KitzKongress in the media

Kitzbühel is a perfect congress destination

Kitzbühel is establishing itself as an internationally recognised congress destination and increasingly attracts prestigious symposiums to the “chamois city”.

Choosing Kitzbühel as conference destination also means choosing 365 days full of sports, nature and pure lust for life. The city is a legendary region in the heart of the Alps, where lifestyle meets tradition and the mountains become an inspiration. There is no better place to hold a meeting than in the midst of one of the most beautiful natural regions.

It is this synergy of old and new, of tradition and modernity, that is reflected in Kitzbühel in the hotel industry and catering trade, as well as in the KitzKongresszentrum opened in 2010. Since March 2013, the congress centre has been equipped with full-HD projection technology and inspires international congress and conference planners as well as meeting participants alike.
Conference director Dr Fuchs-Martschitz and K3 manager Birgit Ducke have been successful in bringing a very prestigious congress to KitzKongress in Kitzbühel from 2013 onwards – the “paroknowledge“ conference, with 500 participants, will take place at K3 from 30 May to 1 June 2013. “We are expecting about 700-800 participants who will come to visit Kitzbühel for this event.

We are proud that we have managed to bring one of the biggest dentistry congresses in Austria to Kitzbühel,“ say Dr Andreas Fuchs-Martschitz and KitzKongress manager Birgit Ducke.

"As vice president of the Austrian Society of Periodontology it was always my concern to bring this important training course to western Austria. The advantages of our beautiful city and the entire region ultimately made the difference,“ emphasises Fuchs-Martschitz.

"Not only the additional overnight stays in the 4- and 5-star segment have a positive effect on the economy in the Kitzbühel region. Restaurants, enterprises and above all the city of Kitzbühel itself profit from the higher spending levels that congress participants have compared to standard tourists, which positively affects the entire added value of the region,“ explains Birgit Ducke.