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eTurboNews : EIBTM signs agreement to stay in Spain through 2016
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EIBTM ( www.

eibtm.com ), the leading global event for the meetings, incentives, events, and business travel industry has confirmed that the show will remain in Barcelona until 2016 and will continue to be hosted in the Fira Gran Via.

Mr. Joan Gaspart, President of the Barcelona Tourisme Convention Bureau, said: “Barcelona as a European city has a lot of promise for the future. Both in terms of the meetings industry and the tourism industry as many have discovered the potential of the Catalan's capital. Our continued involvement with the EIBTM, helps us to reinforce our assessment.”

Graeme Barnett, Reed Travel Exhibitions, EIBTM Exhibition Director, commented: “EIBTM has become synonymous with Barcelona since we brought the show here in 2004. As one of the world's leading tourist centers with influences in commerce, education, entertainment, media, fashion, science, the arts, and sport, Barcelona is the ideal city for meetings, events, conferences, and in our case, EIBTM.”

Christoph Tessmar, Director, Barcelona Convention Bureau en Turisme de Barcelona commented: “We are very proud that the EIBTM will remain in our city. I am sure that the EIBTM and Barcelona will continue being the focus of the meetings industry during the forthcoming years.”

EIBTM 2013 will take place from November 19-21 in the Fira Gran Via Barcelona. For more information, visit www.eibtm.com .

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Source: eibtm.com
Publicat de: eTurboNews
Vineri, 30 Noiembrie 2012 - 04:15 AM
 

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