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ICCA member press benefit from exclusive networking opportunities with potential advertisers and respected spokespersons in the meetings market. They have exclusive access to the ICCA Congress, including one free registration for editorial staff.
There are many possibilities to raise your company profile before, during and after the ICCA Research, Sales & Marketing Programme and the ICCA Congress.
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 Best Marketing Award recognises the excellence and outstanding achievements of organisations in their effort to market their destination or product, and is open to all ICCA members, regardless of their sector.
The ICCA Best PR Award, in association with International Meetings Review (IMR), recognises exceptional PR performance by ICCA members.
ICCA contact persons are frequently the main marketing budget holders and the ICCA PR Kit is used by our members both to extend their circulation of editorial information and as a source of potential advertising channels.
Hard copies are distributed to over 4,000 international associations responsible for organising international meetings and to suppliers from all over the world. The Online Membership Directory promotes ICCA members on the ICCA Website.
Increase your profile in the meetings industry with these free and simple ICCA PR Tools.
The ICCA Statistics Reports are your guide for any future decisions and a must-have if you are a supplier in the meetings industry.
Planning tool designed to promote ICCA members to buyers and suppliers worldwide, distributed at the IMEX tradeshow in Frankfurt each year.
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.
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 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.