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EXHIBITOR PROFILES


EXHIBITOR PROFILES


EXHIBITOR PROFILES China Peace International Tourism Co.,Ltd. B400


Room 603-605,Tower 1 Kunsha Center, No.16 Xinyuanli, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100027 CHINA ■ TEL 86 10 8468 2878 ■ EMAIL peipei@chinamauer.com ■ CONTACT Pei Pei Zhang ■WEB www.beijingmice.com


China Peace Travel has introduced a series of exclusive packages which have proved highly popular with its discriminating clients and prepares the most creative incentive programmes. Visiting trade missions and delegations, educational and ad hoc groups can be handled with utmost care and efficiency. We are the reliable business partner in China.


China Star Ltd G200


Rm 242-247, Bldg, Grandvision, No.2 Rd, Jiuxianqiao, Beijing 100015 CHINA ■ TEL 86 10 8456 2890 ■ EMAIL liuping@chinastargroup.com ■ CONTACT Liu Ping ■WEB www.chinastargroup.com


China Star enjoys a high reputation at home and abroad, with rich experience in handling and organising congresses, meetings and incentive events in China as well as Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan. China Star is active in ICCA, MPI and Site and is the founder of World PCO Alliance.


Choice Hotel Group - Carton House and the gibson hotel


Morrison Island, Morrison House, Co Cork IRELAND ■ TEL 353 21 490 8200 ■ EMAIL mrichardson@choicehotelgroup.ie ■ CONTACT Marie Richardson ■WEB www.choicehotelgroup.ie


Choice Hotel Group is a collection of four-star hotels across Ireland and the UK, each one unique and different. Carton House and the gibson hotel are popular choices for MICE business, offering a leading product, excellent service and competitive pricing. We also have Clarion Hotels in Dublin, Cork and Limerick.


Choice Hotels Europe


Martin-Kollar-Str. 9, Munich 81829 GERMANY ■ TEL 49 1738880629 ■ EMAIL g-vongodin@choicehotels.de ■ CONTACT Gordon von Godin ■WEB www.choicehotels.com


Book meetings and events with Choice Hotels International. With properties throughout Central Europe with meeting and conference rooms, we are sure to have the right facilities for you.


Choose Chicago


301 E. Cermak, Chicago, IL 60616 UNITED STATES ■ TEL 1 312 567 8500 ■ EMAIL jcurran@choosechicago.com ■ CONTACT John Curran ■WEB www.choosechicago.com


Between two international airports, expansive workforce and the largest convention centre in the United States, Chicago is the strongest meeting and convention destination in the country. We work tirelessly to make Chicago the premier city for small meetings or international conventions with thousands of guests. Learn more at choosechicago.com/meeting-professionals.


C-Hotels


Via Alamanni 3, Firenze 50123 ITALY ■ TEL 39 5521 8081 ■ EMAIL rselva@c-hotels.it ■ CONTACT Romina Selva ■WEB www.c-hotels.it


Four-star hotels in Rome, Milan, Florence and congress centre in Florence. All hotels have been renovated in the last two years. Five meeting rooms with natural light which can be unified in one larger meeting room up to 180 people. Internet connection is complementary in the hall area and rooms.


Church House Conference Centre F400


Church House Conference Centre, Dean’s Yard, Westminster, London SW1P 3NZ UNITED KINGDOM ■ TEL 44 2073 901590 ■ EMAIL sales@churchhouseconf.co.uk ■ CONTACT Robin Parker ■WEB www.churchhouseconf.co.uk


Church House Conference Centre’s iconic location and history provide an inspirational setting for daytime and evening events. Overlooking Westminster Abbey and Dean’s Yard, the Grade II listed venue offers 19 diverse rooms, a capacity for up to 664, state of the art technology and an award-winning in-house events team.


D400 C230 F100 F420 CICG - Centre International de Conférences Genève E130


17 rue de Varembé CP13, Geneva 20 1211 SWITZERLAND ■ TEL 41 22 791 9070 ■ EMAIL f.dricourt@cicg.ch ■ CONTACT François Dricourt ■WEB www.cicg.ch


Your congress, seminar or exhibition can be hosted with optimum convenience and comfort in two distinctive conference centres. The CICG has rooms with seating from 20 to 2,200 places. They are ideally located within easy reach to the airport, the main hotels and downtown.


CIG North America C175


250 Moonachie Road - 4th Floor, Moonachie, NJ 07074 UNITED STATES ■ TEL 1 201 238 5232 ■ EMAIL aferreira@cignorthamerica.com ■ CONTACT Armindo Ferreira ■WEB www.cignorthamerica.com


CIG North America is specialised in group travel in the following fields: business/corporate incentives, travel meetings, medical events,


conventions, special interest groups, conferences, congresses and symposia by maintaining an emphasis on personalised customer service which is the key to overseeing all of your arrangements from start to finish.


CIM Magazine Europe


Hilpertstrasse 3, Darmstadt, Darmstadt 64295 GERMANY ■ TEL 49 615139070 ■ EMAIL e.hellbusch@cimunity.com ■ CONTACT Ellen Hellbusch ■WEB www.cimunity.com


CIM - Conference & Incentive Management is a leading European, bilingual magazine for the convention, incentive and event industry, published by T&M Media GmbH & Co. KG. CIM provides the planner with what is essential to know about the industry, new management tools and destination reports six times a year.


Cinecittà Studios


Via Tuscolana 1055, Roma, RM 00173 ITALY ■ TEL 39 6 7229 3215 ■ EMAIL eventi@cinecittastudios.it ■ CONTACT Francesca Versace ■WEB www.cinecittastudios.it


Cinecittà is a special event destination. Cinecittà is a place that, par excellence, evokes the seventh art. Celebrating at Cinecittà means communicate something special to the customers. What makes the difference at Cinecittà is the magic and unique atmosphere of living into a permanent dream.


Ciragan Palace Kempinski Istanbul


Ciragan Caddesi 32, Besiktas, Istanbul 34349 TURKEY ■ TEL 90 212 326 4646 ■ EMAIL guclen.aksu@kempinski.com ■ CONTACT Guclen Aksu ■WEB www.kempinski.com/en/istanbul/ciragan- palace/welcome/


Çıraan Palace Kempinski Istanbul offers the ultimate in luxury with its 313 guestrooms and suites, and extensive meeting venues. The only Ottoman Imperial Palace and Hotel located on the European shores of the Bosphorus, it provides one of kind experience with its luxurious facilities, award-winning cuisine and legendary service.


Circuit de Barcelona - Catalunya E300


Carretera de Granollers a Parets km. 2, Montmeló, Barcelona 08160 SPAIN ■ TEL 34 93 571 9743 ■ EMAIL salesexecutive@circuitcat.com ■ CONTACT Lidia Montoro ■WEB www.circuitcat.com


Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, has broad experience organising major motor sport events, including the F1 Grand Prix and the MotoGP Grand Prix. But the Circuit is not only a passion for speed; it also offers the chance to organise all kinds of events and activities for companies and individuals.


F580 D400 G220 Circuito De Maspalomas D320


C/ Partera Leonorita Sanchez, 25, Maspalomas, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria 35100 SPAIN ■ TEL 34 92 856 3101 ■ EMAIL jdominguez@circuitomaspalomas.com ■ CONTACT Jesús Domínguez ■WEB www.circuitomaspalomas.com


The Maspalomas Racing Track, located in Gran Canaria, is the only permanent circuit in the Canary Islands. We can coordinate or produce almost any demand for your event. Circuito de Maspalomas offers also the incredible Fun Cup. We are probably the European company with most Fun Cup vehicles.


Cirque du Soleil B225


980 Kelly Johnson Drive, Suite 200, Las Vegas, NV 89119 UNITED STATES ■ TEL 1 702 352 0197 ■ EMAIL aaron.hinterleitner@cirquedusoleil.com ■ CONTACT Aaron Hinterleitner ■WEB www.cirquedusoleil.com


Cirque du Soleil would like to assist you in creating a group experience as unique and memorable as the shows themselves! With as few as 12 attendees, your group can choose between the nine one-of-a-kind Cirque du Soleil productions in Las Vegas and Orlando.


Cititravel DMC E300


Avda. Diego Martínes Barrio, 4 - Edif. Viapol Cent, Seville 41013 SPAIN ■ TEL 34 95 464 7807 ■ EMAIL juan-antonio@cititravel.es ■ CONTACT Juan Antonio Sánchez ■WEB www.cititravel.es


Cititravel is one of Spain and Portugal’s leading destination management companies, with more than 25 years’ experience in the incentive, meeting and conference travel business. We currently have offices in: Malaga, Barcelona, Madrid, Valencia, Seville, Tenerife (Canary Islands), Mallorca (Balearic Islands) and Lisbon.


Cititravel DMC Spain & Portugal D320


Edificio Colina Azul, C/ Roque de Jama, 10 B, Los Cristianos, Tenerife 38650 SPAIN ■ TEL 34 92 275 1590 ■ EMAIL daniela@cititravel.es ■ CONTACT Daniela Strunk ■WEB www.cititravel.es


Cititravel is one of Spain and Portugal’s leading DMCs specialised in incentive, meeting and conference travel business. It has offices strategically placed in Malaga, Madrid, Barcelona, Seville, Valencia, Tenerife, Mallorca and Lisbon. You can rely on its team of professionals to cover all of your requirements across the Iberian peninsula.


Cititravel DMC Spain & Portugal E285


Avda Cortes Valencianas 58. Of. 406. Edif. Sorolla Center, Valencia 46015 SPAIN ■ TEL 34 96 353 3838 ■ EMAIL andrea@cititravel.es ■ CONTACT Andrea Gildemeister ■WEB www.cititravel.es


Cititravel is one of Spain and Portugal’s leading DMCs specialised in incentive, meeting and conference travel business. It has offices strategically placed in Malaga, Madrid, Barcelona, Seville, Valencia, Tenerife, Mallorca and Lisbon. You can rely on its team of professionals, to cover all of your requirements across the Iberian Peninsula.


Cititravel DMC Spain & Portugal


C/ Conde de Gálvez, 3, Málaga 29017 SPAIN ■ TEL 34 95 220 6110 ■ EMAIL paco@cititravel.es ■ CONTACT Francisco Núñez ■WEB www.cititravel.es


Cititravel is one of Spain’s leading DMCs specialised in incentive, meeting and conference travel business. With offices strategically located all over Spain, in 2011 we opened an office in Lisbon. You can now rely on Cititravel to cover all of your requirements across Spain and Portugal.


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