Baku to host B2B Luxury and MICE Workshop

The 6th B2B Luxury & MICE Workshop, a traditional annual conference for travel industry professionals, is to be held at the JW Marriott Hotel in Baku on February 16

Baku, Azerbaijan.
Baku, Azerbaijan.

Event organizers TMI Consultancy say that the conference will be attended by tourism companies in Azerbaijan’s luxury tourism segment, in addition to representatives of foreign five-star hotels, tour operators and tourism offices from different countries and regions, according to local media.

The B2B Luxury & MICE Workshop also features conferences in Almaty, Kazakhstan on February 14 and in Tbilisi, Georgia on February18.

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The Workshop involves hotels and hotel groups including as Belmond (worldwide), Grecotel (Greece), Kilit Hospitality Group (Turkey) and Célestins Vichy Spa Hôtel (France).

Representatives of tourism offices will also be in attendance, including: Baden-Wuerttemberg (Germany), Travel Central (Singapore) and T. I. M. EEurope (Germany), Intercontinental Hotel Vienna (Austria).

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