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The ICCA member logo represents high quality and experienced international meetings suppliers.
Significantly increase the profile of your organisation by promoting your branch offices in the new hardcopy and online ICCA Membership Directory 2018/2019.
Network with your peers and exchange knowledge and business at the Sector meetings.
ICCA members hold a great depth of experience in their knowledge, and presentations at ICCA events aim to stimulate discussion and contribution from the audience to create forums of discussion. Read how you can become a speaker at an ICCA event.
ICCA has developed a special scholarship for ICCA member universities, giving the ICCA University members the opportunity to create new competitive advantages over their non-ICCA-member universities.
As an ICCA member you can contact ICCA's Research department to create a tailor-made statistics report, based on your personal requirements.
ICCA Global Association research reveals importance of partnerships and flexibility of associations and suppliers in a post-COVID world.
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.
We have all 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 keen to recruit universities which offer undergraduate and/or postgraduate programmes on the international meetings industry, and we are particularly interested in those which have high-level meetings-related research programmes.
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.