SingEx Venues, the venue management company operating Singapore EXPO Convention and Exhibition Centre and its convention wing MAX Atria since 1999, has won the tender bid to continue operating Singapore’s largest Meetings, Incentives, Convention and Exhibition (MICE) venue for up to 10 years, starting from January 2019.
Being at the forefront of the industry for the last two decades, SingEx Venues has successfully established Singapore as a world-class MICE destination through placing Singapore EXPO on the global map.
SingEx Venues presented an integrated and comprehensive proposal for the tender to bring the venue to the next phase of growth. The ability to understand and adapt to ever-changing market conditions in today’s globalised and digital economy has positioned the company as the ideal venue manager for new event design formats and disruptive changes happening in the MICE space. Through pegging its benchmarks against regional and international leaders, SingEx is able to continue leading the way to be best-in-class in world standards.
With SingEx Venues’ experience and expertise, the management company clearly communicated its intimate knowledge of today’s market and the evolving dynamics of the industry, carefully working out a master suite of solutions to enhance the venue’s offerings to current and emerging organisers. Its customer-centric approach is instrumental drivers, enabling growth for business communities.
“We are honoured to be entrusted with the continued responsibility of leading Singapore EXPO into its next phase of growth. SingEx Venues is excited to continue playing a leading role in the business events and MICE industry,” said Mr Aloysius Arlando, Chief Executive Officer of SingEx Holdings Private Limited.
“We are confident of delivering what we have committed for the next decade. We like to thank STB, the associations, the business communities that we serve, our customers as well as the media for their unwavering support and partnership throughout our journey together,” Mr Arlando continues.
More details on the re-branding and new offerings for Singapore EXPO will be shared at a later release.
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