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1 Meetings made in Germany Matthias Schultze, Managing Director Florence, 12 November 2013

2 Agenda  The National and International Relevance of the German Meetings Industry  The German Convention Bureau – Structures and Services  Outlooks and Trends

3 Agenda  The National and International Relevance of the German Meetings Industry  The German Convention Bureau – Structures and Services  Outlooks and Trends

4 4 The German Meetings Industry Meetings worldwide: Europe is the number one meeting destination worldwide Source: ICCA Country and city rankings 2011 Africa: 302 meetings Asia Pacific & Middle East: 1,976 meetings Europe: 5,541 meetings North & South America: 2,251 meetings

5 5 The German Meetings Industry The International Relevance of the German Meetings Industry Source: ICCA Statistics Report 2012, Country and city rankings TOP TEN COUNTRIES 1. USA 2. Germany 3. Spain 4. United Kingdom 5. France 6. Italy 7. Brazil 8. Japan 9. Netherlands 10. China TOP TEN CITIES 1. Vienna 2. Paris 3. Berlin 4. Madrid 5. Barcelona 6. London Singapore 8. Copenhagen 9. Istanbul 10. Amsterdam

6 6 The German Meetings Industry Strong growth during 2012 in visits by European business travellers to conferences, conventions and meetings in Germany Traditional business trips Meetings, conventions Trade fairs, exhibitions Meeting- & EventBarometer 2013 | © EITW

7 7 The German Meetings Industry The National Relevance of the German Meetings Industry Meeting- & EventBarometer 2013 | © EITW 2.6 Mio. 2.8 Mio. 2.97 Mio. 291.5 Mio. Events Participants

8 8 The German Meetings Industry The National Relevance of the German Meetings Industry Meeting- & EventBarometer 2013 | © EITW Supply Meeting and event venues total 1 6,939 Convention and Event centres 1,663 Conference Hotels 3,290 Special Venues ² 1,986 Demand Events 2.97 Mio. Average duration 1.56 days Total attendees 362 Mio. Thereof international 6.1 %

9 The German Meetings Industry The National Relevance of the German Meetings Industry Excellent Infrastructure Value for money Economic & Scientific Expertise © German Convention Bureau 9

10 Agenda  The National and International Relevance of the German Meetings Industry  The German Convention Bureau – Structures and Services  Outlooks and Trends

11 11 Services and Structures

12 12 Services and Structures Organisation of the German Convention Bureau

13 13 Services and Structures Organisation of the German Convention Bureau

14 Agenda  The National and International Relevance of the German Meetings Industry  The German Convention Bureau – Structures and Services  Outlooks and Trends

15 15 Outlooks and Trends Source: Meetings and conventions 2030: A study of megatrends shaping our industry

16 16 Outlooks and Trends Source: Meetings and conventions 2030: A study of megatrends shaping our industry

17 17 Globalisation Foreign Participants of Events in Germany (in millions) Forecast based on the average yearly rate of change for 2006 – 2012, EITW2020

18 18 Globalisation 2020: A total of 80 million overnight stays by foreigners in Germany GNTB Prognose

19 19 Globalisation New Competition New Target Groups New Intercultural Requirements Challenges

20 20 Globalisation Intercultural Competence Measures Market Research Strategic Alliances Further Education

21 21 Outlooks and Trends “It is not our task to predict the future but to be well-prepared for it.” PERICLES (5TH CENTURY BC)

22 GCB German Convention Bureau e.V. Kaiserstr. 53 60329 Frankfurt www.germany-meetings.com Florence, 12 November 2013


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