As outlined in the Alliance’s entry for the award, the standout fact was that during a time of global turmoil a plethora of international partners came together to create a successful initiative for the benefit of all – making it a win for not one organisation but 22 separate ICCA members.
This awards success, plus the Hybrid City Alliance’s ongoing value to its members is driving even more growth for the organisation, which has seen a host of new members join over the summer of 2021, including:
– South Korea, Jeju Convention & Visitors Bureau
– Thailand, Thailand Convention & Exhibition Bureau
This growth is expected to continue as the Hybrid City Alliance develops new content and opportunities that will allow the membership to grow further.
Co-founder, Glenn Duncan from Ottawa Tourism added: “On behalf of the 4 founding cities and the other great destinations that make up the current roster of this alliance, we are extremely proud of the recognition bestowed upon us by the ICCA community. We strongly believe that collaborations of this kind are meaningful and we look forward to growing and evolving to meet the needs of our industry.”
Full details of the members, further information about the Hybrid City Alliance and contacts are all now available via a dedicated website – https://www.hybridcityalliance.org/.