CONVENE – Baltic Sea Region Exhibition for Meetings, Events and Incentives

2014 CONVENE – Baltic Sea Region Exhibition for Meetings, Events and Incentives
CONVENE is a new business to business two day event for the meetings industry for the countries of the Baltic. It is intended to create an annual international show case for the regional meetings industry and accelerate the interest in, and demand for, holding meetings, incentives and conferences in the region.

Launched by Vilnius Convention Bureau the event offers a fully hosted buyer programme which will accommodate 160+ qualified buyers from whole Europe. Up to 100 exhibitors including convention bureaux, hotels, conference centres, special venues, DMCs, PCOs, specialist suppliers from Lithuania and six other countries of the region (Latvia, Estonia, Poland, Finland, Sweden, Russia) will showcase their meeting products and services. The event will again be supported by a major professional education programme and a series of high quality business networking events. CONVENE will offer a number of fam trips to Lithuania and neighbouring destinations that wish to host the international buyers attending the event.

With a strong focus on education and knowledge, CONVENE aims to equip the buyer and supplier communities with the tools to create more effective meetings and events.

Contacts
Vilnius Convention Bureau Tel. 370 5 212 2599
Fax. 370 5 262 8169 info@convene.lt

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