IAPCO

IAPCO is the leading authority on professional congress organization worldwide and is universally accepted benchmark for quality within congress organization and the global branding of excellence for the meetings industry.

ICCA

ICCA – the International Congress and Convention Association representing the world’s leading suppliers in handling, transporting and accommodating international meetings and events, and now comprises over 1,100 member companies and organisations in almost 100 countries worldwide.

Since its establishment 55 years ago, ICCA specializes in the international association meetings sector, offering unrivalled data, communication channels, and business development opportunities.

ETHICAL MEDTECH

MedTech Europe is the European trade association representing the medical technology industries, from diagnosis to cure. It represents Diagnostics and Medical Devices manufacturers operating in Europe.

In the framework of the Ethical MedTech Code, there is one stakeholder—Professional Conference Organizers (PCOs) which plays a key role in the organization of independent medical conferences. Although PCOs do not fall directly within the scope of the Code, they can and may indirectly influence how MedTech Europe Members set up their compliance with this same Code when supporting medical conferences.

AMC Institute

The AMC Institute (AMCI) is a non-profit trade organization focused on advancing
professionalism and high industry standards for association management
companies. AMCI provides expert support and resources to drive new business to
members, champions accreditation to promote industry best practices, and
creates educational and networking opportunities for AMCs to engage and learn
from each other.
The AMC Institute represents over 180 association management companies that
collectively provide full-service management to over 1,800 associations and
provide project support to 900 additional associations. The total budget for
associations managed by AMC Institute members is more than $1.5 billion
annually and the associations represent 2.8 million members.