A new partnership between Copenhagen Convention Bureau and the European Society of Association Executives (ESAE) was made public today by the two parties. The aim of this collaboration is to mutually share knowledge, expertise, best practices, insights, and innovation. This will strengthen sustainability and legacy within the association community and build a firmer relationship between Copenhagen and the association world. naturally, Copenhagen’s Legacy Lab will be at the forefront of this partnership.
Kit Lykketoft, Director of Copenhagen Convention Bureau, said: “Forming mutually rewarding and forward-looking strategic partnerships with associations plays a key role in our destination’s meetings strategy. This new alliance offers everyone involved a great opportunity to share vital knowledge and insights within areas such as sustainability and legacy work as well as best practices in general, helping to ensure continued innovation and prosperity.”
“I know from experience that Copenhagen is a destination that excels in innovation and support for Associations. This new partnership with ESAE is a wonderful opportunity for Associations to gain access to the Copenhagen Legacy Lab’s wealth of knowledge on how to make events more impactful and sustainable. We welcome the Copenhagen team and look forward to their active participation in our ESAE community,” commented Mike Morrissey, ESAE President.