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ICCA strengthens AIME training program

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ICCA’s unique training program, the Forum for Young Professionals, has expanded its stellar line-up of senior industry speakers.

C-level PCOs from Europe, Asia and Australia are confirmed with Inge Hanser from Germany and Bannie Kim from Korea joining leading Australian PCOs Roslyn McLeod, Stephan Wurzinger, Emma Bowyer and Sarah Hamm to share their knowledge at the two-day pre AIME program.

Senior bureau and convention centre experts from Malaysia, New Zealand, Australia and the Middle East are also on the program to give a broad global perspective on the current meetings market.   It’s not too late to sign up your promising young staffers or newcomers to the industry, but places are filling fast. Participants from Australia, China, Thailand and Malaysia have already signed up.   Program and registrations details can be found here.

ICCA members will receive a complimentary invitation to attend the forum upon registration. Non-members are welcomed to join the forum at a low cost of AUD 385 on a first-come-first-serve basis as the number of seats is limited.
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