Visit Finland Winter Sports Seminar in Beijing, September 9

Winter Sports Seminar in Beijing on 9 September during the Finland Day at World Winter Sports Expo (WWSE) Beijing (7.-10.9.2017).

Place: China National Convention Center
Time: 9 September 2017 13.00-16.00
Target groups: Winter Sports tour operators and tour organisers, (sports) media (50-70 pax)
Participation fee: EUR 300/company/person, additional person EUR 150, max 2 persons from the same company

– 3-5 hour seminar and face to face meetings with invitees
– Company and product information in seminar materials
– Entrance fee for WWSE on 9 September

WWSE2022 Expo is the official winter sports expo and conference of the Beijing 2022 Olympic preparations program. It is organized by the Beijing Olympic City Development Center, BODA and the International Data Group (IDG). www.wwse2022.com/en

The Finland Paviljon at WWSE is coordinated by World Snow & Ice Forum (WSIF) www.wsif.fi, a non-profit organization accelerating the growth of winter sports culture and related industries in China.

Information and registration for the seminar: Anne Lind, Project Manager, Sports and Educational Travel, Finpro, Visit Finland +358 40 570 4335, anne.lind@visitfinland.com

Information about the Finland Paviljon and participation fees:
Annamari Lammassaari, Secretary General, annamari.lammassaari@wsif.fi
Minna-Maija Jokisalo, Excecutive Producer, minna-maija.jokisalo@hotmail.com

ITB Asia, Singapore 2017

25 – 27 October 
– Sands and Expo Convention Centre, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
Corporate, MICE, Leisure – 14,800 sqm gross space
– 5,440 conference minutes
– 250+ travel trade medias
– 195 high level speakers
Key Highlights
– 15,000 exclusive pre-scheduled meetings between buyers & exhibitor prior
to show
– Buyer Split: 45% Leisure, 33% MICE, 22% Corporate

Visit Finland contact person: Ulla Remes, ulla.remes@visitfinland.com

Registration and further information: Mikko Nummi, mikko.nummi@messuille.fi

Invitation Visit Finland stand ITB ASIA 2017

Participation fees, dead lines (in Finnish)