The Convention Bureau enhances business opportunities, promotes Italy as a Mice destination, coordinates and represents the Italian offer as well as spreads the culture of the Mice industry through proper training.
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Auckland Convention Bureau (ACB) was set up nearly 20 years ago to promote Auckland as a great city for conferences, conventions and other business events, and to support event planners in delivering a world-class experience for delegates.
Since the last update 8 October 2014:
- 3,714 organization profiles have been updated
- 307 organization addresses have changed
- 162 new organization profiles have been added
A few of the new organizations include:
Qatar National Convention Centre (QNCC) is located on Qatar Foundation’s 2,500-acre campus, which hosts faculties from world-renowned universities such as Weill Cornell, Texas A&M, and Georgetown, as well as home-grown centers such as Sidra Medical and Research Center, Qatar Science & Technology Park, and Al Jazeera Children’s Channel.
The congress section of Toerisme Oostende vzw was created 15 years ago. Today it is a full Convention Bureau with a team of 5 employees at your service. Thanks to the accumulated expertise they are able to offer their customers professional and, above all, personal services.
Opened by former president, Nelson Mandela in 1997, the Durban ICC was South Africa’s first International Convention Centre and has played a pioneering role in attracting international events to South Africa's shores since its inception.
UIA congratulates Mundaneum on the occasion of its archives being included in UNESCO’s Memory of the World registry.
India Convention Promotion Bureau (ICPB) is a management oriented organization that has been promoting and establishing India as a preferred MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conventions & Exhibitions) destination. It draws its membership from the length and breadth of the hospitality industry as well as other private and government organizations involved directly and indirectly in MICE tourism.
The Union of International Associations (UIA) is pleased to announce that it is now offering free, open access to the back editions of its periodicals. This initiative follows our release of the Open Yearbook and Open Calendar earlier this year and is part of the UIA's wish to make its resources more widely available.
UIA's annual International Meeting Statistics Report for the Year 2013 is now available to Associate Members.
The report will be available to non-members in September 2014.