Leaving Las Vegas

  • 20 September, 2019
  • Category: News

We just got back from Las Vegas, the gambling capital of the world, or Sin City as some people like to call it. But we weren’t there to enjoy the recreational activities they offer. We were attending the IMEX Americas, which for us is like being on holiday. We gained some new friends and met some old ones. We had inspiring conversations about the MICE industry in Iceland and the rise of sustainable and unconventional meeting and incentive destinations.  As we have done for the last few years, we shared a stand, knowledge and a lot of laughter with our Scandinavian friends and partners. We can’t wait to do it all again at ITBM in Barcelona in November. See you soon 😉

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