IAEE’s Certified in Exhibition Management course in India

IAEE’s Certified in Exhibition Management course in India

The International Association of Exhibitions and Events™ (IAEE) Teams up with India Exhibition Industry Association (IEIA) to offer Certified in Exhibition Management Designation in India. The first program Class offering the course takes place in Hyderabad between 26-30 October 2015

DALLAS | Press Release | MICE INDIA | 22 September 2015

Certified in Exhibition Management program

Certified in Exhibition ManagementThe Indian MICE and Exhibition Industry is bound to grow by leaps and bound, and develop sharp technical execution skills with launch of the first ever program for skill development in India for practitioners in the Expo industry – the IAEE’s Certified in Exhibition Management designation.

The IAEE has entered into an agreement with the IEIA to offer IAEE’s Certified in Exhibition Management (CEM) designation program to its members. “IAEE is pleased to collaborate with IEIA to bring the globally recognized CEM program to this region,” said IAEE President and CEO David DuBois, CMP, CAE, FASAE, CTA. “We are in the process of launching an exciting new partnership that will bridge the gap between the exhibition industries in both countries.”

“I am happy to state that the reciprocity agreement we signed with IAEE is already bearing fruit,” said IEIA President Rakesh Kumar. “I thank Mr. David DuBois and his team at IAEE for helping us roll out the first edition of the CEM Program in India this year. I invite industry colleagues to make the best use of this opportunity and enroll themselves.”

The Certified in Exhibition Management (CEM) designation was created in 1975 to provide a professional designation for individuals in the exhibition industry. The designation was formed to raise professional standards and is recognized throughout the industry as the premier mark of professional achievement. The CEM Learning Program is currently offered in the United States, Brazil, Canada, China, Dubai, Korea, Mexico, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, Taiwan and Thailand. More than 2,300 active CEMs around the world make up the CEM Network which serves as a new channel for communication, ideas, thought leadership, industry recognition and promotion.

Mr David DuBois was in Delhi and Hyderabad in May this year to talk to the professionals and understand the need for skill development in India.

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The first CEM Learning Program classes will be held 26-30 October 2015 in Hyderabad.

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