While the Malaysian economy is gradually emerging from Recovery Movement Control Order, SICC is stepping-up to the new normal to welcome business events.
Adapting to the new structure of business meetings in today’s landscape, Sabah International Convention Centre (SICC) is offering on-demand venue rental and Hybrid Meeting Package to help clients to connect and maintain relationship with their industry peers, so they do not miss out on opportunities for not being able to meet in-person.
In the current environment, SICC understands that clients may need to attend seminars and workshops held in different time zones and require a well-equipped venue that offers full services at a convenient location.
To facilitate this requirement, all 19 versatile meeting rooms at SICC are now available for booking at any time of the day; complete with high-end conference amenities, 24hr AV support, access to in-house catering and sophisticated contact-less service.
Besides offering videoconferencing facilities for collaborative meetings, SICC reassures visitors and associates’ safety by adhering to state and compliant to guidelines provided by Ministry of Health Malaysia, SICC is concentrating its efforts on venue safety protocols, social distancing measures in seating configurations, venue SOP guidelines and new best practices for food and beverage service.
SICC’s culinary team are tasked to ensure the highest food safety measure, at the same time to maintain the freshest food quality. Each of the tasty food items are individually portioned and packed; lunch or dinner presented in a generous Bento box for delegates.
SICC’s On-demand Meeting Packages starts from RM68nett per person, rate includes a four-hour block room rental, standard amenities, a light refreshment and a tea break. For booking and more information, email email@example.com.
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