Enhancing networks at Lake Constance
The people behind micelab:bodensee are happy to share their knowledge and experience with you, whether that’s questions about micelab:bodensee itself, or about event formats, settings, dramaturgy, learning processes, curating, moderation, the Art of Hosting or about the Lake Constance network partners.
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Lake Constance: a place for innovative meetings
micelab:bodensee is a cooperation between the BodenseeMeeting network and the team of curators, the events dramaturgist Tina Godow and the journalist Michael Gleich from the “der kongress tanzt” network. BodenseeMeeting consists of 13 partners from all around Lake Constance: congress centres, event halls, seminar hotels and convention bureaus from Austria, Germany, Switzerland and Lichtenstein.
For over 25 years the network has been working on marketing and refining the Lake Constance region as an optimal place for meetings and congresses. This constant refinement led in 2016 to the founding micelab:bodensee as a platform for research and professional development. A notable precursor to this were the annual research labs held every year since 2012, researching into MICE LABs as the “Congress of the Future”.
Cross-border and award-winning
The supranational project was supported through the Alpenrhein-Bodensee-Hochrhein Interreg-V-Programme, with funding from the European Union and Switzerland. In a short time, micelab:bodensee has already won two awards for innovation: the tourism innovation prize “Bodensee17” and the top award for Vorarlberg tourism innovation in 2018.
Lake Constance MICE Region
Well over a thousand large-scale events are testament to Lake Constance’s role as an important player in the MICE sector. This encompasses everything from world medicine congresses to international association conferences, large corporate events, cultural and social events, and even the annual Nobel Laureate Meetings.