Partnership renewal of Incredible Impacts programme

Annika Dammann - Wednesday, June 24, 2020    


ICCA and BestCities Global Alliance have announced that the annual 'Incredible Impacts' grant programme – designed to award associations that leave lasting legacies – will return for its fourth year, after their partnership was renewed for a further three years. The partnership renewal comes at a pivotal time in the global meetings industry, when it has never been more important to showcase the "beyond tourism" impact of face-to-face meetings and celebrate inspiring work from international associations – through factors like sustainability, diversity, environmentalism and knowledge sharing. The Incredible Impacts programme, which is now open for submissions, presents an opportunity to showcase best examples of legacy in the global meetings industry. This 'legacy' can take any shape and recognises associations that have made an impact – whether that be social, economic, or on their wider industry – which lasts long after delegates fly home from an event. With three grants of US$ 7,500 available, entrants can be recognised for their innovative work while securing funds that can be used towards future legacy projects. (ad)    iccaworld.org

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