International Association of Professional Congress Organisers (IAPCO)
Association internationale des organisateurs professionnels de congrès
1968-01-05 Brussels Belgium
Founded 5 Jan 1968, Brussels (Belgium), at a meeting under the patronage of F-XF3352 - Union of International Associations (UIA). Status finalized Jan 1969, London (UK); official foundation, 30 Jan 1969; Registered Office transferred to Zurich (Switzerland), 1988. Statutes and standing orders adopted Feb 2015, Lisbon (Portugal); Feb 2018, Tokyo (Japan). Registered in accordance with Swiss Civil Code.
Raise standards of service among members and other sectors of the meetings industry by means of continuing education and interaction with other professionals.
Events2023-02 | Jerusalem, Israel – Council Meeting, Annual General Assembly and Workshop
2021-05-13 | The Hague, Netherlands – Council Meeting
2021-02-08 | Florence, Italy – Council Meeting
2021-02-08 – Council Meeting, Annual General Assembly and Workshop
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