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8-10 December 2020
IBTM World Virtual 2020
goes live in a week.

These 10 Big Changes
Will Impact Events For Years To Come.
Kellerman
No Vision, No Future
Roger Kellerman on turning your vision into an action plan.
Economic Recovery
Drivers of Economic Recovery
Futurist Rohit Talwar on baseline scenarios for recovery.
Transition
Focus on Helping Customers Lower Carbon Footprint
Sands Expo offering total carbon neutrality at no additional cost.
Knowledge Hub
Dubai Association Centre Provides Strong Platform for Recovery and Growth
Poised to see a substantial uplift in newly licensed associations through the rest of 2020.
Hospitality
Coronavirus Pandemic Will Not Be a Paradigm Shift in Hospitality
Nightclub and hospitality legend Ian Schrager believe things will return to normal.
Radar
Geneva International Association Forum – a Global Platform for Knowledge Sharing
Seeks to establish annual global leading platform for knowledge sharing in Geneva.
Adapt and Act
Business Meetings Might Move to a More Hybrid Set-Up
Radisson Hospitality ceo Federico J González on how hotels will change permanently.
Radar
The Kaohsiung Protocol Identifies Trends and Key Strategies
Taiwan invites the global ICCA community to connect and explore new ideas, formats and technologies.
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Gothenburg Appointed the Most Sustainable Destination by ICCA.

For the second year in a row Gothenburg has been appointed the Most Sustainable Destination by ICCA. Gothenburg is a Fairtrade City and new, eco-friendly solutions are constantly a focus in order to secure a sustainable city for generations to come. The city is also a member of the association Klimatkommunerna, (Clean Air Regions) where municipalities, county councils and regions are collaborating to solve climate change issues.

The award as the most sustainable destination is an acknowledgement to those who have succeeded in developing the most sustainable destination in the Scandinavian Region.

The ICCA Scandinavian Destination Sustainability Index is the result of a commitment to and a focus on creating a more sustainable meetings region in the Scandinavian countries. Joining forces Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden and Denmark work closely together towards this goal.