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ConferenceLeeds Ramps Tech Offering

The UK city of Leeds is ramping up its offering as a centre of excellence for the tech sector. One of the latest events to land was digitech18, which just brought over 600 delegates into the First Direct Arena. During the Leeds Digital Festival in April, over 143 events took place. Photo: Harshil Shah. From Meetpie.com…

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Sibos 2018 Showcases Local Fintech

Sibos has been held in Sydney, bringing with it 7,000 business leaders and decision makers from around the world. One of the world’s largest financial events, Sibos was secured over four years ago by Business Events Sydney. As at Sibos 2016 in Geneva (see JMIC Case Studies), local fintech start-ups are exhibiting. From CIM News Magazine…

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Three New Hubs for US (and Congress) Capital

Washington DC is to focus on three new knowledge hubs for its 2019 marketing in an effort to remain number one congress destination in the USA. Transport, government advocacy and sustainability are the three new attractions to tempt international associations, as well as existing hubs of biotech / pharma, education and technology. From Association Meetings International…

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Oncology Congress Won by Brisbane

Brisbane is set to host 2,000 leading cancer experts in a first time event for Australia. The World Congress of the International Federation of Head and Neck Oncologic Societies will take place at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre in 2026, with the aim of raising global care and treatment for patients. From CIM News Magazine…

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Balinese Venues Stage Major IMF Event

Bali has hosted the International Monetary Fund World Bank Group Annual Meetings 2018, attracting 36,669, including delegates from 189 member countries. Heads of state, ministers and other delegates met at BICC, the Bali International Convention Centre, while 467 guest rooms at the Westin Resort Nusa Dua were converted to offices for their use. From CIM News Magazine…

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31 New Zealand Experts Attract 18,000

New Zealand’s tourism minister has thanked 31 experts who have secured international conferences for their efforts in growing the country’s business, research and technology hubs. The 25 events that were secured are expected to bring over 18,000 international experts into New Zealand, and an estimated NZ$37 million into the local economy. From Association Meetings International…

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The Association Model: Not a Dead End After All, Says Research

The rise of the ‘individual’, modern consumerism, social media, open-source publishing: all have been cited as reasons why the traditional association model is doomed. It’s a viewpoint which does assume that associations are incapable of self-reform. And yet industry research keeps showing the number of international association meetings going up and up. From Association Meetings International…

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Nancy: Home of Fibre, Hydreos and Materalia

Nancy, the capital of the Duchy of Lorraine in northeast France, is now synonymous with creativity and brainpower. The presence of large national research institutions, together with four high-yield industries and three internationally recognised competitive clusters, have been drawing conferences and meetings of all sizes and formats. From Boardroom…

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Dublin: Winning Immunology’s ECI 2024

The Convention Centre Dublin will host the 7th European Congress of Immunology in 2024. The event is expected to attract more than 3,000 delegates from 80 countries, and bring just shy of €5 million into the local economy. It was the Irish Society for Immunology’s third attempt at bidding for the meeting. From AMI Intellectual Capitals…

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Jerusalem: “One Hub Nourishes the Other”

Building on a strong backbone of 17 academic institutions, Jerusalem has emerged as a hub for life science and biomedical companies. The holy city is today making groundbreaking achievements which attract the attention of associations around the globe, not least of which is playing a leading role across global research into cannabis. From Boardroom…

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Association Meetings History Published

International association meetings continue to show “robust growth”, according to a new history of the sector. The International Congress and Convention Association report “A Modern History of International Association Meetings – Update: 1963-2017” was released to mark ICCA’s 55th anniversary. From Association Meetings International…

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CTICC Gets Ready for Audiology Meeting

The World Congress of Audiology is about to take place for the first time in Africa, attended by 800 delegates from the UK, Europe, USA and also Australia. The three-day event at CTICC is expected to make an economic impact of R15.3 million. Cape Town leads Africa in medical meetings, followed by Cairo and Kigali. From Meetpie.com…

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