Berlin presents indispensable online tool at IMEX Frankfurt, 19 to 21 April

Successful planning: New Meeting Guide Berlin online

Berlin, 18 April 2016 The visitBerlin Berlin Convention Office (BCO) strengthens its service for event planners. Just in time for IMEX Frankfurt, the BCO has published an updated Meeting Guide Berlin with a new design, additional content and simpler menu navigation. Accessible at, the online tool makes it possible to find the right hotel, venue, and service partners – such as agencies, catering and technology companies, suppliers or mobility partners – for your event in the German capital.

“Berlin is continuously expanding its offer to its clients of conferences, conventions, incentives and events. The Meeting Guide Berlin bundles this growing diversity and provides a quick overview of our partners in the German capital,” says Heike Mahmoud, Director Conventions of the visitBerlin Berlin Convention Office. “This platform enables us to offer an even better service by allowing us to present the latest developments in Berlin’s meetings industry in a clear and structured way.”

The updated Meeting Guide Berlin now has some 180 entries in the categories conference hotel, locations, and service partners. These include newly opened hotels like the Riu Plaza near Kurfürstendamm and the 4-star Hotel Titanic Chaussee Berlin. Users can filter their searches by criteria such as available seating, room size, or overall capacity, thus obtaining results that are in line with their wishes. In June, the Meeting Guide will be further expanded with more than 120 incentive programmes on offer in Berlin and the surrounding region.

Berlin at IMEX Frankfurt

IMEX Frankfurt takes placed this year from 19 to 21 April. Together with 24 partners, including hotels, venues, convention centres, and agencies the visitBerlin Berlin Convention Office will be at the joint German stand, booth F100/39, showcasing all that the city has to offer as a meeting destination. Nostalgic driving fun, without exhaust emissions: Sitting in a real Trabant former East Germany, a virtual tour takes all visitors on a wild ride through the German capital. The video for this tour was produced by a Berlin based start-up.

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