Global civil society activity in Czech Rep

Meetings Statistics

From UIA's International Meetings Statistics Report

20 years

Czech Rep is ranked #29 over a 20 year period,
with 2389 meetings since 2001.

2021

Czech Rep is ranked #26 in 2021, with 55 meetings.

Local UIA Partner

Moravia Convention Bureau

website: https://www.moraviaconvention.com/



The Moravia Convention Bureau (MCB) provides organisers assistance and independent complex information for planning and holding congresses, conferences, business meetings and incentive events in Southern Moravia and in the City of Brno.

MCB is a specialised part of the official organisation of destination management and marketing of the Tourist Authority – South Moravia, interest groups of legal entities. The founders and only members of the organisation are the South Moravian Region, City of Brno and the Association of Commerce and Tourism of the Czech Republic. The activities of the MCB are non-profit and commenced in 2008 within the scope of the Congress, Trade Fair and Incentive Tourism in the Southern Moravian Region Project. The European Union financed the project through the Southeast Regional Operational Programme.

Another milestone in the development of MCB is 2010 and its membership in the national Czech Convention Bureau, which significantly supports the expansion of services. Membership in the international association International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA) has ensured contact with the global world, valuable contacts and last but not least professional quality of rendered services since October 2010.

The main objective of MCB is to increase the number of events that are held in the destination and related promotion of Southern Moravia and the City of Brno as a suitable destination for holding congresses, conferences, trade fairs and incentive programmes. MCB is mainly a contact point and support point for organisers and planners. It cooperates with representatives of public administration and local service providers, which includes the sphere of accommodation, rental of conference facilities, trade fair halls, related equipment, catering, transportation, supporting programmes etc. The Moravia Convention Bureau is not the organiser of individual events.


Future Events in Czech Rep

2027 World ContestWorld Ploughing Organization -

2026 Annual ConferenceSociété européenne pour la formation des ingénieurs - Prague

2026 CongressEuropean Association of Dermato-Oncology - Prague

2025 CongressUnion of European Phoniatricians - Prague

2025 European Conference on African Studies (ECAS)Africa-Europe Group for Interdisciplinary Studies - Prague

2024 International Conference on Solid Compounds of Transition ElementsInternational Conference on Solid Compounds of Transition Elements - Prague

Past Events in Czech Rep

2024 Annual Meeting – International Society for Heart and Lung Transplantation - Prague
2024 Rethink Travel! – Leaving Positive Traces for a Just and Sustainable Future – International Young Nature Friends - Strazné
2023 World Road Congress – World Road Association - Prague
2023 General Assembly – European Union of Rechtspfleger - Prague
2023 Fodder Crops and Amenity Grasses – EUCARPIA - Brno
2023 Annual European Conference of Tropical Ecology – Society for Tropical Ecology - Prague
2023 Congress – Société internationale d'ethnologie et de folklore - Brno
2023 European Social Work Conference – IFSW EuropeInternational Federation of Social Workers
2023 CEE Sustainable Finance Summit – International Sustainable Finance Centre - Prague
2023 Conference – European Medical Writers Association - Prague
2023 Seminar – European Academy of Paediatric Dentistry - Prague
2022 Board Meeting – European network of Public Employment Services - Prague
2022 Conference – International Forecourt Standards Forum - Prague
2022 Meeting – Association of Language Testers in Europe - Prague
2022 Biennial Conference – European Large Families Confederation - Prague

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