This incentive trend allows participants to delve into local business environments, fostering connections and expanding industry knowledge.
In recent years, extending business travel after attending exhibitions has back as an incentive trend. Recognizing that mere exhibition participation may not fully meet the needs of employees, businesses have embraced the concept of extending business travel to provide a fresh approach that enables employees to gain deeper insight into the destination’s business environment and expand their industry knowledge and networks. MEET TAIWAN recently facilitated a delegation of nearly 50 employees and partners of a renowned Australian ICT company, Bluechip Infotech, that chose to stay in Taiwan for an extended business trip following their participation in COMPUTEX in May.
This incentive trend allows participants to delve into local business environments, fostering connections and expanding industry knowledge. Bluechip Infotech’s delegation engaged in meetings, site visits, and knowledge-sharing sessions with Taiwanese counterparts. They explored partnerships, emerging technologies, and gained valuable insights into the local ICT market. Cultural experiences and visits to renowned attractions were also part of the itinerary.
MEET TAIWAN takes pride in its commitment to promoting Taiwan as a prime destination for incentive travel and corporate conferences. With its robust networks and deep industry knowledge, MEET TAIWAN strives to attract multinational enterprises to explore the wealth of opportunities Taiwan has to offer. By ensuring seamless coordination and delivering unparalleled conference solutions, MEET TAIWAN aims to position Taiwan as the go-to choice for companies seeking a seamless blend of business and leisure.
Looking ahead to 2023, MEET TAIWAN is poised to intensify its promotional campaigns, further solidifying Taiwan’s status as the premier destination for corporate conferences. By highlighting the country’s exceptional infrastructure, dynamic business environment, and unique blend of professional and leisure offerings, MEET TAIWAN attracts multinational companies seeking impactful conference experiences. The collaboration between Bluechip Infotech and MEET TAIWAN showcases Taiwan’s immense potential as a significant business destination and underscores the value of extended business travel as an innovative incentive model.
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