MICE

Viet Nam is proud to offer world class facilities set amongst stunning backdrops to our international MICE clients.

Viet Nam with its stable politics, rapid growing economics, richness in culture and history together with its beautiful landscape and friendly Vietnamese people always promises all international MICE clients unforgettable experiences and events.

We have the pleasure to offer end-to-end travel services for groups traveling to all destinations in Viet Nam for corporate meetings, conferences, exhibitions, team-building off-sites, or for some well deserved incentives.

Our package of MICE (meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions) travel services to Viet Nam include:

- Taking care of all the arrangements for the group’s travel and stay
- Getting the best deals on air fares and hotels for your events
- Services, insurance and foreign exchange assistance for Vietnam tours
- Event planning and coordinating the group’s activities at the destinations
- Personalized travel services for all members of the group
- International & domestic air ticket booking, hotel reservations and car rentals
- Dedicated customer care service & corporate relationship management

Just simply give us your inquiries with number of people in the group, we will take care of the rest.

M.I.C.E and Events

EVIVA has become a prestige and trustworthy logistics provider for many big international and national events in Viet Nam and abroad. Some of the highlight events we have successfully accomplished as follows:

o  Tiger Rally event, 15 March – 2 April 2008 and then 2011, a world famous luxurious package caravan tour (partner of ROARR, UK) for around 80 participants mainly from Europe driving their own expensive classical cars (the most expensive worth USD 1,000,000) throughout South East Asia cities. EVIVA was the organizer for the journey to Laos and Viet Nam
http://www.tigerrally.co.uk/ in 2008 and http://tiger.wwccr.com/ in 2011

o  The Italian Wine Tasting Event, 7 – 11 November 2010 chaired by VITA, Ha Noi and Ho Chi Minh city

o  The 12th Viet Nam National Congress of Cardiology, 17 – 20 October 2010 chaired by the Viet Nam National Heart Association at Culture Hall, Nha Trang City, Khanh Hoa Province of  around 1,500 participants from Viet Nam and abroad. http://ncc12.vnha.org.vn/

o  OCW Consortium Global Meeting, 5 – 7 May 2010 chaired by Viet Nam Education Foundation at Sofitel Plaza Ha Noi of around 250 participants from all the countries in the world

o  White House Fellows (WHF) Alumni’s trip, 9 – 23 April 2010 chaired by Viet Nam Foundation, experiencing a tour throughout Viet Nam to DMZ area, Cu Chi tunnels, Dien Bien Phu, etc
http://www.whitehouse.gov/about/fellows

http://vietnamnet.vn/chinhtri/201004/Chuong-trinh-WHF-cua-Nha-Trang-can-canh-Viet-Nam-905543/

o  Won the bid but it was cancelled due to budget matter: Bi-Regional Workshop on Building Social and Cultural Competencies in Maternal and Neonatal Health, WHO, 02 - 05 Feb, 2010 including 65 participants from WHO in Viet Nam and overseas

o  52 members of the Asian-Pacific Ladies Friendship Society (ALFS) made a trip to Viet Nam from 25 to 31 Oct 2009 under the initiative of Mrs Le Hieu Ngan, wife of Vietnamese Ambassador to Japan. Apart from visiting places of interest, the delegation donated US$10,000 in aid to the northern mountainous province of Cao Bang.
http://www.cpv.org.vn/cpv/Modules/News_English/News_Detail_E.aspx?CN_ID=360544&CO_ID=30294

http://news.gov.vn/Home/MOLISA-Minister-welcomes-ALFS-delegation/200910/5194.vgp

o  The 10th ASEAN Law Association General Assembly, 14 – 18 October 2009 chaired by Viet Nam Lawyers Association with around 200 delegates from ASEAN held at Sheraton Hotel. A successful golf tournament was organized for the delegates during the event. http://www.aseanlawassociation.org/tenthassembly.html

o  One of the main sponsors for Air Supply performance on the nights of 9th &10th October 2009 in Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam.

o  XVIIth Congress of IADL, 6 – 10 June 2009, Ha Noi (partner of Viet Nam Law Association and International Association of Democratic Lawyers) for around hundreds of international and national lawyers and relevant participants.
http://www.iadllaw.org/en/node/169

oASEAN on Wheels by Lim Neo Chian, Deputy Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) , a self-drive caravan trip throughout Viet Nam from18 May to 6 Jun 2009
http://aseanonwheels.blogspot.com/2009_05_31_archive.html

http://2free-n-easy.blogspot.com/2009/06/ha-noi-to-dien-bien-phu-vietnam-border.html

oViet Nam-Italy Business Forum, 4 – 7 November 2008, Ha Noi and Ho Chi Minh City (partner of Italian Trade Commission and Italian Embassy in Viet Nam) with more than one hundred Italian businessmen led by the Italian Minister for Economic Development.

o  The 2nd Asia Pacific Injury Prevention Conference, 4 – 6 November 2008, Ha Noi (partner of Ha Noi School of Public Health) with around 200 international and national participants

o  The 17th ASEAN Congress of Cardiology, 18 – 21 October 2008, Ha Noi (partner of Viet Nam Heart Association) with nearly 2,000 international and national doctors and relevant participants

o  Asia Microfinance Forum, 26 – 28 August 2008, Ha Noi (partner of Galaxy Viet Nam) with 300 international participants

o  Farm trip throughout Viet Nam, December 2006 for more than 20 Italian famous travel agencies to promote Viet Nam’s image to the Italian market

o  American reporters from WQED Multimedia Western Pennsylvania, October, 2006, to film battlefields in Quang Tri, Dong Hoi, Son My and others places in Viet Nam

o  Annual trips of Surgicorp International to Ho Chi Minh City with more than 30 American surgery doctors providing free operations for hundreds of poor patients with cleft palate or serious disfigurements (from 2005 to 2010)

o  Annual trips to Viet Nam for Friends of Da Nang, an American veteran group travelling to remote and poor areas to support poor children by building one hospital and one bridge named Ta Yen in Da Nang, one school in Chau Doc and others. http://www.friendsofdanang.org/

o  An American charity delegation called Kids Building Hope – Vietnam Children’s Fund came to Viet Nam to support children at the camps and built a school in Chau Doc, support children in the highlands of Bao Loc, etc.

o  Provided logistics services and team buildings to many big corporate clients throughout Viet Nam such as Viet Nam Foundation, Viet Nam Education Foundation (VEF) Viet Nam Airlines, Pfizer Medical Company, BP Viet Nam, PVI, Haskoning Viet Nam, Big C Viet Nam, Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology, University of Agriculture and Forestry and others.

o  Organize study, working, performance and tourist trips abroad (USA, Asia, Europe, etc) for ministries, companies, organizations such as MPI, MOC, Sol Art School, Sannam Company, senior officials from Hoa Binh Province, etc.