India Association Congress 2013The third edition of India Association Congress is all set to roll out this August in Chennai. The stupendous success of the last two editions has raised the expectations of the members and sponsors alike. With more than 200 delegates who attended the last India Association Congress at Mumbai and the new members of the association, the two day event in Chennai is expected to decide and discuss on the best practices for the service providers to scale new heights. The agenda is to create a greater sense of association and collaboration and give the decision makers a platform to make the process of reaching the zenith smooth.
The success of the association is the key to the success of any society. The congress aims at giving the members an opportunity to network, learn new techniques and practices while sharing knowledge at all levels. The agenda of the conference is that it is through greater collaboration, association and us, the service providers that the society can reach the higher essence of success. The aim is to live the statements of the association in reality and achieving the goal.
India Association Congress 2012The 2012 congress held in Mumbai was a runaway success with a turnout of nearly 300 members. The congress discussed on key issues that will help in improving the best practices. The two day extravaganza saw the exchange of ideas, concerns and thoughts to create a better market environment. The key note speaker Mr. Martin Sirk, CEO, International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA) has brought in 300 member companies and organizations from over 80 countries to be a part of ICCA. Mr. Martin has worked tirelessly to establish ICCA as a one of the important leadership forums across the world.
India Association Congress 2011The first ever India Association Congress was held in Hyderabad in 2011. The aim of congress was to bring together the key decision makers of various Non-profit organizations and associations from across the country to ideate and put forth the best practices. The congress scrutinized the changing face of the society and the relation between the association and the society. Prasant Saha, Chairman, India Association Congress, presided over the congress.