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MICE

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MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions) Industry in
Middle East and South East Asia (including China)

Stages of Development
SWOT Analysis
Economic Impacts:
United Arab Emirates

Sustainable Development
Business Air Travel
Challenges and Futures
Conclusion
References
Middle East
China
South East Asia
Exploration
Development
Involvement
Turkey
United Arab Emirates
Exploration
Involvement
Development
South East Asia
Main Countries:
Malaysia
Singapore
Indonesia
Thailand
Philippines
Economic Impacts:
Singapore

Main stages of MICE development in Middle East
Main stages of MICE development in China
Exploration
Involvement
Development
Consolidation
“Top international meeting countries in 2012”
by Union of International Associations

No.1 Singapore:
952 International meetings


Strengths
Opportunities
Weaknesses
Threats
Middle East
Southeast Asia(include China)
Easy Access and convenient air transportation
Increasing investments on infrastructure
Fast economic development
Government support
Convenient transportation
Lack of some resources (like water)
Southeast Asia(include China)
Middle East
Less experienced compared to European countries
Expensive than some Asian counterparts
Relatively low cost of living
Significant wealth gap between countries in the region
Middle East
Southeast Asia(include China)
Southeast Asia(include China)
Middle East
GIBTM
(Gulf incentive business travel and meeting exhibition)
brings business chances
Strong economic growth brings opportunities
Increasing demand for business travel over the world
Unstable political conditions in some countries
Fierce competition from other countries both inside and outside the region
Possible natural disasters
Unawareness of sustainable development in some places
Southeast Asia:
The 2013 Responsible Business Forum Singapore
The Meet Green system
Noteworthy innovations





Middle East:
Masdar:Renewable potential
Middle East

Future:
Going for growth
Competition & co-operation

Challenges:
Safety
Resources

Middle East
China
South East Asia
Malaysia
Singapore
Indonesia
Thailand
Philippines
Development Stage
Thailand Business Events 2007-2013
21.4% of the total spending in tourism industry
Created 62 thousand jobs in 2013
Business travel spending is expected to grow by 4.2% in 2014
48.6% of the total spending in tourism industry
Created 71 thousand jobs in 2013
Business travel spending is expected to grow by 7.3% in 2014
Contents
Stages of Development
SWOT Analysis
Economic Impact on UAE & Singapore
Trends in Sustainability
Business Air Travel
Challenges & Futures
T3 Business Class Lounge
Masdar
Masdar Plaza
New Business Class
Long Haul Business Class
Medium & Short Haul Business Class
South East Asia

Future:
Economic growth
Competition & co-operation

Challenges:
Climate changes
Resources
Aviation safety

Presented by:
Yingying Zhang (Maggie)
Yiting Zhu (Aria)


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It takes a world: the Emirates group annual report 2012-13
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Emirates Executive (2013) ‘
Emirates Executive – your private jet service from Emirates, the Airline of the Year 2013
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Gitbm (2014) '
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Accessed 3rd April 2014

ICCA (2014) '
Number of International Association Meetings in the Middle East more than tripled in the last 10 yea
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ICCA (2013) '
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References (con.)
Masdar City (2013) ‘
Doing business in Masdar City
” Available at: http://masdarcity.ae/en/37/doing-business-in-masdar-city
Accessed 4th April 2014

Mortimore, R (2013) ‘
The future of travel and tourism in the middle east – a vision to 2020
” Available at: http://thegff.com/Publisher/File.aspx?id=14985
Accessed 5th April 2014

Paritosh, K (2011) 'PEST Analysis of MICE industry in Middle East' Available at: http://themanagmentguru.blogspot.co.uk/2011/01/pest-analysis-of-mice-industry-in.html
Accessed 1st April 2014

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Accessed 3rd April 2014

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’ Available at: http://globalinitatives.com/images/Sustainability%20Report.pdf
Accessed 4th April 2014

Singapore Airlines (2013)’
Onboard experience: business class
’ Available at: http://singapore.com/en_UK/flying-with-us/business-listing
Accessed 4th April 2014




TCEB (n.d.) '
MICE Statistics
' Available at: http://www.businesseventsthailand.com/why-thailand/resources/mice-statistics/
Accessed 4th April 2014

Woodworth, K (2012) ‘
Business travel by business travelers
’ Available at: http://egencia.fr/public/fr/media/resources/business_travellers_UK.pdf
Accessed 4th April 2014

World Travel & Tourism Council (2014) 'Economic Data Search Tool' Available at: http://www.wttc.org/research/economic-data-search-tool/
Accessed 1st April 2014

World Travel & Tourism Council (2014) '
Travel & Tourism Economic Impact 2014 Singapor
e' Available at: http://www.wttc.org/site_media/uploads/downloads/singapore2014.pdf
Accessed 1st April 2014

World Travel & Tourism Council (2014) '
Travel & Tourism Economic Impact 2014 United Arab Emirates
' Available at: hhttp://www.wttc.org/site_media/uploads/downloads/united_arab_emirates2014.pdf
Accessed 30th March 2014
References (con.)
Q & A
ICCA (2014)
ICCA (2013)
RAA De Lara & COS Har (2008)
WTTC (2014)
ICCA(2013)
TCEB (n.d.)
RAA De Lara & COS Har (2008)
Gitbm (2014)
Gitbm (2014)
ICCA (2014)
Paritosh (2011)
Paritosh (2011)
World Travel & Tourism Council (2014)
World Travel & Tourism Council (2014)
Responsible Business Forum (2013)
Masdar City (2013)
Responsible Business Forum (2013)
Responsible Business Forum (2013)
Emirates (2013)
Emirates Executive (2013)
Singapore Airlines (2013)
Mortimore, R (2013)
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