Raising the profile of Thailand’s MICE venues

BANGKOK, 2 October 2018: Leaders in Thailand’s events business and members of the working group of the Thailand MICE Venue Standard met at the weekend.

Part of the agenda focused on the selection process for the next batch of candidates applying for the Thailand Mice Venue Standard.

Organised by the Thailand Convention & Exhibition Bureau, the working committee of Thailand MICE Venue Standards (TMVS) meets to supervise the process that guides venues that have applied for the nation-wide standard.

TCEB designed the Thailand standard, the first of its kind in the region and was subsequently assigned by the Ministers of Tourism of ASEAN to a create venue standard for the 10-nation group.  The first successful venues were awarded the regional certificates in August.

Seen here at the Thailand MICE Venue Standards Meeting are: Sumate Sudasna (4th from left), president, Thailand Incentive and Convention Association (TICA); Orachorn Wongpan-ngam (far left), director MICE Capabilities Department; Wantana Jangprajak (2nd from left), deputy director-general department of Tourism, Ministry of Tourism and Sports; Taweesak Wanijareoen (3rd from left), deputy permanent secretary; Talun Theng (5th from left), president, Thai Exhibition Association (TEA); Punnee Angsusingha (6th from left), president, Management System Certification Institute (Thailand) and  Sakol Tinagul (7th from left), inspector general Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment.

The meeting was held at the Management System Certification Institute (Thailand).