Staff Writer
Sep 13, 2018

KLCC partners with American destination marketing firm

The centre has ambitious plans to grow its presence in North America.

Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre KLCC announced a partnership with US-based Marketing Challenges International MCIntl, a global destination marketing firm for meetings and conventions. The reason behind the partnership is to “drive the venue’s presence and business opportunities in the North America market”.

MCIntl is a marketing and sales partner connecting convention bureaus and convention centres to the North American meetings market. Through this partnership, KLCC is able to leverage off the...

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