Thailand calls planners to ‘ease up’ with new meetings and incentives grant

TCEB rolls out financial grant along with a host of complimentary services in anticipation of international travel recovery.

Under ‘Ease Up’, TCEB has allocated USD 500,000 so that planners can help clients lower the cost of incentive travel and meetings.
Under ‘Ease Up’, TCEB has allocated USD 500,000 so that planners can help clients lower the cost of incentive travel and meetings. Photo Credit: Unsplash

BANGKOK — The Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau (TCEB) has partnered with 54 hotels and eight destination management companies (DMCs) to roll out a new 'Ease Up' campaign to entice international event planners to return to the Kingdom.

In anticipation of the easing of international travel restrictions, the campaign features a generous financial grant, free airport transfers, free sightseeing and free hotel rooms.

Under ‘Ease Up’, TCEB has allocated USD 500,000 so that planners can help clients lower the cost of incentive travel and meetings. This is part of TCEB's wider I M People Focused initiative, launched earlier this year as a way to foster 'responsible gathering'. 

The DMC and hotel partners involved in the campaign have created a number of high-value group packages with complimentary services such as airport transfers and a choice of local sightseeing, team-building or CSR activities. Hotels involved are based in Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Khao Yai, Rayong, Koh Samui, Phuket, Khao Lak, Krabi, Pattaya and Hua Hin.

Terms and conditions apply for all ‘Ease Up’ grants. The campaign is open for application until March 31, 2021. All events must be completed by June 30, 2021. Applications must be submitted to TCEB at least 30 working days prior to event date.



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