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Global or Regional Association Meetings -  Where is the Biggest Growth Coming From? #icca11 WEDNESDAY 26/10/11
Global or Regional Association Meetings -  Where is the Biggest Growth Coming From? #icca11 WEDNESDAY 26/10/11
Global or Regional Association Meetings -  Where is the Biggest Growth Coming From? #icca11 WEDNESDAY 26/10/11
Global or Regional Association Meetings -  Where is the Biggest Growth Coming From? #icca11 WEDNESDAY 26/10/11
Global or Regional Association Meetings -  Where is the Biggest Growth Coming From? #icca11 WEDNESDAY 26/10/11
Global or Regional Association Meetings -  Where is the Biggest Growth Coming From? #icca11 WEDNESDAY 26/10/11
Global or Regional Association Meetings -  Where is the Biggest Growth Coming From? #icca11 WEDNESDAY 26/10/11
Global or Regional Association Meetings -  Where is the Biggest Growth Coming From? #icca11 WEDNESDAY 26/10/11
Global or Regional Association Meetings -  Where is the Biggest Growth Coming From? #icca11 WEDNESDAY 26/10/11
Global or Regional Association Meetings -  Where is the Biggest Growth Coming From? #icca11 WEDNESDAY 26/10/11
Global or Regional Association Meetings -  Where is the Biggest Growth Coming From? #icca11 WEDNESDAY 26/10/11
Global or Regional Association Meetings -  Where is the Biggest Growth Coming From? #icca11 WEDNESDAY 26/10/11
Global or Regional Association Meetings -  Where is the Biggest Growth Coming From? #icca11 WEDNESDAY 26/10/11
Global or Regional Association Meetings -  Where is the Biggest Growth Coming From? #icca11 WEDNESDAY 26/10/11
Global or Regional Association Meetings -  Where is the Biggest Growth Coming From? #icca11 WEDNESDAY 26/10/11
Global or Regional Association Meetings -  Where is the Biggest Growth Coming From? #icca11 WEDNESDAY 26/10/11
Global or Regional Association Meetings -  Where is the Biggest Growth Coming From? #icca11 WEDNESDAY 26/10/11
Global or Regional Association Meetings -  Where is the Biggest Growth Coming From? #icca11 WEDNESDAY 26/10/11
Global or Regional Association Meetings -  Where is the Biggest Growth Coming From? #icca11 WEDNESDAY 26/10/11
Global or Regional Association Meetings -  Where is the Biggest Growth Coming From? #icca11 WEDNESDAY 26/10/11
Global or Regional Association Meetings -  Where is the Biggest Growth Coming From? #icca11 WEDNESDAY 26/10/11
Global or Regional Association Meetings -  Where is the Biggest Growth Coming From? #icca11 WEDNESDAY 26/10/11
Global or Regional Association Meetings -  Where is the Biggest Growth Coming From? #icca11 WEDNESDAY 26/10/11
Global or Regional Association Meetings -  Where is the Biggest Growth Coming From? #icca11 WEDNESDAY 26/10/11
Global or Regional Association Meetings -  Where is the Biggest Growth Coming From? #icca11 WEDNESDAY 26/10/11
Global or Regional Association Meetings -  Where is the Biggest Growth Coming From? #icca11 WEDNESDAY 26/10/11
Global or Regional Association Meetings -  Where is the Biggest Growth Coming From? #icca11 WEDNESDAY 26/10/11
Global or Regional Association Meetings -  Where is the Biggest Growth Coming From? #icca11 WEDNESDAY 26/10/11
Global or Regional Association Meetings -  Where is the Biggest Growth Coming From? #icca11 WEDNESDAY 26/10/11
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Global or Regional Association Meetings - Where is the Biggest Growth Coming From? #icca11 WEDNESDAY 26/10/11

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    • 1. Global or Regional Association Meetings - Where is the Biggest Growth Coming From?
    • 2. Rotation Areas of Meetings Absolute numbers of meetings have increased in all rotation areas over the past decade. World/International is still the biggest rotation area in numbers of meetings, the relative number of international association meetings that rotate worldwide has been decreasing over the past 15 years, reaching an all-time low in 2009.
    • 3. Rotation Areas of Meetings Europe is still the second biggest rotation area in numbers of international association meetings; it has been relatively stable over the decade. Bigger expansion of numbers of meetings in almost all remaining activity areas over the past years except for Nordic Countries and Ibero-America. At the end of the decade Asia/Pacific, Latin Amercia, Europe/North America and Interamercan show an increasing or stable trend while Asia and Africa/Middle East indicate a slight drop.
    • 4. Number of Series per Rotation Area ACTIVITY # SERIES Europe/Interamerican 54 World/International 7342 Asean Countries 54 Europe 4211 French Speaking Countries 51 Asia/Pacific 915 Europe/N.America/Japan 50 Latin America 551 Europe/N.America/Asia 48 Asia 401 Asia/Pacific/N. America 47 Europe/North America 398 Scandinavia 47 Nordic Countries 340 South America 46 Ibero-America 283 Baltic Countries 44 Africa 240 Eastern/Central Europe 33 Interamerican 196 Central Europe 29 Latin America/Caribbean 107 East Asia 24 German Speaking Countries 106 Commonwealth 24 Asia/Europe 69 Caribbean 23 Pacific Rim 67 Arab Nations 23 Mediterranean 59 Balkan Countries 22 Mercosur 21
    • 5. Percentages per Year Rotation Area 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 World/International 49,4% 47,9% 46,5% 46,6% 46,1% 46,5% Europe 28,7% 29,4% 29,9% 30,4% 30,4% 30,0% Asia/Pacific 5,5% 5,9% 6,2% 5,8% 5,8% 5,8% Latin America 3,6% 3,5% 3,6% 3,6% 3,7% 3,9% Asia 3,1% 3,3% 3,5% 3,5% 3,3% 3,3% Europe/North America 2,5% 2,8% 2,8% 2,8% 2,9% 3,1% Interamerican 2,1% 2,2% 2,3% 2,2% 2,3% 2,5% Nordic Countries 2,0% 2,0% 1,8% 1,8% 1,9% 1,8% Ibero-America 1,7% 1,8% 1,7% 1,8% 1,8% 1,7% Africa/Middle East 1,2% 1,2% 1,6% 1,6% 1,7% 1,4%
    • 6. Absolute Figures per Year Rotation Area 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 World/International 3.840 4.064 4.153 4.447 4.229 4.208 Europe 2.234 2.494 2.665 2.895 2.793 2.713 Asia/Pacific 428 500 550 550 536 523 Latin America 283 299 323 342 342 354 Asia 238 284 315 330 302 296 Europe/North America 194 236 252 267 264 278 Interamerican 165 191 207 212 207 226 Nordic Countries 159 172 163 176 177 167 Ibero-America 136 150 156 167 167 154 Africa/Middle East 97 99 140 150 159 129 Totals 7.774 8.489 8.924 9.536 9.176 9.048
    • 7. Number of Meetings per Region Europe still the most popular destination with the majority of 54% of the meetings being hosted there in 2010. However Europe’s market share has been decreasing over the past 10 years and so has the relative popularity of North America, due to an increase in attractiveness of Asia/Middle East mostly and Latin America. Africa and Oceania have stayed rather stable over the years, at the comparable level of meetings organised with the biggest shift in 2009, when Africa surpassed Oceania in the ranking.
    • 8. Market Share per Region
    • 9. Case Study US based Associations go global: countries such as China, India, Brazil, South Africa regularly appearing as areas for expansion?
    • 10. Number of International Organizations per Country COUNTRY of Headquarter # IO's U.S.A. 2134 United Kingdom 1343 Belgium 923 France 698 Germany 694 Switzerland 625 Netherlands 570 Canada 332 Spain 298 Italy 294 Austria 264 Australia 264 Japan 222 Singapore 176
    • 11. Number of Events Organized from the U.S.A. # Events of US Based Associations EYEAR Events in COUNTRY 340 2011 U.S.A. 118 2012 U.S.A. 72 2011 Canada 47 2011 Germany 46 2011 Spain 46 2011 United Kingdom 45 2011 China-P.R. 40 2013 U.S.A. 38 2011 France 38 2011 Italy 36 2011 Netherlands 35 2011 Japan 32 2011 Brazil 32 2012 Canada 31 2011 Australia 24 2011 Mexico 23 2012 China-P.R. 23 2011 Chinese Taipei
    • 12. Number of Events Organized in India, by country Headquarter EYEAR COUNTRY IO # Events INDIA 2011 U.S.A. 15 2011 United Kingdom 9 2012 U.S.A. 5 2011 Australia 5 2011 Singapore 4 2011 Switzerland 4 2014 Switzerland 3 2012 Belgium 3 2012 Canada 3 2011 Italy 3 2011 Hong Kong, China-P.R. 3 2011 Japan 3
    • 13. Number of Events Organized in Brazil, by country Headquarter EYEAR COUNTRY IO # Events BRAZIL 2011 U.S.A. 32 2012 U.S.A. 20 2011 Brazil 17 2011 United Kingdom 11 2011 Switzerland 8 2011 France 8 2011 Portugal 8 2011 Argentina 8 2012 Switzerland 7 2011 Spain 7 2012 United Kingdom 7
    • 14. Number of Events Organized in South Africa, by country Headquarter EYEAR COUNTRY IO # Events SOUTH AFRICA 2011 Belgium 8 2011 South Africa 8 2011 U.S.A. 7 2012 United Kingdom 6 2011 Canada 5 2011 United Kingdom 5 2012 Belgium 4 2011 France 4 2014 U.S.A. 4 2013 U.S.A. 4 2011 Switzerland 4
    • 15. Number of Events Organized in China-P.R., by country Headquarter EYEAR COUNTRY IO # Events CHINA-P.R. 2011 U.S.A. 45 2012 U.S.A. 23 2011 United Kingdom 8 2011 Belgium 8 2013 U.S.A. 8 2011 Canada 7 2011 Italy 7 2012 United Kingdom 7 2011 Japan 6 2011 Netherlands 6 2011 Republic of Korea 6 2011 Singapore 6
    • 16. 4 Countries through the Years Rank Country 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 8 China-P.R. 231 274 279 294 284 282 9 Brazil 187 231 224 256 297 275 31 India 80 104 124 114 101 100 36 South Africa 80 90 75 100 102 86
    • 17. Growing destinations, absolute growth Country 2001 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010 absolute relative Germany 301 322 423 473 495 542 241 0,2% Spain 223 299 396 334 424 451 228 0,7% China-P.R. 84 136 235 274 294 282 198 1,5% Brazil 113 110 174 231 256 275 162 0,9% United Kingdom 237 316 322 417 424 399 162 -0,1% U.S.A. 478 584 650 684 714 623 145 -2,3% Switzerland 117 158 170 200 217 244 127 0,5% Austria 104 113 168 245 228 212 108 0,3% Turkey 53 56 82 109 125 160 107 0,7% Portugal 90 114 149 156 198 194 104 0,4% Chinese Taipei 43 63 65 77 93 138 95 0,7%
    • 18. Growing destinations, absolute growth Country 2001 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010 absolute relative Argentina 78 53 93 106 138 172 94 0,4% France 279 291 385 393 450 371 92 -1,2% Japan 217 214 218 263 309 305 88 -0,8% Singapore 49 66 99 130 131 136 87 0,6% Republic of Korea 106 118 157 175 212 186 80 0,0% Colombia 18 17 25 54 68 95 77 0,7% Canada 155 194 214 219 291 229 74 -0,4% Australia 165 171 188 207 208 239 74 -0,5% Belgium 91 117 127 154 171 164 73 0,1% Mexico 71 111 138 138 160 140 69 0,2% Malaysia 54 66 80 102 109 119 65 0,3%
    • 19. Breakdown Rotation per Country, Brazil Brazil ACTIVITY 2001 2003 2005 2007 2008 2009 2010 % in 2010 World/International 54 64 89 108 127 162 142 51,64 Latin America 25 39 46 57 65 56 57 20,73 Interamerican 7 6 10 10 16 16 25 9,09 Ibero-America 13 13 18 16 22 25 21 7,64 Latin America/Caribbean 8 3 6 5 7 12 10 3,64 South America 2 2 6 3 6 10 9 3,27 Other/Unknown 4 6 12 25 13 16 11 4,00 Total 113 133 187 224 256 297 275 100
    • 20. Breakdown Rotation per Country, U.S.A. USA ACTIVITY 2001 2003 2005 2007 2008 2009 2010 % in 2010 World/International 389 477 558 532 532 544 475 76,24 Europe/North America 46 60 57 97 90 85 80 12,84 Interamerican 8 15 12 14 21 24 12 1,93 Europe/Interamerican 5 5 4 16 4 8 10 1,61 Pacific Rim 6 6 9 3 5 1 5 0,80 Europe/N.America/Asia 5 8 8 8 13 7 4 0,64 Europe/N.America/Japan 8 10 3 8 10 11 4 0,64 North America 3 2 1 4 1 3 4 0,64 Asia/Pacific/N. America 1 3 6 9 4 7 3 0,48 Other/Unknown 7 8 22 13 34 37 26 4,17 Total 478 594 680 704 714 727 623 100
    • 21. Breakdown Rotation per Country, Australia Australia ACTIVITY 2001 2003 2005 2007 2008 2009 2010 % in 2010 World/International 121 141 141 146 141 138 168 70,29 Asia/Pacific 27 24 34 45 43 29 50 20,92 Asia/Pacific/N. America 1 3 4 6 3 1,26 Pacific   1     1 3 1,26 Pacific Rim 5 3 2 7 4 7 2 0,84 Other/Unknown 11 5 6 17 14 8 13 5,44 Total 165 173 187 219 208 183 239 100
    • 22. Breakdown Rotation per Country, Germany Germany ACTIVITY 2001 2003 2005 2007 2008 2009 2010 % in 2010 Europe 134 172 201 292 260 272 270 49,82 World/International 132 139 166 183 172 172 198 36,53 German Speaking Countries 15 18 28 34 22 30 29 5,35 Europe/North America 10 10 14 15 18 18 22 4,06 Asia/Europe 5 1 2 4 2 2 5 0,92 Central Europe 1 2 2 2 2 3 0,55 Europe/N.America/Japan     2 4 1 1 2 0,37 Other/Unknown 4 5 15 15 18 29 13 2,40 Total 301 347 430 549 495 524 542 100
    • 23. Breakdown Rotation per Country, Japan Japan ACTIVITY 2001 2003 2005 2007 2008 2009 2010 % in 2010 World/International 151 152 142 174 174 152 169 55,41 Asia/Pacific 27 27 44 58 44 50 52 17,05 Asia 18 10 22 32 49 37 27 8,85 Europe/N.America/Japan 3 1 3 6 13 10 13 4,26 Asia/Pacific/N. America 3 2 4 2 2 1 8 2,62 Pacific Rim 7 2 7 3 6 7 8 2,62 Asia/Europe 2 1 2 2 3 3 6 1,97 Europe/Japan 1 1 3 1 6 1,97 Europe/N.America/Asia 3 2 5 4 2   4 1,31 Asia/Pacific/Interamerica     1   3 0,98 Asia/Pacific/Europe 1 2 2 0,66 Other/Unknown 2 4 7 7 12 17 7 2,30 Total 217 204 236 289 309 278 305 100
    • 24. Breakdown Rotation per Country, South Africa South Africa ACTIVITY 2001 2003 2005 2007 2008 2009 2010 % in 2010 World/International 56 58 66 57 84 85 65 75,58 Africa 3 6 13 11 15 12 12 13,95 Commonwealth 1 2 2 2,33 Other/Unknown 4 2 1 7 1 5 7 8,14 Total 64 68 80 75 100 102 86 100
    • 25. ACTIVITY # Series Africa 1 Asia 1 Asia/Pacific 1 Europe 2 Interamerican 2 Latin America 1 World/International 6 International Society for Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering -ISSMGE- 12509
    • 26. Introduction of association representatives Sylvia Fondaneche, President, International Pharmaceutical Congress Advisory Association (IPCAA), France Michael Heipel, Executive Director Marketing and Event Management, World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers, Germany Timothy McGuinness, Staff Vice President, Global Trade Expositions, International Council of Shopping Centers, USA Jakub Konysz, Senior Manager, International Development, ASAE: The Center for Association Leadership, USA Dr. Ajay Kakar, Vice President, International Academy of Periodontology, India Dr. David Otieno, Chairperson of the All Africa Anaesthesiologists Association, Kenya
    • 27.
      • A) Are regional meetings doing better than global ones?
      • B) When and why do national events grow into regional?
      • C) Do you have any ideas of how ICCA can assist members in getting a better understanding on future trends about this matter?
      Questions
    • 28. Questions
      • There is an increasing competition between associations in terms of accreditation and certification programmes, looking also for membership growth and also selling their programmes and products. Are you seeing this happening in your regions?
      • Perspective from the associations in the room.
      • Perspective from the members in the meeting room.
    • 29. Global or Regional Association Meetings - Where is the Biggest Growth Coming From?

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