INCON CASE STUDIES

INCON AWARD CASE STUDY: DAEJEON

INCON 2017 Award Winner Best Practice Case Study

Daejeon Convention Centre
Daejeon, South Korea

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In May 2017, the Daejeon Convention Centre (DCC) in South Korea was announced a joint winner of the 2017 INCON Digital Infrastructure Award, along with the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre. This best practice case study provides details on how the DCC was selected to win the 2017 award...

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INCON CASE STUDY: LAS VEGAS

Delivering the largest baking event ever

International Baking Industry Exposition (IBIE) 2016
Las Vegas, USA

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The International Baking Industry Exposition (IBIE) 2016 held at the Las Vegas Convention Center, celebrated a record-breaking show, making it the largest and most comprehensive event in the United States for the grain-based food industry. The show’s growth was due to a new and dynamic outreach program developed by the SmithBucklin exhibit sales team.

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INCON CASE STUDY: EILAT

Science on the Red Sea

8th ILANIT/ Federation of all the Israel Societies for Experimental Biology (FISEB) Conference 2017
Eilat, Israel

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ORTRA hosted the 8th ILANIT/ FISEB Conference, an experimental biology conference for the Scientific Organizing Committee and the ILANIT/FISEB Board in Eilat, the south city of Israel on the Red Sea.

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INCON CASE STUDY: Brisbane

A successful conference on Ageing in Australia

International Federation on Ageing 13th Global Conference 2016
Brisbane, Australia

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Arinex's client the Council on the Ageing (COTA) Queensland were facing a range of challenges in regards to their event the International Federation on Ageing 13th Global Conference 2016. Utilising their local and international expertise in the PCO industry, combined with their technological services, Arinex delivered on a highly successful event.

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INCON CASE STUDY: Guadalajara

Making space accessible and affordable to all countries

International Astronautical Congress 2016
Guadalajara, Mexico

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The Mexican Space Agency, recently created in 2010, wanted to use the International Astronautical Congress (IAC) as an opportunity to raise the profile of the agency as will as make it affordable for all countries, giving the opportunity to young professionals and developing countries to participate and make it inclusive...

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INCON CASE STUDY: Taormina

Organising the G7 Summit - Taormina 2017

G7 Summit
Taormina, Italy

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INCON Partner EGA had only 60 days to plan and organise the most important worldwide event hosted in Italy. 1 City, 12 selected locations designed and set up as event venues and more than 170 hotels hosting over 5000 delegates...

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INCON CASE STUDY: GOYANG

Hosting young delegates at a global conference

UN Youth Week 2017
Goyang, South Korea

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In 2017 UN Habitat chose Goyang to be the location of their 2017 'Youth Week'. Goyang CVB was tasked with managing the conference as well as the 1,000 youths who had come to engage with each other about Sustainable Development Goals (SDG's)...

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INCON CASE STUDY: ATHENS

Relocating a conference at short-notice

Medical Image Computing & Computer Assisted Intervention
Athens, Greece

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Originally scheduled to take place in Istanbul, the Medical Image Computing & Computer Assisted Intervention (MICCAI) conference was at risk of low attendance due to recent terrorist attacks. INCON Partner Dekon used their experience and connections to quickly ascertain an alternative destination as early as possible to ensure the event was a success...

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INCON CASE STUDY: KYOTO

Utilising technology to maximise delegate experience

Japan Diabetes Society
Kyoto, Japan

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With over 10,000 delegates coming to the 59th Annual Meeting of the Japan Diabetes Society, INCON Partner JCS was tasked with finding a sustainable solution to help delegates engage with as many conference sessions as possible, spread across 2 sub-venues 20 minutes apart...

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INCON CASE STUDY: MILAN

Three concepts of meeting architecture that create valuable networking

Global Financial Institution
Milan, Italy

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AIM Group International was commissioned by one of the largest global financial institutions specializing in the private sector of developing countries, to organize their biannual meeting. The event would bring together 400 delegates from 56 countries. The challenge for AIM Group International was to bring everything together within a five months timetable.

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INCON CASE STUDY: DUBLIN

Increasing attendance by 320% by successfully switching over to digital

World Buiatrics Congress (WBC) 2016
Dublin, Ireland

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How can an association make the digital switchover without alienating its traditional core audience? Since 2012 the World Buiatrics Congress (WBC) attendance had dropped significantly until the MCI Group's Local Organising Committee realized that action was required to reinvigorate the congress and the association.

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INCON CASE STUDY: JERUSALEM

Innovation & inspiration bring travel bloggers to Jerusalem

Travel Blog Exchange (TBEX) 2017
Jerusalem, Israel

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The Jerusalem Conventions & Visitors Bureau (JCVB) hosts TBEX – the world’s largest gathering of travel bloggers, writers, new media content creators, and social media travel industry professionals.

Read now

INCON CASE STUDY: BERLIN

Strategic development of a scientific congress

German Association for Psychiatry, Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics (DGPPN) Congress 2003-2016
Berlin, Germany

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In 2003 CPO HANSER SERVICE (CPO) became the Core PCO for the DGPPN Congress. CPO’s primary focus was on the sustainable improvement of services for the participants and increasing the financial surplus for the association.

Read now

INCON AWARD CASE STUDY: DAEJEON

INCON 2017 Award Winner Best Practice Case Study

Daejeon Convention Centre
Daejeon, South Korea

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In May 2017, the Daejeon Convention Centre (DCC) in South Korea was announced a joint winner of the 2017 INCON Digital Infrastructure Award, along with the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre. This best practice case study provides details on how the DCC was selected to win the 2017 award...

Read now

INCON CASE STUDY: LAS VEGAS

The Baking Expo 2016 delivers largest baking event ever

International Baking Industry Exposition (IBIE) 2016
Las Vegas, USA

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The International Baking Industry Exposition (IBIE) 2016 held at the Las Vegas Convention Center, celebrated a record-breaking show, making it the largest and most comprehensive event in the United States for the grain-based food industry. The show’s growth was due to a new and dynamic outreach program developed by the SmithBucklin exhibit sales team...

Read now

INCON CASE STUDY: EILAT

Science on the Red Sea

8th ILANIT/ Federation of all the Israel Societies for Experimental Biology (FISEB) Conference 2017
Eilat, Israel

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ORTRA hosted the 8th ILANIT/ FISEB Conference, an experimental biology conference for the Scientific Organizing Committee and the ILANIT/FISEB Board in Eilat, the south city of Israel on the Red Sea...

Read now

INCON CASE STUDY: BRISBANE

A successful conference on Ageing in Australia

International Federation on Ageing 13th Global Conference 2016
Brisbane, Australia

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Arinex's client the Council on the Ageing (COTA) Queensland were facing a range of challenges in regards to their event the International Federation on Ageing 13th Global Conference 2016. Utilising their local and international expertise in the PCO industry, combined with their technological services, Arinex delivered on a highly successful event...

Read now

INCON CASE STUDY: GUADALAJARA

Making space accessible and affordable to all countries

International Astronautical Congress 2016
Guadalajara, Mexico

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The Mexican Space Agency, recently created in 2010, wanted to use the International Astronautical Congress (IAC) as an opportunity to raise the profile of the agency as will as make it affordable for all countries, giving the opportunity to young professionals and developing countries to participate and make it inclusive...

Read now

INCON CASE STUDY: TAORMINA

Organising the G7 Summit - Taormina 2017

G7 Summit
Taormina, Italy

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INCON Partner EGA had only 60 days to plan and organise the most important worldwide event hosted in Italy. 1 City, 12 selected locations designed and set up as event venues and more than 170 hotels hosting over 5000 delegates...

Read now

INCON CASE STUDY: GOYANG

Hosting young delegates at a global conference

UN Youth Week 2017
Goyang, South Korea

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In 2017 UN Habitat chose Goyang to be the location of their 2017 'Youth Week'. Goyang CVB was tasked with managing the conference as well as the 1,000 youths who had come to engage with each other about Sustainable Development Goals (SDG's)...

Read now

INCON CASE STUDY: ATHENS

Relocating a conference at short-notice

Medical Image Computing & Computer Assisted Intervention
Athens, Greece

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Originally scheduled to take place in Istanbul, the Medical Image Computing & Computer Assisted Intervention (MICCAI) conference was at risk of low attendance due to recent terrorist attacks. INCON Partner Dekon used their experience and connections to quickly ascertain an alternative destination as early as possible to ensure the event was a success...

Read now

INCON CASE STUDY: KYOTO

Utilising digital technology to maximise delegate experience

Japan Diabetes Society
Kyoto, Japan

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With over 10,000 delegates coming to the 59th Annual Meeting of the Japan Diabetes Society, INCON Partner JCS was tasked with finding a sustainable solution to help delegates engage with as many conference sessions as possible, spread across 2 sub-venues 20 minutes apart...

Read now

INCON CASE STUDY: MILAN

Three concepts of meeting architecture create valuable networking

Global Financial Institution
Milan, Italy

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AIM Group International was commissioned by one of the largest global financial institutions specializing in the private sector of developing countries, to organize their biannual meeting. The event would bring together 400 delegates from 56 countries. The challenge for AIM Group International was to bring everything together within a five months timetable...

Read now

INCON CASE STUDY: DUBLIN

Increasing attendance by 320% by successfully switching over to digital

World Buiatrics Congress (WBC) 2016
Dublin, Ireland

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How can an association make the digital switchover without alienating its traditional core audience? Since 2012 the World Buiatrics Congress (WBC) attendance had dropped significantly until the MCI Group's Local Organising Committee realized that action was required to reinvigorate the congress and the association...

Read now

INCON CASE STUDY: JERUSALEM

Innovation & inspiration bring travel bloggers to Jerusalem

Travel Blog Exchange (TBEX) 2017
Jerusalem, Israel

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The Jerusalem Conventions & Visitors Bureau (JCVB) hosts TBEX – the world’s largest gathering of travel bloggers, writers, new media content creators, and social media travel industry professionals...

Read now

INCON CASE STUDY: BERLIN

Strategic development of a scientific congress

German Association for Psychiatry, Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics (DGPPN) Congress 2003-2016
Berlin, Germany

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

In 2003 CPO HANSER SERVICE (CPO) became the Core PCO for the DGPPN Congress. CPO’s primary focus was on the sustainable improvement of services for the participants and increasing the financial surplus for the association...

Read now