AIM Group: organiser flying high after really satisfying year

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Gianluca Buongiorno, president AIM Group Gianluca Buongiorno, president AIM Group

Professional congress organiser AIM Group said major international association events contributed to a bumper year for the agency in which it designed more than 3,000 ‘event experiences’.

And the roll looks set to continues after is secured World Routes 2020 (Milan, 5-9 September 2020) - a flagship event for the aviation industry which gathers around 5,000 delegates.

The Milan-based PCO, which has offices in 11 countries and employs 350 people worldwide, said it managed roughly 400,000 delegates in 90 countries in 2019, including the 102nd Lions Club International Convention, which drew a whopping 25,000 delegates to the Italian capital in July.

Other events included the European Academy of Neurology, in Oslo, (7,000 delegates), the SIAARTI 2019 ICARE, in Rome, (4,000 delegates) and the World Tunnel Congress, in Naples, (2,700 delegates).

Gianluca Buongiorno, president AIM Group International, said: “We are really satisfied with this year’s achievements. Thinking out of the box and supporting associations achieve their goals with new event formats, knowledge sharing, participant engagement, and bespoke sponsorship opportunities are just some of the ways that our talented staff has delivered over and above expectations with the kind of enthusiasm and professionalism that we are immensely proud of.”

AIM Group was reconfirmed as a key partner for many clients from different scientific specialities and across diverse corporate sectors and could count 30 Core-Professional Conference Organisation (PCO) contracts with major international associations, some dating back since years.

AIM Group International has offices in Barcelona, Berlin, Brussels, Budapest, Dubai, Florence, Hamburg, Lisbon, Madrid, Milan, Munich, New York, Paris, Philadelphia, Prague, Rome, Vienna.

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