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2014 is a busy convention year for CCD Congress Center Düsseldorf

In 2014, Düsseldorf Congress Sport & Event GmbH expects to host a vast array of conventions, conferences and corporate events at its venues. These...

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Facts and figures for the 2013 congress year

To mark its 20th anniversary, KölnKongress is looking back on its 20-year success story ...

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Results of the TagungsBarometer Köln 2012 study

Five per cent increase in the number of events; medical and pharmaceutical industry organizes the greatest number of events in Cologne.

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Momentum for Congress City Düsseldorf: Hilmar Guckert elected to AIPC’s International Board of Directors.

The spokesman of the Management Board of DüsseldorfCongress, Hilmar Guckert, has been elected as Treasurer to the Board of AIPC, the International...

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Cologne is “spaced out” in July

Concentrated aerospace expertise in Cologne: 26th “Planetary Congress” / Opening of :envihab / 19th “Humans in Space” symposium

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“We custoMICE your meeting”.

Cologne and Düsseldorf focus on customer orientation at IMEX Frankfurt.

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Skytrax World Airport Awards: Düsseldorf Airport Wins Renowned Award

A great honor for North Rhine Westphalia’s largest airport: Düsseldorf Airport received first prize in the category “Best Regional Airport Europe” at...

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Upgrade of the Dom Hotel in Cologne to a Five-Star Superior Hotel

The Dom Hotel in Cologne is to receive an exclusive upgrade this year and will unveil its new look in Summer 2014 when it reopens as a five-star...

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March of medical congresses: nearly 10,000 people participate in congresses for physicians in CCD Congress Center Düsseldorf

This March, the CCD Congress Center Düsseldorf is hosting one medical congress after the next. In the next few weeks, several highly specialized...

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A Record for Tourism in Cologne for 2012: Breaking the 5 Million Mark

More overnight stays than ever before in Cologne — 2.4 per cent increase in arrivals, 2.3 per cent more overnight stays — large increases in tourists...

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