Mission

Cities and countries around the world hosting large international events must provide a substantial number of specific facilities, infrastructure and technical installations to meet the increasing requirements of athletes, the media, sponsors and other stakeholders so as to guarantee a safe and smooth operation of their events. These facilities and infrastructure are often unique with respect to size, quantity and location, and quite often do not fit into an established and sustainable urban development program. Organizers are increasingly faced with the challenge of finding appropriate yet cost-effective solutions and developing a true legacy plan for their large-scale events.


Temporary infrastructure (overlays) is used to adapt new facilities, upgrade or remodel existing facilities, or even as temporary sports facilities. Temporary infrastructure has increasingly become an important and indispensable factor for organizers of large events. 


Therefore, the members of AGES have embarked on a mission to promote and unify the standards of their business to facilitate the needs of future international event organizers.

Technical Crew Miss Switzerland / Picture: Habegger
Technical Crew Miss Switzerland / Picture: Habegger
AGES Eco System.pdf
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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

AGES Panel at Host City Americas, June 29-30, 2021

(recorded panels via Hostcity website)

FIFA WC 2022, Qatar, Webinar  Tax & Legal, June 22, 2021 (presentation uploaded now)

AGES Talk with Michael Cole, PGA European Tour, June 10, 2021

General Assembly Meeting, April 14 with Talk Session "Sustainability Matters" 

Presentation Paris 2024 webinar about New Delivery Model is now uploaded.

FWC 2022, Qatar -  Documentation from the Logistics webinar is now uploaded in login area

Presentation of Birmingham 2022 at Hostcity Conference is uploaded in member login area

Press release Practice Guide.pdf
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