Speke Resort Convention Centre acquires International Congress and Convention Association membership

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Speke Resort Convention Centre in Munyonyo has joined the prestigious International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA) as a member!

East Africa’s events and premier conference facility was opened in January this year and has already hosted international conferences including the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) and the G77+China summits among others. 

The new development further positions Speke Resort Convention Centre as a global player in the sector.

“This esteemed membership connects us with a global network of top venues, suppliers, and experts in the international meetings industry, further solidifying our dedication to delivering exceptional services and facilities to our valued clients and guests. We look forward to leveraging this membership to enhance our offerings and make a meaningful impact in the world of international events and conferences,” a release from the Convention Centre reads.


The International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA) is a global community and knowledge hub for the international association and governmental meetings industry.

Founded in 1963, ICCA specialises in the international association meetings sector, offering unparalelled data, education, and communication channels, as well as business development and networking opportunities.

Today, ICCA is one of the most prominent organisations in, and advocates for, the world of international meetings. The ICCA Association Community offers associations across the world education, connections, tools, and resources to help them organise more effective and successful meetings.

ICCA represents the world’s top destinations and most experienced suppliers, specialised in handling, transporting, and accommodating international meetings and events. The organisation consists of more than 1,100 members in almost 100 countries worldwide.

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