news
key highlights
Move Over Covid, the Business Travel Industry Tackles
New Considerations on its Continued Road to Recovery.
hotel news
Scandic’s largest hotel to date opens in Copenhagen
- Nordic spa and chef from Michelin-starred restaurant.
Award
Helsinki Airport
Best Airport in Northern Europe.
Stockholm is number one
Corporate Knights
inaugural Sustainable Cities Index ranks 50 global cities.
15-18 November 2022
International Aviation Conference
lands at MCEC bringing $4.7m to Melbourne’s economy.
hotel news
Scandic
to take over Hotel Opus in Horsens, Denmark.
business intelligence
mci group
drives the digital evolution.
hotel news
Historic Scandic Holmenkollen Park
reopens in new attire.
business intelligence
Vienna on top in the 2021 ICCA ranking:
Austria Center Vienna sees clear upturn in conferences.
At Takina 2025
Wellington makes history
winning digital preservation conference.
RSS
rss_icon
Links
Martin Sirk lead Global Association Hus Partnership

Martin Sirk has been announced as international advisor to lead the Global Association Hubs Partnership (GAHP).

The announcement, at IMEX yesterday, sees the former ICCA CEO set to lead GAHP into a new era following the retirement of Herve Bosquet.

Martin Sirk was joined at a press conference by representatives from GAHPs four partner cities - Brussels, Dubai, Singapore and Washington DC. He brings almost four decades of experience with business events, associations and tourism to the association.

In hus new role, he will provide executives guidence and leadership to the partnership, building on the positive impact made over the first three years of it existence, and underlining GAHPs commitment tp heöping associations achieve their strategic goals.

Martin Sirk said: "My intention is to creatively build on this solid foundation to ensure that any international association will always think of Brussels, Dubai, Singapore and Wasjington DC as their natural destination partners n achieving their global business and societal objectives."

Officially assuming his new role on 1 June, Sirk will also be responsible for business development, contributing to the building of a global community of international association executies, as well as research and governance.

Bosquet said: "It has been a privilege to work cloesly together with the GAHP partners and I thank them for their efforts and support, individually and as one team. I wish Martin Sirk all the very best in furthering GAHPs mission, vision and strategy in the years ahead. Martin was one of GAHPs early supporter and I trust the partnership will continue to thtrive under his guidance".