Meet Rhein-Main Summit

Meet Germany goes Rhein-Main

- Wednesday, October 9, 2019    

Meet Rhein-Main Summit
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Am 23. und 24. Oktober 2019 veranstaltet Meet Germany den Meet Rhein-Main Summit. Während der Veranstaltung entdecken Planer unterschiedliche Tagungsformate und Tools sowie die Region.


Der Rhein-Main Summit startet mit einem Cocktail-Workshop während der Kick-Off-Veranstaltung „MICEmixt“ am 22. Oktober. Am 23. Oktober folgt das Meet Rhein-Main Forum auf der neuen Tagungsfläche des Scandic Frankfurt Museumsufer. Das Forum bietet eine Ausstellung und Ideenbörse von 40 Austellern mit Pecha-Kucha-Vorträgen und einem interaktiven Ausstellerparcours. Der Tag endet mit dem Netzwerktreffen „Rhein-Main Night“ in den Design Offices Frankfurt.


Der Meet Rhein-Main Summit bietet zusätzlich die Möglichkeit, die Region besser kennenzulernen. Am 23. Oktober lassen sich während der Meet Frankfurt Tour verschiedene Locations besichtigen. Am 24. Oktober findet zusätzlich die Meet Rheingau Tour statt, die unter anderen zum Kurhaus Wiesbaden und dem Kloster Eberbach führt.


Die Teilnahme am Meet Rhein-Main Summit ist limitiert. Karten sind online hier erhältlich.


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