ibtm china’s Knowledge Programme Draws Record Attendance

October 14, 2015

ibtm china’s Knowledge Programme, which took place at the China National Convention Centre (CNCC) in Beijing last month, was the best attended to date.
 
“We are extremely pleased with the attendance at this year’s Knowledge Programme in China,” said Cici Chen, ibtm china Event Manager.

He added, “Furthermore, in-depth analysis and research has confirmed that primary reasons for increased attendance were the sessions’ relevance to participant’s needs and the reputation of the presenters delivering the sessions. These findings confirm that as an event we are delivering a programme that is truly meeting the needs of the industry in China.”
 
A new initiative this year saw the introduction of seven ibtm events knowledge themes (www.ibtmevents.com/en/ibtm-knowledge), which helped drive increased participation.

Here are the most popular sessions:

From Idea To Fact: An ASAE Case Study For Planning An International Conference

The Big Data Marketing Of High-End Thematic Travel

Views Of The Future -Ten Trends In The MICE Industry

Communication – Create Win-Win Results For MICE Procurement (The New Trends For MICE In The Internet Era), which saw standing room only available for a number of attendees.
 
“I've attended ibtm china for several years, I ensure that every year I make time for the educational programme to learn and to explore,” Y Hung said. “The panel discussions and case studies are very helpful to my work, especially those sessions delivered by international speakers that helped me broaden my horizons.”
 
Mingrui Qiao, Senior Account Manager, Caixin Media Company, added, “Each topic delivered a clear view and was very future focused. I gained a lot by attending the Knowledge Programme, will definitely attend again next year.”
 

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