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Pressemeddelelse   •   Maj 13, 2016 14:34 CEST

Stockholm, 13th May 2016. MCI Nordics, part of MCI Group, a provider of strategic engagement and key driver of innovation in the events industry, was selected by the City of Stockholm as the Official Housing Bureau of the 61st Eurovision Song Contest held at the Ericsson Globe in Stockholm, from the 10th until the 14th of May 2016.

Working in close collaboration with the City of Stockholm, MCI brings its world-class conference management solution as Housing Partner for Europe's favorite TV show.

MCI’s scope of work for this prestigious event series is based around one of its core solutions: conferences and exhibitions management. Led by its Housing Manger Marianne Stag, the MCI Nordics team leveraged their local expertise to coordinate the accommodation for all 42 country delegations, crews as well as European Broadcasting Officials totaling some 13 000 room nights across 17 hotels.

This is a once in a life time experience. To be part of this dynamic and international crowd is fascinating and rewarding at the same time”, says Marianne Stag.

For more information please contact:

Thomas Wüthrich
Managing Director
MCI Nordics 
+ 46 70 415 15 90


MCI is a global leader in engaging and activating audiences. Since 1987 we have been driving innovation in events and production, meetings, incentives, congresses and association and community management. Through our creative, consulting, analytics, sustainability and digital services, MCI helps multinational companies and international associations enhance their organizational performance, grow globally, energise communities and drive their business results. MCI is an independently owned company with headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland. Our 1,800 professionals in 60 cities and 31 countries help clients across Europe, the Americas, Asia-Pacific, India, the Middle East and Africa. Find out more at


The Eurovision Song Contest is one of the longest running television shows in the world. It was on the 24th of May, 1956, that Europe saw the first ever Eurovision Song Contest. After all those years, the contest is one of the most typical European traditions and without doubt, Europe's favourite TV show! In 2005, the Eurovision Song Contest celebrated its 50th anniversary by picking the best entry to date and in 2015 the 60th anniversary with Eurovision Song Contest's Greatest Hits in London as well as with a conference. Find out more at

MCI Nordics er et full service kongres, møde og eventbureau med speciale i relationsskabende og udbytterige arrangementer og oplevelser. MCI Nordics er en del af MCI Group med over 1800 medarbejdere på 60 kontorer i 31 lande.

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