VELO-CITY GLOBAL 2016
MILAN
1.04 – 5.04 2016
WHY MILAN?
Location Profile
MILAN
With a population of about 1.4 million people, Milan is the
capital of the northern Italian region of Lombardy and i...
MILAN
Milan is the Italian capital of business and finance but also
a city of culture and research with 10 universities; a...
Congress Venue
MILAN CONGRESS VENUE
Largest conference facilities in Europe and worldwide
• 18,000 people
• 70 conference rooms
• 54,000 ...
• Do not consume
• Do not disperse
• Careful use
• People Planet Profit
• Don’t waste
Sustainable Congresstain
HOW TO GET THERE
HOW TO GET THERE
Getting to Milan by air
• 3 international airports
• 92 airlines
• 199 destinations
• 594 direct flights
...
Airports fast facts
• Malpensa is directly
connected to the city by an
express train
• Linate is located closed
toMilan ju...
GETTING AROUND MILAN
It is also really easy to get around Milan due to its circled
shape.
• 5 underground lines
covering a...
ACCOMODATION
• Milan can count on exceptional accommodations: 18,000 hotel
rooms from 3 stars and up (7,700 more rooms in ...
VELO-CITY GLOBAL 2016 MILAN
Milan have chosen to transform itself into a sustainable city friend of
bicycle . As all the b...
BikeMi is Milan's Bike Sharing easy, practical and
ecological service. Designed to promote user mobility,
BikeMi is not ju...
WHY MıLAN?
Culture
THE REASONS FOR CHOOSING MILAN: CULTURE
A traveller's dream destination
It is the international crossroads of cuisine, mus...
THINGS TO SEE: CULTURE
The Duomo Cathedral
St Maria delle Grazie Church
The Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II
.
THE REASONS FOR CHOOSING MILAN: CULTURE
House La Scala Theatre
.
The Sforza Castle The St. Ambrose Church
Amusements
WHY MıLAN?
WHY MILAN: AMUSEMENTS
Fashion and Design
The "Golden Quadrilateral" Shopping District
Many believe Milan to be Italy's bes...
WHY MILAN: AMUSEMENTS
Fashion and Design
The world of Design has carved out a prominent niche for itself.
Headquartered in...
WHY MILAN: AMUSEMENTS
Fashion and Design
Antiques Outdoor Market at Navigli
The Darsena served as town river
docks for goo...
WHY MILAN: AMUSEMENTS
Leisure
All over the year there are so many things to do in Milan. There are numerous
events and fes...
WHY MILAN: AMUSEMENTS
Food & Beverage
Milan is full of wonderful and exciting places to eat out, with a wide choice of
eve...
WHY MILAN: AMUSEMENTS
Sports
There are an enormous amount of sports
available to visitors in the city or only
minutes away...
WHY MILAN:
Surroundings
WHY MILAN: SURROUNDINGS
The Como Lake
It is impossible to do justice when describing the spectacular beauty of Lake
Como w...
WHY MILAN: SURROUNDINGS
Verona
The city’s past centuries of history and its past splendor are witnessed by its
architectur...
WHY MILAN: SURROUNDINGS
Pisa
HOW DOES ALL THIS COST?
The Budget
THE BUDGET - INCOMES
Option1
Delegates
expected 930 € 210.00
Total expected
income (s+d)
€ 545.300
Registration fees
Deleg...
THE BUDGET - EXPENSES
Option1
Promotion 35,000
Location and Venue Costs 289,000
Coffe Breaks 60.00
Supporting Staff 18,000...
THE BUDGET – BREAK EVEN
Option1 (Break Even)
Delegates: 930
Break Even Nr of Participants = 850
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  1. 1. VELO-CITY GLOBAL 2016 MILAN 1.04 – 5.04 2016
  2. 2. WHY MILAN? Location Profile
  3. 3. MILAN With a population of about 1.4 million people, Milan is the capital of the northern Italian region of Lombardy and is located between the Alps and the Apennines Mountains, close to the Swiss border.
  4. 4. MILAN Milan is the Italian capital of business and finance but also a city of culture and research with 10 universities; a cradle of history and art; a universal symbol of music; a centre of fashion and design.
  5. 5. Congress Venue
  6. 6. MILAN CONGRESS VENUE Largest conference facilities in Europe and worldwide • 18,000 people • 70 conference rooms • 54,000 exhibition halls • 2 plenary rooms of 6,000 seats • Extra plenary rooms for 5,000 people
  7. 7. • Do not consume • Do not disperse • Careful use • People Planet Profit • Don’t waste Sustainable Congresstain
  8. 8. HOW TO GET THERE
  9. 9. HOW TO GET THERE Getting to Milan by air • 3 international airports • 92 airlines • 199 destinations • 594 direct flights • 30 million passengers per year Milan is accessible from every part of the world thanks to three international airports: 199 destinations & 594 direct flights
  10. 10. Airports fast facts • Malpensa is directly connected to the city by an express train • Linate is located closed toMilan just 7 km far from the city centre • Orio al Serio is the “home” of all European low- cost airlines HOW TO GET THERE
  11. 11. GETTING AROUND MILAN It is also really easy to get around Milan due to its circled shape. • 5 underground lines covering a total of 70 kilometres • 1,300 kilometers network covered by city’s public transport • 4,855 taxis • Multiple-day transportation pass • BikeMi
  12. 12. ACCOMODATION • Milan can count on exceptional accommodations: 18,000 hotel rooms from 3 stars and up (7,700 more rooms in the province). • The Mico Centre is surrounded by 2,000 rooms within 1 km area and 19,000 within 15 minutes by metro: Category Rooms Number Of Hotels 5 stars 282 1 4 stars 730 7 3 stars 865 12 2 / 1 stars 123 3 Total 1,986 23
  13. 13. VELO-CITY GLOBAL 2016 MILAN Milan have chosen to transform itself into a sustainable city friend of bicycle . As all the big European city, it focused on promotion and the development of cycling not only in the free time but also like a transport. Bicycle is the tool to reduce the polutions and traffic and to give back to milan prople a more beautiful and liveble city. The growing numbers of bicycle Source: FIAB Ciclobby
  14. 14. BikeMi is Milan's Bike Sharing easy, practical and ecological service. Designed to promote user mobility, BikeMi is not just a simple bike rental service but a real public bicycle transport system to be used for short trips supplemented by ATM traditional transport vehicles. BikeMi
  15. 15. WHY MıLAN? Culture
  16. 16. THE REASONS FOR CHOOSING MILAN: CULTURE A traveller's dream destination It is the international crossroads of cuisine, music and entertainment. It is a unique interlacing of fashions, sounds and life styles, like a laboratory of trends and tastes. Milan is a multifaceted, complex, fascinating city Italian cities are veritable living museums.
  17. 17. THINGS TO SEE: CULTURE The Duomo Cathedral St Maria delle Grazie Church The Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II .
  18. 18. THE REASONS FOR CHOOSING MILAN: CULTURE House La Scala Theatre . The Sforza Castle The St. Ambrose Church
  19. 19. Amusements WHY MıLAN?
  20. 20. WHY MILAN: AMUSEMENTS Fashion and Design The "Golden Quadrilateral" Shopping District Many believe Milan to be Italy's best city for shopping. Milan is home to some of the most exclusive labels around, including the fashion houses of Giorgio Armani, Valentino, Roberto Cavalli, Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci and Versace.
  21. 21. WHY MILAN: AMUSEMENTS Fashion and Design The world of Design has carved out a prominent niche for itself. Headquartered in Milan are important exhibition spaces like the Triennale, that organizes shows, conferences and seminars on various art forms; educational centres and cultural magnets that attract students from all over the world, fostering an atmosphere of creativity and a continuous debate.
  22. 22. WHY MILAN: AMUSEMENTS Fashion and Design Antiques Outdoor Market at Navigli The Darsena served as town river docks for goods transport in Milan. Today the Canals are a Milanese landmark, a place of both nostalgia and innovation, an artsy quarter and a hopping nightlife scene. The Navigli, lined with renovated historic buildings where artists and intellectuals now live, brimming with both old-fashioned and inventive cafes, shops, bars and restaurants that come to life especially in the evenings and weekends.
  23. 23. WHY MILAN: AMUSEMENTS Leisure All over the year there are so many things to do in Milan. There are numerous events and festivals like art exhibitions about painting, sculptures, photographs, clothing, images from cinema and television, guided tours, opera and ballets at the Scala Theatre, concert of pop, rock, jazz music, and also cinemas, discotheques, theatres, flea markets, antique markets and street markets, are an integral part of Milanese local life.
  24. 24. WHY MILAN: AMUSEMENTS Food & Beverage Milan is full of wonderful and exciting places to eat out, with a wide choice of every kind of imaginable food. The city offers a wide range of types of cuisine and alongside traditional Italian cooking you can also find excellent restaurants specialising in food from many other countries.
  25. 25. WHY MILAN: AMUSEMENTS Sports There are an enormous amount of sports available to visitors in the city or only minutes away in many nearby towns. Milan's sporting calendar is full of exciting events throughout the year. In the most real passion for Italians; in the city, there are several well-equipped fitness centres, swimming pool, tennis courts, places for jogging and golf courses which offer a good game with some splendid views …and don’t forget the “Milan Soccer Temple”: San Siro Stadium!!!
  26. 26. WHY MILAN: Surroundings
  27. 27. WHY MILAN: SURROUNDINGS The Como Lake It is impossible to do justice when describing the spectacular beauty of Lake Como without visiting and understanding it.
  28. 28. WHY MILAN: SURROUNDINGS Verona The city’s past centuries of history and its past splendor are witnessed by its architectural and artistic masterpieces
  29. 29. WHY MILAN: SURROUNDINGS Pisa
  30. 30. HOW DOES ALL THIS COST? The Budget
  31. 31. THE BUDGET - INCOMES Option1 Delegates expected 930 € 210.00 Total expected income (s+d) € 545.300 Registration fees Delegates - Standard € 210,00 Sponsors € 350.000
  32. 32. THE BUDGET - EXPENSES Option1 Promotion 35,000 Location and Venue Costs 289,000 Coffe Breaks 60.00 Supporting Staff 18,000 Expenses for Guests and Speakers 30,000 Transfers 10,000 Organization Secret. and Business Center 20,000 Collaterals 40,000 Welcome Cocktail 40.00 The Corner Opportunity 30,000 Honoraries 70,000 Proceedings 86.00 Incidental Expenses 20,000 Sponsorship Fee to IFIP 40.00 Total Expenses 562,000 226.00
  33. 33. THE BUDGET – BREAK EVEN Option1 (Break Even) Delegates: 930 Break Even Nr of Participants = 850

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