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World of Associations News is our monthly e-newsletter, produced in partnership with CIM - Conference & Incentive Management.

This e-newsletter features upcoming international congresses, interviews with association executives, surveys, and best meeting deals/offers for organizations. It is also an interactive platform for international associations who are seeking for opinion-sharing with their peers on topical issues, best practices and experiences.

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Newsletter Archive

May 2022
In This Issue:
  • Brussels and Associations: Making the perfect match
  • More than just streaming sessions
  • Why Istanbul?
April 2022
In This Issue:
  • Strengthening your digital presence
  • Safety must always be a priority
  • Why Barcelona?
March 2022
In This Issue:
  • UIA Survey on International Meeting Issues ­­– 2022 (continued COVID 19 Impact on International Association Meetings)
  • Our Members are excited to get together again
  • Why Vienna?
February 2022
In This Issue:
  • Change and innovation are hard. Design Thinking makes it easier
  • Celebrate the opportunity to meet again
  • Why Oslo?
January 2022
In This Issue:
  • Message from the (UIA) President
  • Exchange does not work well digitally
  • Why Montreux
December 2021
In This Issue:
  • Resounding success for UIA Round Tables
  • UK sporting venues that will lead your next events to victory
  • Why Brussels?
November 2021
In This Issue:
  • The Art of Selecting the Right Destination
  • Boost performance and impact of your association
  • Why Singapore?
October 2021
In This Issue:
  • UK venues making a sustainable impact for future business events
  • Pushing the Envelope
  • Why Hamburg?
September 2021
In This Issue:
  • UIA Statistics Report and The Pandemic in 2020
  • Safe Travels Stamp
  • Why Amsterdam?
August 2021
In This Issue:
  • The Meetings Show welcomes associations to 2021 event
  • Meet the Hybrid City Alliance
  • Why Ghent?

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