Four Seasons marks Global Meetings Industry Day

Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts has launched a campaign that profiles the importance of business meetings and incentive travel around the world

Four Seasons has launches the Global Meetings Industry Day campaign.
Four Seasons has launches the Global Meetings Industry Day campaign.

Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts has launched a global campaign to pay tribute to its staff for hosting “thoughtfully created” business meetings and events.

Four Seasons said the 2019 Global Meetings Industry Day (GMID) celebrates the staff of the hotel who go “above and beyond” to provide event experiences for guests.

The hotel described meetings and events as an “important business” for Four Seasons and said no event was “identical”.

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“Our Four Seasons meeting and events team are true masters of their craft, creating personalised, innovative events that make the extraordinary happen,” said Four Seasons’ senior vice president for sales and hotel marketing, Ben Trodd.

“On Global Meetings Industry Day, we thank our partners for entrusting us with their most high-profile gatherings, and we also recognise the talented Four Seasons craftspeople who transform our properties and bring these events to life.”

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