The network of Inselhalle Lindau
Li Bre – Grenzenloses Tagen am Bodensee
“Li Bre – Grenzenloses Tagen am Bodensee” (Boundless Meetings at Lake Constance) is a new congress format tailored to companies and associations. The initiators Convention Partner Vorarlberg, Kongresskultur Bregenz, Lindau Tourismus und Kongress GmbH and the agency rent a village by xnet® are partners in terms of content and provide organisers with organisational and advisory support from the very beginning.
The format is suitable for 2 to 3-day events with 200 to 600 people. As a large event venue in the border triangle, the Inselhalle Lindau is part of the new format Li Bre.
The 13 most important conference venues, locations and convention bureaus around Lake Constance have joined forces to form “BodenseeMeeting” so that organisers can take advantage of the full potential around Lake Constance. The range of events spans from world congresses in the medical field to international association congresses and large corporate events to the annual Nobel Prize Winners’ Meeting. The four-country region also offers suitable locations and ideal conditions for seminars or team-building activities.
What should the “congress of the future” look like? – This is the question that an initiative of partners of the BodenseeMeeting network has been dealing with intensively since 2013.
These include representatives from the congress and tourism industry of the four-country region “Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Liechtenstein”. Their goal is to sustainably develop and shape the Lake Constance region as a conference and congress landscape. Because frontal lectures, PowerPoint and row seating have long since become dusty. The congress of the future is innovative, creative and diverse – a mirror of the globalised society. The micelab:bodensee comprises three modules that complement each other: the micelab:explorer focuses on research. The results collected in this module flow into the micelab:experts module. Here, experts from the MICE industry come together and test the practically oriented continuing education modules. The aim is then to offer a congress for stakeholders from the MICE industry every two years under the heading micelab:experience, where the experiences from the research and training modules will flow together and be communicated further.
With around 750 locations, event centres and congress centres, the Inselhalle Lindau is also represented at European level by the Europäischer Verband der Veranstaltungs-Centren e.V. (European Association of Event Centres). The international network offers information, advice and promotion and thus forms an ideal communication platform in the industry. In addition to support in the areas of technology, legal advice and marketing, another focus of the association is on education and training within the event industry. Furthermore, the EVVC also represents its members and the entire industry in politics and tries to exert corresponding influence on draft legislation. In addition, members are supported with meaningful key figures and corresponding studies for their argumentation at the municipal level.