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Les salles de réunion allemandes répondent aux exigences américaines les plus strictes

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FRANKFURT/MAIN, Germany & LAS VEGAS, Nevada – Meeting destination Germany holds an excellent position in the international market: in the country rankings of the International Congress & Convention As

FRANKFURT/MAIN, Germany & LAS VEGAS, Nevada – Meeting destination Germany holds an excellent position in the international market: in the country rankings of the International Congress & Convention Association (ICCA), the country is number two worldwide, behind the United States. The capital, Berlin, is number four in the worldwide city rankings. And the German cities of Munich, Hamburg, Dresden, and Leipzig are among the Top 100 international event destinations. In 2010 alone, 323 million people attended approximately 2.69 million events in Germany, according to the Meeting & Event Barometer, the leading survey on meeting destination Germany.


“Three factors are responsible for the good position of meeting destination Germany: its good value combined with a high quality of meeting facilities, its unique accessibility within Europe, and the country’s leading position in a wide range of economic sectors and scientific fields,” explained Matthias Schultze, Managing Director of the German Convention Bureau (GCB). According to the results of the 2011 IMEX Meetings Outlook Report, these factors top the list of criteria US organizers apply when choosing a destination.


“Representing an association, I am very interested in knowing what organizations and companies in my field exist in your region – rather than what meeting facilities and hotels the city offers,” pointed out Kristin Mirabal, Senior Meeting Manager of the Optical Society of America. The right scientific or industrial expertise of a destination is one of the most important reasons worldwide when it comes to selecting a congress venue. Germany offers the best conditions for this. The country is the world’s fourth largest economy. Many globally recognized experts from various fields work in Germany.


According to data of the European Spatial Planning Observation Network (ESPON) supported by the European Union, Germany is the best accessible country in Europe. Over 40 airports, a motorway spanning 12,700 kilometers, and a rail network of almost 35,000 kilometers ensure fast travel to and from Germany. The metropolitan region around the financial hub Frankfurt is the best accessible region of continental Europe, according to ESPON.


With 6,420 venues, Germany offers a highly versatile range of meeting facilities. From convention centers to unusual venues, organizations will find suitable suppliers and tailor-made programs according to the results of the Meeting & Event Barometer.


Germany offers great value for the money: the average meeting package costs 69 Euro per person a day in Berlin – well below the European average (source: grass roots, November 2010).


To better promote Germany as a business travel destination on an international scale, the German National Tourist Board (DZT) and GCB have chosen 2012 to put meetings and congress travel in the spotlight. The primary overseas markets of the theme year will be the US, China, Brazil, and Japan. “With total sales of around 66 billion Euro, business travel is a major economic factor for tourism in Germany,” said Petra Hedorfer, Chair of the GCB’s board of administration and CEO of the German National Tourist Board, “Meetings, conventions, events, and incentives account for around half of all business trips. Hence this segment plays a major role in marketing.”

Le German Convention Bureau (GCB), basé à Francfort / Main, commercialise l'Allemagne en tant que destination pour les conventions, réunions, événements et incentives à la fois au niveau national et international, et est le lieu de contact pour tous les clients qui planifient des événements en Allemagne.

Its 230 members include leading hotels, convention centers and destinations, rental car firms, event agencies and service providers of the German meetings and conventions industry. Maritim Hotels, the SevenCenters of Germany, and darmstadtium science and convention centre are Preferred Partners of the GCB. As Strategic Partners, Deutsche Lufthansa AG, Deutsche Bahn AG, and the German National Tourist Board (DZT) support the work of the GCB.

Le GCB, interface entre les organisateurs de réunions et de conventions et les fournisseurs du marché allemand des réunions, offre des conseils et un soutien pour la planification et l'organisation d'événements, et fournit des contacts et des adresses. Son site Web propose une fonction de recherche en ligne pour les lieux de réunion, les newsletters, les guides allemands et bien plus encore.