KitzKongress goes Green

The K3 KitzKongress is the first congress center in Tirol which was awarded for the Austrian Ecolabel for "Green Locations"


Moreover, the KitzKongress is also awarded for the Austrian Ecolabel for "Green Meeting" and "Green Events".

The
quality label demonstrates externally the environmentally conscious management and the social way of acting of the meeting organiser. It shows that an enterprise specialised in it acts in a professional way and thinks and acts in a more future-oriented way than other enterprises. It is committed to the preservation of the bases of life and pays attention to the well-being of participants as well as of staff members.


K3 KitzKongress awarded “best medium-sized conference centre in Austria in 2012“.

The K3 KitzKongress Centre in the heart of Kitzbühel was awarded “best medium-sized conference centre in Austria“ at the 2012 Annual MICE Report Awards.

“I am delighted that our readers have awarded K3 KitzKongresszentrum in Kitzbühel ‘best medium-sized conference centre in Austria in 2012’ at the 2012 Annual MICE Report Awards. This award was won in an especially difficult category and reflects the fantastic location, outstanding facilities and excellent customer service that K3 KitzKongress provides its visitors.“

Charles Vandeleur, Chefredakteur, The MICE Report, London, United Kingdom


“We – all the team at K3 KitzKongress – are very pleased with this internationally established award and we are proud to have brought the award to Kitzbühel, the most legendary sports city in the Alps. Not only does the award strengthen our position as internationally recognised congress and conference centre, it also shows that Kitzbühel is increasingly establishing itself as highly interesting MICE destination for international congresses and clients."

The award “best medium-sized conference centre in Austria in 2012“ confirms our commitment to offer our clients the highest level of quality service and to constantly promote it so that our clients’ requirements and expectations are optimally satisfied.“