Strategic Partner of the C-IN Company Acted as a Speaker at the 52nd ICCA Congress

Education | November 10, 2013

The 52nd ICCA Congress was held in Shanghai, China from the 2nd to 6th of November 2013.

The ICCA Congresses represent an opportunity to exchange knowledge and experience in the field of convention organisation. In addition, they provide the participants with a unique chance to meet colleagues and potential clients from all over the world. Apart from presentations and moderated discussions, the delegates also have the opportunity to take part in round table working meetings and discuss topics related to convention management with people from many different countries.

Peter de Merlier, co-founder and Strategic Partner of the C-IN company, acted as a speaker at the round table discussion the topic of which was Laugh? I nearly cried! - using humour to win business. Apart from that, he also undertook the role of the moderator of the presentation and moderated discussion on Scientific discovery and advancement. Czech experts present at the presentation included Prof. Vaclav Paces, molecular biologist and former Chairman of the Czech Academy of Science, and Lenka Mikova, Deputy Director of the Innovation Centre for Fast Ground Transportation in Luzern.

Peter de Merlier has been participating in ICCA Congresses on a recurring basis.

For more information, please visit http://www.iccaworld.com.

 

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