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The 2016 ICCA Statistics: YOUR INPUT MATTERS!

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We’ve started work on ICCA’s 2016 statistics on international association meetings, which will be available to all members mid-May 2017.

Your early submission of data will help us enormously to create a realistic global picture for 2016.
Please send us your full detailed list of 2016 events that were held in your destination. (Information on your confirmed events for future years is also very valuable, so please send this data in as well.)

Please submit:

  1. Association meetings only
  2. in 1 e-mail to Paula Ko (paula.k@iccaworld.org) and
  3. no later than 1 February 2017!

We trust to hear from you soon or that you will forward this message to the appropriate colleague in your organisation. When you do not receive a confirmation e-mail within 5 working days after you’ve submitted your statistics, we strongly advise that you contact the ICCA Head Office.

Statistical reporting is an essential but time-consuming part of your- and our work.
The goal of our detailed document is to make the process as smooth as possible on both sides.

Please read this very carefully: by only submitting the events which qualify you will help us improve our efficiency and free up more time for proactive research work that will further improve the ICCA Association Database.

Meetings that already exist in our online database, need to be reported using the update functionality. The guidelines will explain the different methods in more detail.

 

For More Information:
Contact:
Email Paula Ko
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