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Scandic Hotels to enter strategic partnership with MCI Nordics

Scandic Hotels, The largest hotel company in the Nordic region, has entered into a strategic partnership with MCI Nordics, one of the leading event and meeting management companies in the world.

Scandic Hotels is the first hotel company in the Nordic countries to sign an agreement with MCI Nordics. The partnership aims to offer the best experiences to MCI’s customers who have high demands when it comes to food and beverages as well as accommodations and meeting spaces.

Scandic’s market-leading hotel portfolio and customer offering constitute an important platform for professional and high-quality events and conferences.

"We look forward to a long-term cooperation with MCI. Together, we will ensure that our common customers enjoy the absolute best complete experiences", says Martin Creydt, Chief Operating Officer Scandic Hotels Group.

"We chose Scandic because of its excellent geographic network and vast experience in arranging events. In addition, like Scandic, we work actively with CSR, which is an important parameter for us when choosing suppliers", says Thomas Wüthrich, Regional Managing Director at MCI Nordics.

In each of the Nordic capitals, Scandic has conference facilities that can accommodate from 200 to 2,000 people.

 

Photo: Martin Creydt, Chief Operationg Officier, Scandc Hotels.