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UIA 2020 Survey on the meetings of international associations

The Union of International Associations (UIA) has invited 25,000 international associations to participate in its 8th edition of the Survey on International Meetings Issues to uncover how they organize their meetings and conferences. The Report will be released on 12th November 2020 at the annual UIA Associate Members Meeting in Prague and be freely available to the public on the UIA’s website.

The UIA conducts the survey every two years, and it is the largest survey looking into the meetings behavior of all the diverse types of international associations representing civic, charitable, commercial, or industrial interests around the world. By conducting the survey on a regular basis, those involved in the process of organizing international meetings can get a sense of changes over the years as well as the challenges of the current environment.

For the 2020 Survey, the UIA is supported by its sponsors Busan Tourism Organization and Seoul Tourism Organization.

 

For more information, please contact Clara Fernández López: clara@uia.org