Get some help for your project
Are you are a member of a not-for-profit organization wishing to plan an event in Paris, and don't know ‘where to begin’? Then, look no further, you've found the right contacts!
Our team of association experts Cécile, Clarisse and Maryline will guide and help you with your project.
We will use our expertise, tools and knowledge of the Parisian market to enable you to save time and energy, and to ensure the viability of your project. As a not-for-profit organization, our services and advice are provided free of charge. We can assist you at any time during your project, both in the bid phase (help in putting together a bid, recommendations for Parisian partners, support for a bid, organization of site visits, etc.) and when Paris is confirmed as the host city for a congress (help in promoting the congress, providing promotional tools, etc.).
We share the same goal ... making your event a renowned success. Contact us today!
Contact the team
Clarisse Dupont - Congress Development Coordinator
+33(0)1 49 52 53 09 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Cécile Mairaville - Congress Director
+33 (0) 1 49 52 53 88 / email@example.com
Maryline Piel - Congress Development Coordinator
+33 (0) 1 49 52 53 26 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Find an auditorium in Paris
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Paris congress card
The Paris congress card is a magnetic transport ticket dedicated to congressists for Paris and its region.
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Congress activity in 2016
In 2016, 1 118 congresses were recorded by the Paris Convention and Visitors Bureau, which are 114 more than the previous year.
This constant rise over the years underlines the dynamism and appeal of Paris for this sector.
Charter for the hosting of major congresses
In order to attract major professional events and in particular congresses1, the Paris City Council, the Paris Île-de-France Regional Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Paris Convention and Visitors Bureau, through its Convention Bureau and the tourism professionals that it brings together and UNIMEV have put in place a policy facilitating the organization of major events and increasing the attractiveness of the destination. This global strategy agreed on by all of the operators, above and beyond their respective strategies, has led to the elaboration of a charter for the hosting ofmajor congresses, signed by the 17 hotel groups representing more than 650 hotels all categories taken together (i.e. more than 75,000 guest rooms), the Paris City Council, the Paris Île-de-France Regional Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and the Paris Convention and Visitors Bureau.
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