Slovenia: Labour shortages and poor connectivity hold back MICE industry

 Friday, June 2, 2023 


Slovenia’s meeting industry has fostered well since the pandemic and is expected to exceed pre – Covid figures this year. The outlook for the next two years is less certain at the moment. Poor transport links and labour shortages are seen as the main obstacles.

The meetings industry is Slovenia’s flagship tourism product. It entails conferences, business meetings and events, incentive travels, and team building.

The Slovenian Convention Bureau states that it is made up of everything to do with business travel.

It is an organization that serves as a link between the providers of convention tourism capacities and services on the one hand and meeting planners on the other.

Slovenia recorded the highest number of events and visitors in this industry in 2019. Analysis shows the meetings industry accounted for 2.9 million of the total 15.8 million nights spent at the country’s accommodation facilities in the year before the Covid–19 outbreak.

Slovenia is known as a green, active, and healthy country. Slovenian Convention Bureau shares that business visitors like their diversity and compactness.

They find it great that they can take a swim in the sea in the morning and a boat trip on Lake Bled in the afternoon before rounding off the day with a dinner at an urban capital.

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