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NBTC Brings International Planners To Maastricht

On Friday, the Netherlands Board of Tourism & Conventions (NBTC), together with the Maastricht Convention Bureau, welcomed fifteen carefully selected meeting planners from Europe to Maastricht and surrounding area. The aim was to show the planners the region as a destination for conventions and corporate meetings.

“Together with the NBTC and partners of the Maastricht Convention Bureau, we were able to compose a very nice and informative programme,” said Judith Nijssen, Sales Manager Meetings & Incentives of the Maastricht Convention Bureau.

She continued: “The NBTC is organising a City of Holland Event for planners from Germany, Belgium, the United Kingdom, France, Finland, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Austria, Switzerland, North America and Russia, therefore a visit to Maastricht is a must, naturally. Although Maastricht is completely different from the rest of The Netherlands, we will do so very Dutch, namely by bicycle. This way, people will see how compact the city really is and how many different and beautiful venues there are, for various business meetings (meetings, conventions, team building events, etcetera). We will make sure that Maastricht and surrounding area makes an overwhelming impression with these very important planners and bookers of business meetings.”