WETM-IAC 2013 Conference Now Open for Registration
Annual conference that brings together work abroad and au pair industries to be held in Rome, Italy
WETM-IAC, an annual business-to-
“WETM-IAC delivers an exceptionally targeted forum for organisations to strengthen sector-focused partnerships and tap into emerging global markets for the global work, volunteer and au pair sectors” says Astrid Wargenau, WYSE Work Abroad Association Manager. “The specialized focus of the event allows for in-depth networking among all delegates throughout the event, providing the perfect basis for strong business connections.”
“This is the event for the global au pair industry,” says Simona Dallera, International Au Pair Association (IAPA) Manager. “Sending and receiving agencies qacco from all continents will be there, looking to strengthen existing business connections, as well as build new ones. In addition, we are once again expecting a large number of leading National Au Pair Associations to be represented at WETM-IAC.”
IAPA holds its Annual General Meeting at WETM-IAC and announces the winner of the annual Au Pair of the Year Award, showcasing best practice examples in the au pairing industry.
WETM-IAC consists of three key elements: pre-scheduled business appointments, industry relevant seminars, as well as a number of networking opportunities throughout the event week. With registration for 2013 now open, delegates receive fantastic early registration rates, for both member and non-member organisations alike.
About the organisers: The International Au Pair Association (IAPA) and WYSE Work Abroad are the leading global forums and trade associations for au pairing, cultural exchange, work abroad, and volunteer abroad programmes. Both are association members of the World Youth Student & Educational Travel Confederation (WYSETC), which provides support and benefit to its 600+ members that provide international travel and cultural experiences to more than 10 million young travellers each year.
Contact person: Dara Colwell, Communications Officer
Phone: +31 (0)20 421 2800