European Federation of Conference Towns (EFCT)
Fédération européenne des villes de congrès (FEVC)
Europäische Vereinigung der Kongressstädte (EVK)
1964-11-20 Brussels Belgium
20 Nov 1964, Brussels (Belgium), a working party having been set up 27 Nov 1963, Brussels. Originally known as European Federation of Congress Towns. Registered in accordance with Belgian law. 1 Jan 2007, merged with U-XF1668 - European Cities Tourism (ECT) to form F-XM2496 - City Destinations Alliance (CityDNA).
Bring together eligible European towns desiring to act as venues for congresses; facilitate mutual exchange of information and publication of specialized studies; collaborate with official institutions and international organizations concerned with organization of congresses; promote Europe as a whole and each European member town as a leading conference destination.
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General Assembly (annual). Board of Directors, comprising President, 1st and 2nd Vice-Presidents, Treasurer and 4 members. Secretariat.
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