The venues have joined to secure AIM accreditation
The platform, which is the latest advancement in the mia’s online provision and can be accessed through the trade association’s website
Despite the ongoing economic uncertainty and a slowdown in the rate of GDP growth, the average DDR among MIA members rose by 2% in 2018 to £43.48
Callie Richards, Intel's supplier partnership manager, is the Taskforce's latest member
Conference Oxford has also secured AIM accreditation
The Meetings Industry Association (mia) held its high-impact Connect Sales HIIT training event recently, attracting 85 business development managers, sales managers and directors representing a wide range of venues, hotels and directories.
International meetings industry speaker Paul Bridle is one of the founders of a new venue rating system, The Venue Standard. The new system is designed, say its backers, to provide buyers with a clear indication of the quality of both product and service offered by any given venue using the 1-5 star rating system that has become the standard in the hotel industry. The system’s founders claim it is the “first global assessment, ensuring fair comparison of venues by event buyers researching and planning events in a wide variety of different locations around the world”. The Venue Standard is the