Sarawak hopes to forge closer ties at Associations World Congress in Belgium

Snap a photo with SCB’s beloved “Brooke” who will make an appearance at the Associations World Congress in Antwerp, Belgium.

KUCHING, March 9: Sarawak looks forward to fostering closer ties with international associations, federations and societies at the Associations World Congress from March 12-14 March in Antwerp, Belgium.

Spearheaded by the Sarawak Convention Bureau (SCB), its chief operating officer Amelia Roziman stressed on the importance of pursuing and cultivating global relationships at this congress.

“Associations possess undisputed knowledge, the latest findings, and constantly seek to advance real impactful change to their members and their members’ communities. On this front, Sarawak is capable to provide such platforms, evident from its strong reputation as a preferred international destination for convention organisers,” Amelia said in a statement today.

The Associations World Congress, now in its 11th year, is the largest conference for employees and officers of professional, scientific and trade membership organisations in Europe.

“Sarawak widens its borders to welcome all associations and tribes — be they scientific, trade or philanthropic — to assemble under one powerful global tribe to create new realities. This is the vision of our boldest campaign, Redefining Global Tribes, and we are excited to bring this back to the shores of Antwerp,” she concluded.

Redefining Global Tribes, an award-winning campaign which champions the impact of Business Events has on the global economy, unites Business Events communities around the world under one identity.

To be a part of this campaign, please visit the Sarawak stand at Associations World Congress Antwerp — Stand 27.

For more information on the campaign and Sarawak’s support for Business Events, please contact senior business development executive Crystal Phang ( or senior marketing executive Jemima Rinai Joseph ( — DayakDaily