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Levy UK celebrates renewed partnership with ICCA UK & Ireland Chapter

Following over 12 years of successful partnership, Levy UK has signed a further two-year sponsorship deal with the International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA) UK & Ireland Chapter.

“This partnership adds real value to the ICCA UK & Ireland Chapter.  It demonstrates the significant support we have across the industry from leading organisations and we look forward to the benefit it will have for both the Chapter and Levy UK as it continues on into the future,” comments Diane Waldron, chair of ICCA UK & Ireland and director of sales and marketing, Queen Elizabeth II Centre. 

“Levy UK’s support ensures we have the resources to deliver high quality education and value for our members – particularly during our Annual Conference.  The longevity of the partnership demonstrates an incredibly strong working relationship and I personally look forward to both the Chapter and Levy UK supporting each other as we identify new opportunities to grow over the coming years.”  

Levy UK benefits from increased brand exposure amongst ICCA UK & Ireland’s extensive membership as well as opening the Levy UK brand to a wider audience of international associations.  

Julie Coates-Walker, head of commercial sales, sports confex, at Levy UK added: “The ICCA UK & Ireland Chapter represents an engaged and diverse group of meetings industry professionals.  It is a strong community and we see significant ongoing value from the partnership.  We are proud to support the delivery of key education at each year’s Annual Conference and look forward to continued growth in the partnership.  Such relationships are the bedrock of our success in the industry, which includes clients such as ExCeL London, Queen Elizabeth II Centre, Olympia London, EICC and SEC.”  

ICCA UK & Ireland is made up of more than 70 leading organisations.  ICCA UK & Ireland’s showcase event, The Annual Conference, will take place in Wales on 11-12 March, 2020.

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