Across the globe, members have been holding regional networking and educational meetings this summer.
In the spirit of forging powerful connections with peers by coming together face-to-face and sharing ideas, trends and news, it has been a busy few months between the Americas Connect event and before the Europe chapter Knowledge Festival.
Some member countries and regions have come together in support of country Copper Skillet culinary competitions and others have staged sales, social media and other kinds of education in order to provide more value to members.
Regional meetings have taken place in New York, Chicago, Philadelphia and Washington DC and in Europe, members have come together in Sweden, UK, Denmark and the Benelux regions with more planned later this year.
Mark Cooper, IACC’s CEO commented “As busy as our members are, there is no online substitute for the power of making personal connections with your peers in your region and these meetings are a great platform to ensure our members are kept up to date with IACC initiatives and other events. We are currently looking at more ways to bring members together between our major events in order to unlock the power of the IACC network.”
IACC is primarily a venue-based association, which certifies residential and non-residential meetings and conference focused venues.
The IACC certification is a global badge of honour that is trusted by Meeting Planners and the industry the world over.