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SCHOOL OF HOSPITALITY, TOURISM AND CULINARY
BACHELOR OF INTERNATIONAL HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
HTM 2422 MICE MANAGEMENT

BH 3/ SECTION 3

PROJECT
DEVELOPMENT OF MICE EVENT PROPOSAL

FULL NAME | GROUP | STUDENT ID NO. | 1. | Cindy Leo | 2. | Amira Zulkifli |

LECTURER: LOW YEE SIEW SUBMISSION DATE: 31 MAY 2012

CONTENTS Introduction | | Theme | | Itinerary | | Budget | | Balance Sheet | | Sponsorship | | Floor plan | | | | | |

I am beautiful, confident and independent

“I AM BEAUTIFUL, CONFIDENT AND INDEPENDENT” is a workshop designed for women whom which do not acquired high self-orientation. We aim to make you feel welcome in a comfortable, friendly and relaxing environment, so you can escape from stressful, fast-cycle of everyday life. We’re going to make you familiarize yourself with a good self-confidence and outsourcing all the capability that they have.

This concept is actually to convince and make them believe that women have rights to be beautiful and independent, not only by outside or physical but also by inside because outer look will never be perfect without the true beauty, wise mind with kind hearts. We also will be helping women to build and show them to the world that women nowadays are able to stand up and believe that they could stand on their own without depending on others or in other word, do not fear challenges, and prove them that the girl power are really exist.

This workshop will be divided into 3 sections, each section consist different sessions with the same missions, which is to encourage these women to believe in themselves, boosting up their self-confidence and sharing some infective information. They are; 1. Beauty
Treatments such as make over and hairdo by professionals will be located in this section. In this session, women are given chances to learn on how to…...

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