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Extension to Bella Center
Bella Arena:
New arena in Copenhagen with room för 7,000 seated guests.
trends and perspectives
Sponsors eager to return to in-person events
according to a survey by AIM Group.
Hotel nes
Scandic takes Gothenburg to new heights
– Scandic Göteborg Central set to open next year.
growing network
White paper from Hybrid City Alliance
explores multi-hub hybrid events.
Order of Australia (AM)
Harvey Lister
recognised for a lifetime dedication to tourism and the Events Industry.
A prestigious event
Tallinn Chosen as Host City
for the 2022 European Design Festival.
planning ahead
IOC board
unanimously votes for Brisbane to host 2032 Olympics.
Italy opens
Starting from July 1st
organizing events will be once again allowed in Italy.
knowledge builder
ICCA partners with GDS
to launch new Global Destination Sustainability Academy.
new job
Noor Ahmad Hamid
new Chief Operating Officer of the Malaysian Convention & Exhibition Bureau.
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Increase in Events for Bella Center A/S
Bella Center A/S held 127 events during 2011. This is an increase of 11 percent from the previous year, when the centre held a total of 114 events. One reason for the increase is the opening of the Bella Sky hotel back in May 2011.

"Investing in the largest hotel in the Nordic region has made us an even stronger player in the Danish trade fair and congress market. With 31 extra conference rooms we can attract even more meetings and conferences. We also still have the venue and the expertise to attract major international congresses to Copenhagen. Events this year include the two major congresses EWEA (Europe’s largest wind energy congress) and EAGE (the world’s largest geoscience congress)," said CEO Arne Bang Mikkelsen.