Taking the opportunity of this year’s ICCA Congress, Copenhagen CVB has now shared its new Copenhagen Legacy Lab publication with the global meetings industry. The Bureau has invested in extensive research over the years of the legacy and impact of international conferences and has now combined this research with legacy reports and tools along with MeetDenmark.
The publication is a cooperation of The Joint Meeting Industry Council, BestCities, ICCA, Sydney University of Technology and IMEX aiming to shed some light on concrete processes and tools on conference legacy. Tools include posters, commitment sheets, and examples of activity cards that can serve as an inspiration for both destinations and associations in the ICCA community and the meetings industry.
“The purpose of Copenhagen Legacy Lab is to develop and collect knowledge and best practices and turn them into concrete actionable learnings for the benefit of the industry and society at large. By sharing the insights and learnings we have achieved so far with the global meetings industry, we hope that associations and destinations around the globe will join our commitment and efforts to ensure positive, long-lasting, and sustainable impacts of international congresses and a strong meetings industry of the future,” says Kit Lykketoft, Director of Conventions at Wonderful Copenhagen.