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Everything ICCA members need to know about using local champions to build success in the international association meeting sector.
This is the most innovative way to bring an ICCA Database Training right into your office. Gather your colleagues for a Data training session or pick a private spot and interact on a one-on-one basis with one of the ICCA colleagues in your region.
ICCA’s collaborative Association Relations Partners programme allows ICCA members in all regions worldwide to strengthen their own ties and increase their profile within the international association community.
ICCA successfully incorporates Big Data into the ICCA Association Database. A unique way to identify your local representatives who could help you to bid for an international meeting.
ICCA's success over four decades has been built on the principle of members exchanging commercial information with one another about recently hosted events. This is the foundation of ICCA's Association Database and the Business Exchange.
As part of the agreement with The Global Biorisk Advisory Council® (GBAC), ICCA promotes GBAC programmes that help venues and cleaning professionals better prepare for, respond to, and recover from biorisk situations.
The ICCA Association Database is a sales and marketing resource which allows ICCA members to search for association meetings that are likely to come to their destination, in other words find potential business, and to identify confirmed meetings.
ICCA's approach towards the corporate meetings market is designed to unlock the expertise and marketing channels that already exist within the ICCA membership, creating a unique ICCA resource that cannot be replicated in the open market.
As an ICCA member you can contact ICCA's Research department to create a tailor-made statistics report, based on your personal requirements.
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.