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Nico Nauta is the New Chairman of the Swedish Network of Convention Bureaus

The Swedish Network of Convention Bureaus (SNCVB) has elected a new president of the network, Nico Nauta and a new Board of Directors at its annual meeting.

The meeting was held in Jönköping and Ante Jankovic was thanked as leaving President and Nico Nauta from East Sweden Convention Bureau welcomed as the new Chairman.

"During my year as president SNCVB will continue to contribute to the Swedish meetings industry development," said Nauta. "It will be an exciting year. The network has grown bigger and stronger in a very short time and now we have to channel our forces, we are involved in shaping the future of Sweden in this industry. It is very exciting that SNCVB has taken the leap into the international market by taking care of the international fairs IMEX and EIBTM. Greater involvement in the international market will lead to more business for the Swedish meetings industry."

The Swedish Network of Convention Bureaus, SNCVB is a non-profit organization where all Swedish CVBs are members. SNCVB operate based on two main areas of focus, business value and knowledge to jointly develop the Swedish meetings industry.

 

Photo: From left back row, Nico Nauta, the new chairman of the network, East Sweden Convention Bureau, Martin Theorin, Luleå Convention Bureau, Ante Jankovic, Jonkoping Convention Bureau, Emelie Gard, (President Elect), Eskilstuna Convention Bureau and Cathrarina Wallentin, Gotland Convention Bureau.