Thanks to the strategic alliance with North America leader ACCESS destinations services, Pacific World, the integrated global DMC and event management organization, released its second Destination Index.
Meeting professionals will now have insight and knowledge about the top destinations in the U.S., in addition to the top three destinations in EMEA and Asia.
Florida is the No. 1 destination requested by the global meetings industry in the U.S. Miami, known for its tropical weather and beautiful waterways, offers additional experiences that includes CSR team building events as well as a large choice of meeting and eating establishments.
The Destination Index has identified Arizona and San Diego as number two and number three top meetings and events destinations in the U.S.
Pacific World’s research also shows that in Italy, Milan’s current popularity is attributable to a better infrastructure with Milan Malpensa Airport, the second most important airport in Italy. Expo 2015 in Milan is also changing the image of the city, taking place between May 1 and Oct. 31, 2015.
“New hotels and venues have recently generated significant interest in the heart of the city, said Emanuele Pinna, Italy destination manager, Pacific World. “And the Milan Art & Events venue, a cooperation between Italy and China, can facilitate event and art expositions.”
Pacific World’s Destination Index has identified South France – Monaco and UAE as number two and number three top meetings and events destinations in EMEA.
Finally, Seoul is still the most popular city followed by Busan, South Korea, in Asia. The research has identified a large demand for meetings from the pharmaceutical sector, incentives with meetings and special events during international conferences, with an increasing interest from Australia, Great Britain, U.S. and Brazil.
“This is a new destination for many corporate and association meetings and events,” said Ej Fieldhouse, South Korea country manager, Pacific World.
The Destination Index has identified Indonesia and Hong Kong as number two and number three destinations in Asia.
For more information about the Destination Index, visit http://www.pacificworld.com/news/perspectives/register.html