IACC Global Standards of Brilliance
IACC is primarily a venue-based association, which certifies residential and non-residential meetings and conference focused hotels venues. Meeting IACC’s Standards of Brilliance demonstrates excellence in hosting business events for up to 250 attendees. Meeting IACC’s Standards of Brilliance is a global badge of honour that is trusted by Meeting Planners and the industry the world over.
IACC offers four categories of membership worldwide:
- Full – Residential and non-residential conference and meetings focused hotels and venues, both commercially available and corporate owned venues.
- Associate – Supplying organisations to the meetings industry.
- Friend of IACC – Individuals not applicable for full or associate membership.
- Corporate / Group – Management companies with at least 1 full member meeting venue in IACC.
Each and every IACC member venue has gone through a through application and inspection process and are deemed to meet the global standards of brilliance set by the association. The hotel or venue’s facilities, services, commitment to social responsibility, technology and other important criteria are evaluated and an overview of the areas of focus can be viewed in the IACC Guide to IACC Standards of Brilliance.
Before applying for membership, please take a moment to review the many benefits which membership brings, by downloading the Benefits of Membership.
Meeting Planners the world over can be assured of an IACC meeting hotel or venue providing the very best facilities and service. Learn how using a IACC meeting hotel or venue can provide you and your attendees with the very best meetings experience, by downloading Why you Should Book your Next Meeting with IACC.
Request an application form and the latest IACC Standards of Brilliance check-list for the category of membership you are interested in (the application form can be requested by completing the online form here.
NOTE: IACC membership and the ability to market as a IACC Venue becomes official only upon approval by the IACC Board of Directors and payment of the appropriate dues.