1914, USA, as International Association of Convention Bureaus. 1974, Miami FL (USA), name changed to International Association of Convention and Visitor Bureaus (IACVB) – Association internationale des bureaux de congrès et de tourisme. Aug 2005, San Diego CA (USA), changed title to Destination Marketing Association International (DMAI). Current title adopted 2017.
Provide a forum for the exchange of information; promote sound professional practices in travel marketing and in solicitation and servicing of meetings, conventions and visitors.
Events2021-05-25 | Frankfurt-Main, Germany – IMEX : International Incentive Travel, Meetings and Events Seminar
2020-09-15 | Las Vegas, NV USA – IMEX America Meeting
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Board of Directors; Executive Committee. Committees (10): Advocacy; Audit; Finance; Global Leadership; Governance; Awards; Nominating Organization Accreditation Program; Professional Accreditation Program; Professional Development; Sales and Marketing. Advisory Councils and Task Forces. Includes: Destinations International Foundation.
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