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ICCA elects two of Malaysia's stalwarts to APAC board

MyCEB's Dato’ Sri Khani and KLCC's Angeline van den Broecke to serve from 2020 to 2022.

The announcements, including that of re-elected ICCA President, James Rees, were made at the 59th ICCA General Assembly in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
The announcements, including that of re-elected ICCA President, James Rees, were made at the 59th ICCA General Assembly in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

The International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA) has added two new representatives to its Asia Pacific board of directors, both industry stalwarts from Malaysia.

Dato’ Sri Abdul Khani Daud joins with multiple awards in his service as CEO of the Malaysia Convention & Exhibition Bureau (MyCEB). Dato’ Sri Khani hopes to encourage ICCA towards APAC investments, while simultaneously carrying out a strategic market intelligence study for the region.

"Let us focus on the sustainable growth of the region and increase benefits to ICCA members,” he said.

He is joined by Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre’s (KLCC) director of global business development & marketing, Angeline van den Broecke.

“Of great relevance to me is for venues to be vocal and demonstrate the value they provide as social and economic drivers, [and] as important infrastructure assets to cities and communities.”

With experience in both the private and public sectors, her key areas of expertise are in global business development and acquisition, strategic marketing and organisational and destination growth initiatives, as well as partnership and alliance engagement models.