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The Events Industry Council Recognizes New Certified Meeting Professionals (CMPs)

Jun 29, 2017

Announcing the latest class of new CMP and CMP-HC designees

June 2017 (Washington, D.C.) — The Events Industry Council recently announced 234 individuals passed the latest Certified Meeting Professional (CMP) examination. Furthermore, an additional professional succeeded in achieving the Certified Meeting Professional – Health Care (CMP-HC) designation by passing an additional examination. This distinguished credential, recognized throughout the events, meetings, conventions, and exhibitions industry, demonstrates an individual's comprehensive knowledge of meeting management as well as a commitment to the profession.  View the full list of new CMPs and CMP-HCs.  

The Events Industry Council will continue to power the CMP program, driving and advancing the education, certification and professionalism of the industry. Event professionals with the CMP designation represent the best and the brightest throughout the world, and are proven to receive increased compensation[1] compared to others in the event field. The foremost certification available for meeting and event professionals, the CMP designation recognizes those who have demonstrated their proficiency through a combination of education, experience and passing a rigorous exam. More than 14,000 individuals in 51 countries and territories have earned the CMP designation since its inception in 1985. CMPs are considered the leading experts in the global meetings, conventions and exhibitions industry.

The Events Industry Council recognizes the specific regulations, laws and best practices that must be followed when conducting a healthcare-focused meeting. Only highly knowledgeable professionals can successfully manage the production of these meetings.  To this end, the CMP-HC designation was launched in 2014 to validate CMPs who have demonstrated a superior understanding and mastery of the unique healthcare-focused meeting knowledge.

If you are interested in applying for the CMP or the CMP-HC designation, visit the Events Industry Council website at www.eventscouncil.org.


[1] According to PCMA Salary Survey conducted by Lewis&Clark, lewisclarkinc.com, sponsored by DMAI’s empowerMINT.com. All material © 2017 by PCMA.

The Events Industry Council Recognizes New Certified Meeting Professionals (CMPs)

Jun 29, 2017

Announcing the latest class of new CMP and CMP-HC designees

June 2017 (Washington, D.C.) — The Events Industry Council recently announced 234 individuals passed the latest Certified Meeting Professional (CMP) examination. Furthermore, an additional professional succeeded in achieving the Certified Meeting Professional – Health Care (CMP-HC) designation by passing an additional examination. This distinguished credential, recognized throughout the events, meetings, conventions, and exhibitions industry, demonstrates an individual's comprehensive knowledge of meeting management as well as a commitment to the profession.  View the full list of new CMPs and CMP-HCs.  

The Events Industry Council will continue to power the CMP program, driving and advancing the education, certification and professionalism of the industry. Event professionals with the CMP designation represent the best and the brightest throughout the world, and are proven to receive increased compensation[1] compared to others in the event field. The foremost certification available for meeting and event professionals, the CMP designation recognizes those who have demonstrated their proficiency through a combination of education, experience and passing a rigorous exam. More than 14,000 individuals in 51 countries and territories have earned the CMP designation since its inception in 1985. CMPs are considered the leading experts in the global meetings, conventions and exhibitions industry.

The Events Industry Council recognizes the specific regulations, laws and best practices that must be followed when conducting a healthcare-focused meeting. Only highly knowledgeable professionals can successfully manage the production of these meetings.  To this end, the CMP-HC designation was launched in 2014 to validate CMPs who have demonstrated a superior understanding and mastery of the unique healthcare-focused meeting knowledge.

If you are interested in applying for the CMP or the CMP-HC designation, visit the Events Industry Council website at www.eventscouncil.org.


[1] According to PCMA Salary Survey conducted by Lewis&Clark, lewisclarkinc.com, sponsored by DMAI’s empowerMINT.com. All material © 2017 by PCMA.