Sarawak’s Pullman Kuching, is the latest addition to the Redefining Global Tribes campaign community – a global movement spearheaded by the Sarawak Convention Bureau (SCB) to elevate the identity of Business Events and the destination to more prominence.
“At Pullman Kuching, we place a lot of emphasis on the value of community; also a key value identified for the Redefining Global Tribes campaign,” explained Charles Choi, General Manager of Pullman Kuching.
He is confident of the campaign’s goal of bringing together the Business Events community around the world will open more room for positive developments with borderless benefits to reap.
Pullman Kuching is one of the biggest and most comprehensive event venues in Sarawak with the capacity of up to 3,600 people and spanning 4,964 sq. metres.
Pullman Kuching owned by conglomerate Interhill Group of Companies, operates under the ACCOR Group of hotels called AccorHotels establishment, has secured over 80 Business Events since its establishment, including its appointment as the official hotel for the prestigious 55th ICCA Congress 2016 by the International Congress and Convention Association.
“Pullman Kuching is one of the most crucial players in Sarawak’s hospitality sector. Charles and his team have unceasingly supported us in our endeavors. Be it a site inspection or a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) engagement, Pullman Kuching has always delivered with much enthusiasm and unparalleled excellence,” remarked Amelia Roziman, Chief Operating Officer of Sarawak Convention Bureau.
“We are thrilled that our 100 global buyers and media will be able to witness this first hand next month,” continued Roziman as she referred to the upcoming Redefining Global Tribes familiarization (FAM) trip happening from 17th – 20th August 2017.
Choi concludes with a statement to reinforce the significance of collaboration in within the sector, “More collaboration on a frequent basis can only contribute to creating more opportunities for sharing expertise, experience, discoveries, development and understanding to propel the hotel industry forward in meeting the modern business anticipation and expectation.”