Main Initiatives

The main initiatives of AGES are:


The specific objectives of the association for the coming years are as follows:


  • To establish internationally recognized standards for the market
  • Business standards, such as contract forms, health and safety policies, insurance and liability issues, etc.
  • Technical standards, such as specifications for materials and equipment, method statements, operating manuals, applicable codes, etc. 
  • To contribute to efficiency and cost saving
  • Clarifying customs procedures and/or tax situations in new markets
  • Knowledge transfer among LOC’s, governmental bodies and members
  • New business cases, such as data collection, distribution on the market, and business information on new markets
  • To promote the interests of its members with:
  • Governmental bodies and other similar large organizations
  • Organizing committees of large international sports events, e.g. Olympic Games, World Cup or other championships, as well as the respective ministries or agencies 
  • International, national, and regional Sports Federations 
  • Cultural event organizers; e.g. festivals, governmental ceremonies etc.

Contact

Association of Global Event Suppliers
Kochergasse 6
CH 3011 Bern, Switzerland

 

Phone +41 31 311 23 61

Cell     +41 79 407 06 06
www.ages.international
info[at]ages.international

News

The new Sustainability Guide is now available in the AGES web shop, free of charge.

EURO 2024 has released tender for Temporary Broadcast & Venues Power Supply

AGES at Hostcity Americas online conference, June 29, moderating Panel 4

Annual Event 2022: Speaker's Presentation now uploaded in member login area

AGES Annual Event Booklet 2022.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 3.7 MB

Practice Guide, Part II Technical Information is now available on our web shop

Host City 2021 Conference recording with AGES Panel use this link

Paris 2024 presentation and Q/A on Tender Procedure for Partnerships for Overlay works categories are uploaded in member area.

Press release Practice Guide.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 86.8 KB