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New IACC-Australia Asia Pacific Chapter Formed

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President of IACC, Peter Stewart recently announced the formation of IACC’s newest chapter. The IACC-Australia Asia Pacific chapter has been established to support the growing membership in Australia and Japan as well as the considerable opportunity for growth in Asia.

iaccThe chapter was announced as a key strategy for IACC in 2012 and the chapter formation is now complete.

IACC currently has 22 members in Australia, Japan and New Zealand, and the opportunities for growth are very positive.  

Mark Cooper, CEO commented “with our emphasis on the meeting experience and the significant number of corporate and university conference centres in Australia as well as the increasing development of the conference centre concept throughout China, Korea, India and other Asian countries, this chapter has great potential to grow in the coming years.”

IACC now has three chapters including IACC-Americas, IACC-Europe, and IACC-Australia Asia-Pacific.

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