops on Meetings and Conventions, Incentive Travel, Exhibitions, Events, Marketing, Business, and Leadership.

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Micecon 2013 delegates in Abreeza © Photos by Picture City/Abreeza

© Picture City/Abreeza

 

Micecon 2013 delegates in Abreeza © Photos by Picture City/Abreeza

© Picture City/Abreeza

 

Micecon 2013 delegates in Abreeza © Photos by Picture City/Abreeza

© Picture City/Abreeza

 

Micecon 2013 delegates in Abreeza © Photos by Picture City/Abreeza

© Picture City/Abreeza

 

Micecon 2013 delegates in Abreeza © Photos by Picture City/Abreeza

©Picture City/Abreeza

 

 

 

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