AIM Group International has reported a string finish to 2019, managing 3000 event experiences over the 12 months.
Based in 11 different countries, the international event company was responsible for more than 6600 event days for corporate and association clients, with more than 400,000 participants across over 90 destinations worldwide.
Among the major congresses managed were the Lions Clubs International Convention (25,000 delegates, Milan); the Apimondia World Congress (Montréal, 5500 delegates); the EAN European Academy of Neurology (Oslo, 7000 delegates); the SIAARTI 2019 ICARE (Rome, 4000 delegates) and the World Tunnel Congress (Naples, 2,700 delegates).
“We are really satisfied with this year’s achievements,” said Gianluca Buongiorno, president AIM Group International.
“Thinking out of the box and supporting associations and corporate clients achieve their goals with new event formats, knowledge sharing, participant engagement, event marketing and communication, 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.”
Looking ahead, AIM Group will manage several major events including World Routes 2020 (Milan, 5000 delegates) and Second Life 50+ Expo (Brussels, 2020, 2021 and 2022, with 20.000 expected visitors).