Hosts Global are thrilled to announce their new Hosts Global Members and Affiliates that will be curating breathtaking events in Greece, Jamaica, and Malta. Welcome Conceptours, Glamour DMC, and Colours of Malta! These destinations will have your guests dreaming of Azul waters, warm breezes, unmatched architecture and culture, and cuisines that will leave them speechless.
“We are proud to welcome Conceptours, Glamour DMC, and Colours of Malta to our Hosts family. This addition to our portfolio is a continuation of our ongoing plan to bring best in class solutions globally to our clients,” said Kurt Paben, CEO for Hosts Global. Hosts Global offers over 250 destinations around the world to partner with you to create meaningful and memorable events.
Find out more about Hosts Global here: https://hosts-global.com/MICE are back in Malta
Over the past 5 weeks, we at Colours of Malta, have hosted 6 groups with a total of 500 people coming from Italy, France, Germany and the UK. Each of our groups stayed at 4 and 5 star hotels and had some great incentive programmes planned out whilst enjoying the warm weather.
It’s been so exciting to see that the Beauty, Finance and Hospitality industries, to mention a few, are back on track, fully energised and investing in their business and employees again.
Learn more about our events on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/coloursofmaltaGuidelines for MICE Events & Gatherings in the Maltese Islands
Conventions Malta created a set of user-friendly infographics which include the most relevant protocols and guidelines for MICE activities in Malta. It is particularly aimed at helping you and your clients in simplifying the rules and regulations that are in place.
It is important to note that it is always advisable to send an email on email@example.com should you have any queries about the risk assessment or about a group that you’re hosting.Events up to 75 people can now take place in Malta
The 6 person ceiling on gatherings will be lifted on Friday to allow up to 75 people.
The Superintendent of Public Health Prof. Charmaine Gauci has confirmed that events can start taking place, but will be capped at 75 people and the social distancing guidelines will still apply.