Asia Pacific Incentives and Meetings Event (AIME), has announced eight hotel partners that will be exhibiting at AIME 2022 (taking place on 21–23 March in-person and 28 March–1 April online) and will also accommodate the show’s domestic and international hosted buyers during the event.
The line-up includes resorts and hotels from Marriott International, Langham Hotels & Resorts, Crown Hotel & Resorts, Hilton Hotels & Resorts, Pan Pacific Hotels Group, TFE Hotels, Minor Hotels and IHG Hotels & Resorts – with new announcements and properties to be revealed on the show floor.
Looking to use AIME as the event to reconnect with the industry and clients, Ms Cinn Tan, Chief Sales & Marketing Officer of the Pan Pacific Hotels Group, is also excited to supercharge business as the hotel group looks to launch 15 new properties by 2024.
“We’ve been confidently expanding our pipeline, with 15 new properties across 12 cities by 2024. This includes our recent addition of PARKROYAL Monash Melbourne, which opened in April 2021 within the M-City complex.
“We’re thrilled to be a partner of AIME 2022 and look forward to reconnecting with you all, as well as relaunching our face-to-face and hybrid meeting products.”
Delegates attending AIME in-person and online will hear first-hand about new venues and destinations, as well as corporate packages for events and work travel.
Endorsing the event’s commitment to create meaningful connections, AIME Event Director Silke Calder is eager to see delegates have their accommodation and event needs answered.
“With four months to go, the countdown is well and truly on for AIME 2022, and we couldn’t be more thrilled with our line-up of hotel partners to date. It’s an exciting taste of what’s to come, and we can’t wait to announce more outstanding hotels and venues that will be showcasing next year.
“There are so many opportunities waiting to be discovered at AIME, with a strong sense of reunification for our community. As more borders begin to open, including our APAC neighbours such as Japan and Korea, we know that business and leisure will evolve into something truly special. We are confident delegates will be blown away with what’s in store for them.” Said Calder.