Meetings No 22
Intro
Constructive Journalism
Atti Soenarso: Journalism that offers a fuller picture of our world.
Cover Story
Anna Rosling Rönnlund, Gapminder
“We’re right, you’re wrong. It’s as simple as that.”
Intermission
You have to have Stories to tell
The simple poetry of My Life as a Dog.
Long Tail Insights
The Power and Legacy of Conferences
Stories of serendipity, innovation and driving social change.
Smart Decision
Sustainable Meetings Vital Part of the New Strategy of Gothenburg
Gothenburg has a clear plan.
Radar
African Convention Bureaux Will Lead the Way
Agenda 2063 is a call to action.
Radar
IBTM World Announces Tech Watch Award shortlist
A shortlist of nine finalists has been announced.
Economic Impact
Incheon – Forward-thinking Metropolis
A South Korean city with a demand for business events.
Intermission
You Are Not Safe
Predicting the birth of the Internet with 20/20 hindsight.
Global Index
Gaining Edge Launches Global Competitive Index
Bigger isn’t always more competitive.
Radar
IACC confirms 63 new member venues in Denmark
The new venues are part of Danske Konference Centre.
Sharma
Isn’t It Time? The 13 Questions for Visionaries
Robin Sharma hopes to help you win.
Thought Leadership
A Futurist on the Future of Payments
Anders Sorman-Nilsson: It has to be frictionless.
Radar
Tips for Measuring ROI
Two ROI experts share their insights.
Forecast
CWT Meetings and Events Forecast 2019
Data-driven insight and expert analysis to maximise your results.
Kellerman
Our Knowledge Bank Is Growing
Roger Kellerman: New knowledge flows to us.
classifieds
news
business intelligence
One theme set to dominate 2019,
according to IMEX Group: how to leverage assets
business intelligence
The Meetings Show’s advisory board
predicts the biggest trends for 2019.
Business Intelligence
ICC Sydney Bolsters Legacy Program,
Unveiling Dedicated Creative Industries Stream.
futuristic
IACC partners with industry greats
and World Obesity Federation to bring delegate dietary requirements guide for meeting planners.
business Intelligence
Scottish Event Campus (SEC)
submits planning application to create global facility for world class events.
Hi tech
IBTM Trends Watch report
highlights importance of tech to events industry.
business Intelligence
BestCities
unveil ground-breaking ‘Universal Accessibility in Meetings’ research.
Fast growth
IACC
confirms 63 new member venues in Denmark
Growth from Asia
Asia Pac exhibitors
extend footprint at IBTM World 2018.
IBTM World 2018
When the party’s over… top tips for measuring ROI
top tips for measuring ROI.
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IACC confirms 63 new member venues in Denmark

The new venues are part of Danske Konference Centre, a national sales and marketing consortium of more than 100 conference venues in Denmark. All of its gold and silver tier member venues – 63 in total – will become IACC certified venues from 1st January 2019, making it the largest country collection of members outside of the US.

Mark Cooper, CEO, IACC says: “Building our Scandinavian membership has been a real focus for us and I’m excited for what the future holds for IACC in the region as we continue towards our goal of representing the top one per cent of meeting venues globally.”

IACC’s European Chapter President Lotta Boman adds: “Conferences, meetings and training events are ingrained in the culture of the Danish and as a result, there are excellent venues available. We are excited to bring the Danish perspective into our communities and into our research and trends.”

The membership will provide the 63 new venues and their teams with important access to trends, research, global learning as well as events, conferences and being a part of the organisation’s continued programme of educating meeting planners globally.

Marlene Horsbøl Sylvester–Hvid, CEO, Danske Konference Centre comments: “This new relationship is exciting because of the differing strengths of our two organisations coming together to serve the Danish members to the fullest.”

Flemming Jakobsen, Chairman, Danske Konference Centre highlighted that while Danske Konference Centre has a strong brand presence nationally, IACC’s well known profile internationally was an important factor in the board’s support of the alliance.

Photo: Hotel Vejlefjord, by Allan Trolle