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Reykjavík: A source of energy

In the acclaimed novel of Jules Verne, A journey to the centre of the earth, the journey started in Iceland. It still does.

The fast track
Few nations have evolved as fast as Iceland in the last 150 years. Moving from a community based on agriculture and fishing to a modern hi-tech society with a strong profile in fisheries in harmony with nature, tourism, renewable energy, innovative businesses and culture.

Next door to nature
Reykjavík is not a big city, but it has all the characteristics of a capital. Reykjavík is known for its vibrant art scene, nightlife, restaurants and nature. To describe the connection to nature in Reykjavík: A salmon river runs through the city, you can go on a short whale-watching tour from the harbour in the heart of Reykjavík, if you drive for two hours you can be riding a snow-mobile on a glacier, in a few hours tour you can experience amazing geysers, waterfalls, the birthplace of the Icelandic parliament and be back to Reykjavík for a late dinner at one of the city’s acclaimed restaurants, perhaps one with a Michelin star.

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Johannesburg Expo Centre

A World-Class African Venue Situated just south of Johannesburg, the Johannesburg Expo Centre is Southern Africa’s largest fully-contained and purpose-built exhibition, conference and events venue. It is home to South Africa’s oldest and most cherished consumer event, the Rand Show, and it has hosted many other diverse and world-class shows such as Ultra South Africa, Automechanika, BAUMA Conexpo Africe, Sexpo and Electra Mining.

The Expo Centre has kept pace with the remarkable growth of the local exhibition and conference industries, evolving into a world-class facility that offers exhibitors, visitors and delegates a first rate experience every time. Thanks to a network of excellent and carefully-selected service providers, the Expo Centre handles every event with professionalism, flexibility and elegance.

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Mondial Travel & Events

The Mondial Group, a rich blend of services Beginning with just two employees in 1966 in the remnants of a former bird shop in the satellite town of Baden, located 30km outside Vienna, this company has long since spread its wings. Just as with the painting of a masterpiece where numerous shades and strokes combine to create long-lasting impressions in our minds, Mondial’s business units mix and collaborate with each new challenge.

Armed with a diverse squad of artists brimming with a can-do attitude, this company does not merely join the dots but re-invents the whole notion of meeting client needs. Coffee with cream has after all become standard, has it not? Vienna’s café culture remains relatively untapped by the masses but cherished by those who spend hours upon hours in the quirky coffee establishments of the old town. The fine blends and aromas capture one’s senses instantly, but often it is the rustic rooms and accommodating service staff that leave one planning the next visit before one has even left.

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The Fortress City

Malta offers many reasons to choose it for your next conference destination, not least because of its geographical proximity to mainland Europe, varied venue choice, widespread English speaking culture, cost-effectiveness, cultural brilliance and the islands high-quality MICE services.

There are a total of five specific convention centres on the island including the Mediterranean Conference Centre found in the capital, Valletta. One advantage of hosting on Valletta is its small size, encouraging stress-free pre and post conference meetups, providing programme flexibility and good value for money. It is outdated to think that business is only conducted during the actual event. More and more delegates, business associates and colleagues network outside of these settings, affording the opportunity for longer, more meaningful meetings where more business can be discussed. Valletta’s size and surroundings accommodates such a modern, effective approach to business.

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The Mediterranean Conference Centre

Malta’s Business Venue Located on the periphery of the historical city of Valletta and overlooking the Grand Harbour, the Mediterranean Conference Centre is a 16th Century building formerly known as the ‘Sacra Infermeria’ of the Order of St. John. The MCC, the largest Conference Centre on the Island of Malta, boasts a total of 8 halls over an area of 7,000 sq. metres with a capacity ranging from 15 to 1,400. No matter what the size of the event being organised – from a small presentation to a large conference, a product launch or an exhibition, a convention or even a theatrical performance – the Mediterranean Conference Centre can cater for all your requirements.

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