ICC Birmingham announces two new association wins set to boost the local economy by £1.2 million
29th May 2012
The National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT) and the British Society for Dental Hygiene Therapy (BSDHT) have both confirmed their 2013 annual conferences will take place at the International Convention Centre (ICC) Birmingham.
The NAHT conference is expected to attract over 600 delegates next May, and will take place over three days. As well as the main conference in hall 1, hall 3 will be used as an exhibition area and a further two executive rooms have been booked for smaller fringe sessions.
NAHT is the latest addition to the ICCs growing portfolio of education clients, which already includes the Association of Colleges (AOC), the National College of School Leadership (NASUWT) and the National Schools Partnership.
The BSDHT annual convention is an annual gathering and is a key event for dental hygienists and therapists, offering excellent networking opportunities and information about the latest developments across the industry.800 members are forecasted to attend the three day conference and exhibition to be held in November 2013.
Account Director Linda Best has been working with both the NAHT and BSDHT to secure the events. She said:
“I am really pleased that NAHT and BSDHT have decided to hold next year’s conferences with us. Both organisations are known to provide high quality conferences, so it is a huge compliment that they have chosen the ICC for their events and a great reflection of the level of service we provide.
“Located in the heart of the nation, Birmingham is the ideal location for the conferences, which are both expecting delegates from all over the country. Birmingham is easy to access with great transport links into the city and has over 6000 bed spaces within walking distance from the ICC.“We are looking forward to welcoming the NAHT and BSDHT to our venue for the first time in 2013.”