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ICCA Asia Pacific Chapter Summit 2020

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Updated: 2 October 2020


This December, ICCA Asia Pacific Chapter, will convene once again for an incredible two days of learning, networking, and business development opportunities. With the theme of “Navigating a New Model for Meetings”, the second edition of the ICCA Asia Pacific Chapter Summit (ICCA AP Summit) is scheduled to take place from 15-16 December 2020 at PACIFICO Yokohama, Japan. The annual Summit will be co-hosted by the City of Yokohama, Yokohama Convention & Visitors Bureau (YCVB) and PACIFICO Yokohama and co-organised with the ICCA Asia Pacific Chapter.

Despite all restrictions brought by the pandemic, the 2020 AP Summit is committed to connecting, sharing strategies, engaging in unfiltered discussions, driving business forward, and leveraging on the strength of the Asia-Pac community on how to push business agility during unprecedented disruption. This year’s event is taking on a hybrid format, consisting of virtual and physical components to help facilitate conversations for the industry across the region. The two-day event will see ICCA Asia Pacific Chapter - the largest Chapter in ICCA's global membership with 300 members coming in full force, sharing knowledge, discussing collaboration, exchanging innovative ideas, and networking with their industry peers in a virtual space.

Registration for the ICCA Asia Pacific Summit is now open; the preliminary programme and registration can be accessed at the official event website:

As part of the Summit’s CSR campaign, the host - Yokohama City, an “SDG?Future City” chosen by the Japanese government, will donate EUR5 from each registration to the “Yokohama Blue Carbon Project” which is a novel carbon offset campaign utilizing coastal resources.

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