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  • Meeting Matters in Brussels

    The Polish meetings sector was showcased at the Meeting Matters industry workshop held at Villa Empain in Brussels for more than 70 association representatives (planners of conferences and congresses) from the Belgian market.


  • 1,7 milion tourists in Wieliczka

    In 2017 1.7 million tourists from more than 200 countries visited the “Wieliczka” Salt Mine, an increase of 9% in comparison with the year before. Last year also saw more than 350 cultural, art and scientific events held in the underground chambers. The Salt Mine has 9 rooms at its disposal, available for all types of meetings for up to 600 participants. The list of satisfied customers includes, i.a. members of the Paris-based International Association of Lawyers (Union Internationale des Avocats: UIA) and representatives of the Orlando-based International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA).


  • PCB POT’s holiday recommendations

    Poland Convention Bureau Polish Tourist Organisation (PCB POT) arranged the holiday meeting of the industry. Staged at the Polish Vodka Association seat at the Lumen - Złote Tarasy office building, the 12 December event featured a presentation of certificates of recommendation to professional congress and incentive travel organisers.  


  • President of POT supports the meetings industry

    Representatives of leading regional and city convention bureaux came to Warsaw to meet President Robert Andrzejczyk at the seat of Polish Tourism Organisation (POT). The agenda covered, i.a. the ways of promoting the meetings industry in 2018.



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