Brussels, Europe’s capital, is French business travellers’ favourite city They clearly feel at home there, as there are more MICE and business travellers from France than from any other foreign nation in Brussels
Thanks to its proximity, accessibility and lack of language barrier, Brussels attracts more than 360,000 French MICE and business travellers each year (2017 and 2018 figures). This is hardly surprising when you know about the European capital’s wide range of useful business networks, hosting infrastructure and facilities available to organisers. What’s more, it boasts a cosmopolitan charm that you can’t really find in any other city.
These appealing points have also led to the Congress of Notaries of France Association (Congrès de Notaires de France) organising the 115th Congress of Notaries in the Belgian capital from 2 to 5 June 2019. This event will play host to 4,000 people and the visit.brussels Convention Bureau is providing assistance to the organisers, who are benefiting from support services to enable them to organise and expand their congress. Working with the highly appropriate central theme of private international law, the Congress of Notaries of France Association will cross over the French border and hold its conference in a city where the international flavour of discussions will be particularly relevant.
Brussels has also just proudly become one of the top 10 most influential cities in the world (2018 A.T. Kearney Global Cities Index).