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Ideas and advice for meeting planners to obtain a better understanding of the hotel business objectives that drive hotel negotiating positions.
Charting global market growth, this white paper contains insights from ICCA's Regional Directors and Association Relations Partners into the intricacies of hosting international association meetings market in regions across the world.
How to extract maximum value from meetings, congresses and tradeshows.
By supplying ICCA with meetings information, we are in a position to transfer this knowledge to our members who can then contact you in a timely, relevant and professional manner.
Do you already have a bid manual, however would like somebody to have a look at it? ICCA is happy to review it and make suggestions where and if needed.
This ICCA publication will help you to define the social media landscape of your meeting and gives you practical tips for developing a strategy for using social media to facilitate an online discussion before, during and after your meetings.
This public abstract of the ICCA Statistics Report, The International Association Meetings Market, gives an indication on ten-year trends of international association meetings, including comprehensive rankings for all countries and cities.
The meetings industry has been talking about the value of meetings for several years. Now it is your TIME TO ACT and join an elite group of recognised, high profile events to serve as examples to the meetings industry!
ICCA is always looking for international association leaders who are interested in speaking about future trends in association congresses and the strategic objectives of their associations.
This publication is produced as a practical educational guide which gives ideas and advice to international association meeting planners and decision makers how to deal effectively with the airline industry in the 21st century.
Gives a better understanding of what services convention bureaux provide and how they are organised.
This publication is designed to help associations understand the differences between AMCs, PCOs, DMCs and other agencies dealing with association meetings, and the many different options for collaborative and contractual relationships.