V International MICE Geography Show Russia at The Ritz-Carlton, Moscow (24 October 2019 – photo gallery)
V International MICE Geography Show Russia at The Ritz-Carlton, Moscow (24 October 2019 – photo gallery)
Nikolay Hotelier, 30 October 2019

International MICE Geography Show – annual event for the leading players of the MICE industry – was organized by the Russian Association of Business Travel (ABT-ACTE Russia) for the fifth time in Moscow. TOHOLOGY visited the event at the Ritz-Carlton, Moscow hotel and prepared photography review. Photo gallery of the B2B MICE-workshop, educational programme Buyers Lounge and final cocktail is presented in photo slider below.

Photo gallery of the IMG Show 2019 at The Ritz-Carlton, Moscow

Photography: TOHOLOGY Production

Video coverage of the V International MICE Geography Show will be presented on tohology.com shortly.

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