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BITEC RECEIVES TWO INTERNATIONAL MICE VENUE STANDARD AWARDS, ACCELERATING UPGRADES TO THE WORLD’S LEADING MICE HUBS
Dear UIA members,
Subvention is a widely discussed topic in the event industry. Where one sees it as a poorly justified incentive, others see it as a necessity and a business enabler. Decennia have passed since subventions were first introduced in the event industry and as our industry evolves, so do the practice and the attitudes around the subject.
The University of Turku has been granted the biennial European Conference on Developmental Psychology. The Conference will be held in Turku, Finland on 28 August – 1 September, 2023.
Busan MICE must go on
On April 14, the UN ECOSOC FfD Forum side-Event, organized by ISEA Foundation, was held under the theme of "Blockchain financial platform for automatic distribution" from 8:30 to 9:30 local time. This forum is a forum for development resources conducted by UN organizations and governments.
BITEC emphasizes its position as one of APAC's five leaders of the MICE industry certified by TIS 22300:2551, MICE Security Management System.
BITEC emphasizes its position as one of APAC five leaders of MICE industry certified by TIS 22300:2551, MICE Security Management System, since 2009 by Management System Certification Institute (Thailand), Thai Industrial Standards Institute, Ministry of Industry, upon the continual development and improvement of its security system with risk and threat assessment for activities organized and areas in BTIEC such as strict petrol, comprehensive controls of the electrical
Finland’s last restrictions on events will end at the end of September and business events are given a go-ahead to resume from October 1st.
As of October 1st, all restrictions on events will be lifted. However, the general hygiene requirements still apply to ensure the health and safety of customers and participants. In addition, restaurant operations are restricted regionally by government decree.
General hygiene requirements:
The International Federation of Hydrographic Societies (IFHS) has developed the Hydrographic Professional Accreditation Scheme (HPAS) to provide international recognition to hydrographic professionals in demonstrating their competency, educational background and career development.