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It’s a triple certification for Bangkok’s Royal Paragon Hall

Paragon Hall 2-3. (Photo Credit: Royal Paragon Hall website)
Paragon Hall 2-3. (Photo Credit: Royal Paragon Hall website)

The Royal Paragon Hall has been accredited with three international standards certificates, serving to reinforce the credibility of its status as a premier event venue in the heart of Bangkok.

The three certificates are, namely: the ISO 20121: 2012 Event Sustainability Management System; ISO 22301: 2012 Business Continuity Management System and; TISI 22300: 2550 MICE Security Management System.

Commenting on the significance of Royal Paragon Hall's sustainability management certificate, Chiruit Isarangkun Na Ayuthaya,Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau (TCEB)'s president said," Sustainable management, which takes into consideration the impact on the environment and social aspects, is very important. The MICE industry is one of the business lines that take this roadmap into account, as it is a key element for consumer decision when procuring an event."

With three halls and six meeting rooms ranging from 40-2,000 sqm, the Royal Paragon Hall offers options that cater to various types of events.
The obtaining of the three ISO and TISI certificates is said to help maintain the expansion of the venue's 70:30 client ratio, locally and globally.

Over the past decade, the Royal Paragon Hall's business has had a growth of 10-15% each year on average, and is expected to continue growing by 15% next year, according to a statement released.

On this milestone achievement, Talun Theng, managing director of Royal Paragon Hall said, "These three ISO and TISI certificates will increase our credibility with both local and international clients, assuring high standards of venues. Furthermore, the Royal Paragon Hall will continue to develop its premium image."