Published on 17/02/23 – StudyTravel Network
ASEPROCE, the Spanish agency association, has announced that it will hold its annual ASEPROCE Workshop in November this year, bringing together educators and member agencies.
The 11th ASEPROCE Workshop will take place on 2nd November in Madrid at the Hotel Ilunion Pío XII, featuring discussions, scheduled business meetings and networking opportunities.
At the previous ASEPROCE Workshop in October, the association welcomed a record attendance of 57 educators and 11 service providers to meet with 64 agents, representing member agencies.
The 2022 event featured panel discussions on homestay accommodation issues and the potential of online programmes as a new business stream for agencies. Click here to read StudyTravel Magazine’s news report on the debates.
Panel discussions at the 2022 ASEPROCE Workshop.
The ASEPROCE Workshop provides a schedule of up to 15 x 20-minute meeting slots, and utilises StudyTravel Ltd’s Meeting Manager platform.
In a statement, the association said, “Aseproce represents 70 per cent of the market share in Spain and all our agencies are audited to guarantee that they deliver the best quality to our students. Let’s all continue working together, supporting education and building a stronger industry!”
Educators interested in attending the ASEPROCE Workshop can get more information here or contact Cristina Rivaya at email@example.com.
Established in 1987, ASEPROCE is a member of the Federation of Education and Langauge Consultant Association ( Felca ), and was inducted into the StudyTravel Super Star Hall of Fame in 2021 after winning the ST Star Agency Association category of the StudyTravel Star Awards for a fifth time.
Associations interested in using the StudyTravel Meeting Manager platform for free at their events can get more information here.
As well as for the ST Alphe Conferences, Meeting Manager has been used by organisations including ASEPROCE, Italian agency association IALCA , Malta’s ELT association FELTOM , International House World Organisation (IHWO) , and MEI – Marketing English in Ireland.
By Matthew Knott