IAPCO Edge 2020

What is an IAPCO EDGE Seminar?

All EDGE Seminars are taught by an international faculty made up of leaders in the industry who have real-life experiences and case studies to share with the audience.  The seminars are highly interactive, ensuring plenty of time to not only learn from the faculty but knowledge exchange with your peers through group work, debate and discussion, Q&A’s and social networking. 

Did you know that IAPCO Education is open to all, not just IAPCO members!

An IAPCO EDGE Seminar embraces all sectors of the meetings industry, the target audience is:

  • PCO/ Meeting Planners
  • CVB
  • Associations
  • Congress Centres/ Venues
  • DMC/ AMC/ Travel Agencies

“The learning in the conference room is surpassed only by the invaluable connections made within the industry. A not to be missed opportunity!”
Lisa Vickers, African Agenda (PCO)

EDGE Seminar

Expect to learn more about:

  • Bidding
  • Meeting design
  • Exhibition and Sponsorship
  • Participant Engagement
  • Marketing
  • People Skills

Who should attend:

  • Project Manager level or similar
  • Keen to increase knowledge of international meetings industry
  • 0-5 years in the events/ meetings industry

Book now for the next IAPCO EDGE Seminar in Munich, 21-23 January 2020

“EDGE really delivered on its promise

  • E – Experts – great and inspiring speakers
  • D – Dynamic – interactive format and wonderful discussions
  • G – Global – great group of people from various backgrounds
  • E – Education – many takeaway points to apply to my everyday work”

Nele Aumann, Hamburg Convention Bureau

Sustainability Statement

In all IAPCO EDGE 2020 related activities we guarantee a respectful, environmental friendly and sparingly usage of resources.

Whenever possible, we take ecological and social criteria into consideration and the same we request from our co-hosts, partners and service providers.
For IAPCO EDGE 2020 we strive to conserve materials and energy and to prevent and reduce wastes, this making this event environmentally friendlier.

Some examples:

  • Registrations are processed without paper. Inhouse printing will be avoided.
  • Printing materials for the seminar itself will be produced eco friendly and only in necessary amounts.
  • We will use Munich´s public transportation system instead of bus and taxi
  • Food leftovers will be donated whenever possible.

… to be completed during the preperation process.