International Association of Venue Managers (IAVM)
1924-12-27 Cleveland OH USA
Founded 27 Dec 1924, Cleveland OH (USA), as Auditorium Managers Association. Later known as International Association of Assembly Managers (IAAM); also referred to as International Society of Professional Auditorium Administrators -- International Association of Auditorium Managers.
Contribute to the professional and personal development of public assembly facility managers members through promotion and development of quality programs and services; foster use of these facilities for the benefit, recreation and entertainment of the public; cultivate acquaintance and communication among managers of such facilities; circulate information of value to the members and the public so as to develop more frequent and efficient use of such facilities; standardize practices and ethics of management and relationships with the public; develop and maintain liaison with national and international organizations in allied fields and provide such other related services which promote the advancement of the Association.
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