Melbourne-based meetings industry show Asia Pacific Incentives and Meetings Event (AIME), has announced today the Professional Convention Management Association (PCMA) as its official partner for the event’s 2022 Knowledge Programme.
Together they will deliver year-round engagement and activity that will assist the Business Events Industry on its path to recovery and growth - culminating in the live event programming delivered across three days from March 21-23 at the MCEC in Melbourne.
PCMA, the world's largest network of business event strategists, will support the delivery of AIME's most challenging Knowledge Program to date, which has been eagerly awaited since the cancellation of the 2021 show due to the Covid pandemic.
Managing Director of PCMA for the Asia Pacific region, Karen Bolinger, who previously headed up Melbourne Convention Bureau, says that bringing our industry together to build their skills and knowledge has never been more important and we look forward to showcasing what is sure to be one of the most compelling Knowledge Program events in AIME’s history”
“AIME is one of the first in-person global events to kick-start our business events calendar next year, so we understand our critical role and responsibility in launching this for our industry. The Knowledge Programme plays a big part in this, through connection and learning we can all come together to evolve the way we think for the better,” said also Silke Calder, AIME event director.
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