Congress Tourism growth in Berlin

Our point of view about Hospitality, Travel and Tourism - Tourism consulting and online booking

Congress Tourism growth in Berlin

Berlin, positive signals from the MICE … Meeting Incentive Congress Events
The German capital has closed the first half of 2012 with the plus sign for congress tourism.  
According to figures released by VisitBritain, a body to promote tourism and convention bureau, from January to June 2012 were held 57,800 events with an increase of 8, 1 per cent compared to the same period of 2011. The participants in total were 4.6 million, an increase of seven percentage points. Hotels with conference facilities were the most sought after location (2.8 million participants, an increase of three per cent compared with 2011) but a good performance was also recorded by the location more new and original as the modern Tempodrom or the Kalkscheune. The conferences were hosted mainly physicians (18 percent) and political (16 percent). 14 percent actually involved in the banking, commercial and insurance.
(Source : Meeting & Congressi Online)


No Responses

  1. My partnesr and I absolutely love your blo and find the majority of your post’s to be exactly I’m looking for.
    Would you offer guest writers to write content for you personally?

    I wouldn’t mind composing a post oor elaborating on a
    few of tthe subjects yyou write rewgarding here.
    Again, awesome weblog!

  2. Luisa Rex says:

    Hi, thanks for your feedback…I appreciate it. If you want to cooperate, I can accept with pleasure guest bloggers who write about hospitality, Travel, tourism or social media…If you think you want to contribute, write me an email and I’ll be glad to provide you all the information you may need 🙂
    Thank again, Luisa

Leave a Reply

This website stores some user agent data. These data are used to provide a more personalized experience and to track your whereabouts around our website in compliance with the European General Data Protection Regulation. If you decide to opt-out of any future tracking, a cookie will be set up in your browser to remember this choice for one year. I Agree, Deny