Messe Frankfurt Argentina: Alliances

Aimed at permanently updating knowledge, knowing the latest statistics, earning the support of the industry and the strategic support for developing the company, Messe Frankfurt Argentina is a member of several associations in the sector.

Local Alliances


Messe Frankfurt Argentina, as fair organizer, is a member of the Argentine Association of Organizers and Suppliers of Exhibitions and Congresses (AOCA), which is aimed at promoting and fostering growth in the activity with a high quality standard, for the activity to be acknowledged by the government, businesses and the society at large, and thus acquiring the leading role that it should play in the cultural and economic development of the comunity.



Buenos Aires Convention and Visitor´s Bureau

It is a non-for-profit organization, created by private companies related to the tourism industry, such as hotels, convention centres, tourism, transportation and services companies. Its goal is to position the City of Buenos Aires as one of the main event and convention centres in Latin America, thus contributing to the economic, social and cultural development of the city.
It is backed by the support of the government of the City of Buenos Aires, as well as of public and private national bodies, which makes it possible to offer a wide range of options to turn the organization of any type of event in Buenos Aires into a success. 



ICCA is one of the most distinguished organizations in the world of international meetings. It is the only organization reaching members that represent leading specialists in handling, transporting and accommodating international events. With more than 700 members in almost 80 countries worldwide, it is the most important global organization within the meetings industry. ICCA has branches in Netherlands, Malaysia, USA and Uruguay.

International Alliances
Additionally, through Messe Frankfurt, Messe Frankfurt Argentina is a member of several associations with local and international reach. 


The Association of the German Trade Fair Industry, AUMA, represents the interests of the trade fair industry in Germany and the whole world.



The Society for Voluntary Control of Fair and Exhibition Statistics, FKM, has set some standards for collecting exhibitor, space and visitor statistics. Every year, the latest collected information is published as provisional results on Internet, and, after the audit is performed, it is compiled in the FMK Annual Report called “Audited Trade Fairs Statistics.”



The European Major Exhibitions Centers Association, E.M.E.C.A. was formed to focus attention on the economic impact that the exhibition industry achieves throughout Europe.



The Association of International Fairs, UFI, is the association of the world's leading tradeshow organizers and fairground owners, as well as the major national and international associations of the exhibition industry and its partners.