ICCA Virtual Association Meetings Programme (AMP) 2020

29 – 30 June


Registration is closed

Who should attend?

Partnership is a major theme of the AMP, both in the content of the education sessions and in the meeting environment we create. We actively discourage a “selling atmosphere”, to encourage open exchanges of views and experiences.

The AMP is particularly suited to:

ICCA member from all sectors and at all organisational levels, especially those in client-facing and strategic roles, who would like to:




Association executives involved in negotiating, planning and/or organising international association meetings, and who wish to:

• Exchange knowledge with destination partners and other association executives.
• Share their views on how to improve these strategic partnerships.
• Stay up-to-date with the latest issues and trends related to destination selection and working with host destination teams.

Please contact Ksenija Polla for more information.

Why associations should attend ICCA Events

How is it different to the ICCA Congress?

The ICCA Congress – our largest annual gathering – mainly attracts participants from senior management and is focused on strategic issues, whereas the ICCA Association Meetings Programme has a more practical, operational focus.
  • Smaller in size: With 20+ association executives and ICCA Members from across the world coming together in an open and comfortable environment, the AMP is perfect for industry newcomers and experienced professionals to learn about association meetings in interactive, experience-fuelled sessions.
  • Building stronger relationships: The AMP’s smaller scale increases the chances of building stronger and more meaningful connections between associations and suppliers, helping each other understand ones challenges and building trust and long-term partnerships for the future.
  • Practical education that develops professional skills: AMP education is centered around the development of new skills and knowledge of the latest trends in association meetings, which delegates can directly implement when they get back to the office.