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CCMG announces new dates for The Nordic MICE Summit 22

CCMG – Congress Consulting Management Group, announces new dates that The Nordic MICE Summit 22 which will take place in Copenhagen, from 9th – 11th June 2022.

The summit will be hosted at Hotel Ottilia, in the fancy area of Carlsberg, with high profile Hosted Buyers from the Nordics and rest of Europe and suppliers from all of Europe.

Hotel Ottilia is located in Copenhagen’s new urban and cultural district – Carlsberg district – perfectly located between Frederiksberg, Valby and Vesterbro. Carlsberg district is an area that is booming with activity, where small shops, cool restaurants and cozy cafes stretch along with a wealth of cultural sights and art.

“As countries around Europe begin to unlock the door to travel, we have taken the decision to reschedule The Nordic MICE Summit 22 with a little more than two months. This will enable even more Nordic/European participants to join us in Copenhagen and help guide and lead the sector as we head towards economic recovery”, says Lonni Gulliksen CEO and owner.

Tourism has always provided us with endless opportunities and as the world slowly unlocks, we remain optimistic about the months ahead and what it means for the recovery of our industry. In the meantime, we want to thank you for your continued support and understanding as we navigate those times together.


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