About

The Asian Federation of Exhibition and Convention Associations (AFECA) was officially registered with the Singapore Registry of Societies on 25 January 2005. Prior to its registration, an assembly meeting was in Singapore on 21 September 2004. The assembly was attended by associations' representatives from China, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Taiwan.

Walter Yeh

Message from the President

Greetings to all!

Since its establishment in 2005, AFECA has continued to become the leading association for the Asian exhibition and meeting market. Starting out with 6 members, AFECA in just a decade has expanded to more than 130 members across the entire Asia-Pacific region with a membership roll that includes Australia, Bahrain, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Macau, Malaysia, Myanmar, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam. AFECA’s main goal of is to become the premier MICE association in Asia, as well as the foremost communication platform for all within the industry.

This website was launched in Fall 2016, bringing the tightly knit Asian community together as one, and collectively promoting Asia as a top destination for MICE events. Inside includes information on our individual members, as well as all of Asia. With top notch facilities, Asia is the next major growth region in the world, and this AFECA website will bring you one step closer toward reaching all this untapped potential and talent.

I offer my gratitude to former President Edward Liu and founding President Dilys Yong for building the fortune of AFECA. I also look forward to everyone utilizing this new website as we reach for new heights and make Asia the best in the world.

I wish everyone great health and prosperity!

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Vision

The long-term vision for AFECA is to be a strategic partner in the creation of a world federation representing the exhibition and convention industry in Asia.

Objectives

  • To promote the growth and development of the exhibition and convention industry in Asia.
  • To encourage and maintain the highest ethical standards of business conduct and professionalism within the industry.
  • To promote and establish common industry standards in Asia.
  • To represent the Asian industry in developing initiatives with Government agencies.
  • To represent the Asian interest at international level.
  • To promote the common interest of members.

AFECA’s Logo

The three dark blue ovals represent people. Dark blue symbolizes business professionals of AFECA. The curve that surrounds the three ovals represents uniting the people from all over the world, which also stands for connectivity. Turquoise color represents the universal global colour, which symbolizes connecting around the world. The world "Asian" is in bold font as Asia is the focal point in this association.