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The 61st ICCA Congress themed “Together We Can” on 6-9 November 2022, will take attendees to a city in the heart of Europe that is also a centre of international culture, art, and science. Kraków, Poland is a place to explore centuries of history alongside jewels of modern architecture. Each year the easily accessible city welcomes many important cultural and academic events and business meetings.

The annual ICCA Congress draws top industry leaders and associations from around the world. Attendees will meet face-to-face to forge new business partnerships and build stronger connections. More importantly, they will engage in meaningful conversations during unique networking opportunities and social activities throughout the Congress.

Each year, thousands of events professionals and association executives converge at a new host destination for the three-day programme. Attendees benefit from opportunities to make meaningful connections with new business partners, knowledge-sharing, and expert insights. The Congress additionally aims to advance the global industry’s commitment to a more sustainable and inclusive future.

In 2022, Congress delegates will reunite face-to-face at ICE Kraków, the state-of-the-art meeting destination in Kraków, Poland. The Congress coincides with the 20th anniversary of the Polish Tourism Organisation’s membership in the International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA).

The heartbeat of the global association meetings community

ICCA has represented the world’s top destinations and experienced suppliers specialising in handling, transporting, and accommodating international meetings and events. The ICCA Association Community, launched in 2020, additionally encompasses all major stakeholders in the world of association meetings.

As the community and knowledge hub for the industry, ICCA offers business development and networking opportunities, unrivalled data, education, and communication channels. ICCA has further demonstrated its position as a driving force in the industry with initiatives including the ICCASkills events professional certification programme and a commitment to Net Zero Carbon events by 2050.

Read the preliminary programme for the 61st Congress here.