Meeting aims to spur association development in Asia Pacific

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Building a highly skilled association community in Asia Pacific will be the focus of a three-day meeting in Singapore later this year.

The ASAE’s Association Leadership Forum, Asia Pacific - run by the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) – is expected to attract more than 200 delegates from around the world.

It will be the fourth association-focused meeting that ASAE has held in the region since 2015, and has been co-designed by the International Association of Congress and Convention Centres (ICCA).

“We are looking forward to the Association Leadership Forum in Singapore this October. The programme will focus on building effective associations as well as discovering practical ideas for association growth, serving members, and building partnerships in similar fields or industries. The forum is being guided by a strong Advisory Task Force of members from across the region,” said Greta Kotler, ASAE’s chief global development officer.

Hosted by Singapore Exhibition and Convention Bureau, the forum is supported by Dubai Association Centre, Korea Tourism Organization, Asia-Pacific Federation of Association Organizations, and ICCA.

Noor Ahmad Hamid, ICCA regional director Asia Pacific, added: “Associations have an extraordinary capacity to advance society. With the growth of association contributions in the Asia-Pacific region, this forum provides just the right platform for linking Asia Pacific associations’ international counterparts to connect and network with their peers.”

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