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AIME 2012 Offers Range Of Benefits For Hosted Buyers

The 20th anniversary Asia-Pacific Incentives & Meetings Expo (AIME) will be held on 21-22 February 2012 at the Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre (MCEC).

With approximately 850 international Exhibitors expected, AIME 2012 will present numerous opportunities for buyers to make business connections as well as receive a range of benefits available only in AIME’s VIP Hosted Buyer Program.

Benefits include flights, accommodation, pre-touring itineraries in Victoria and access to AIME’s exclusive Hosted Buyer lounge and networking programme.

To maximise the two day event Hosted Buyers will also receive personalised Pre-Scheduled Appointments, which allows them to meet with the exhibitors they are interested in doing business with.

Sally de Swart, AIME’s Event Director, said that AIME’s Hosted Buyer Program offers buyers a productive schedule to conduct business over an enjoyable two days. “Exhibitors and Hosted Buyers come to AIME to make business happen by meeting with existing contacts and making important new ones. Face-to-face meetings are extremely valuable in this industry and AIME presents a perfect forum to meet with a host of contacts in just two days,” De Swart said.