Now in its fourth year, Worldwide Watch is an EIBTM
initiative to identify the most innovative technology development or product breakthrough that will have the most positive impact on the incentive, business travel and meetings industry.
The company selecyed by a panel of industry personel will receive the opportunity to present their product on the main stage of EIBTM 2003(20-22 May, Palexpo, Geneva) to more than 10,000 exhibitors, press and visitors as well as display their product at the MPI Technology Village @ EIBTM .
EIBTM 2003 is focusing on technology following the survey by members of MPI highlighting technology as the most important issue in their jobs today.
Sandie McCoubrey, EIBTM’s Marketing Manager, believes the creation of MPI Technology Village @ EIBTM along with the appointment of Corbin Ball cements EIBTM’s position as the leading international industry forum, but reveals there is more to come: “We are delighted to strengthen our partnership with MPI and to offer this unique insight into the ever-changing world of technology. We are committed to providing the industry with an event where attendees can develop and do business and also learn and improve the way they do business. Partnering with a strong brand such as MPI and enlisting industry leaders such as Corbin Ball bring new ideas and expertise to EIBTM. We are continually looking at ways to improve the event and will be announcing further partnerships and innovations in the near future for 2003 and for EIBTM 2004 in Barcelona.”
New chairman, Corbin Ball said: “Technology is changing the face of the meetings and incentives industry and encouraging and recognising international innovation in this area benefits us all.”
Companies that would like to promote a technology product to key meeting planners
and buyers during EIBTM and be a part of the new MPI Technology Village @ EIBTMshould contact Reed Travel Exhibitions on firstname.lastname@example.org .
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