Belfast Waterfront becomes ICC Belfast

International conference market targeted to deliver £100 million for Belfast by 2021.

Belfast Waterfront has rebranded to ICC (International Convention Centre) Belfast. The repositioning aims to attract the international conference market and is vital to generating £100 million in economic impact for Belfast.

Catherine Toolan, managing director of ICC Belfast, said: "The repositioning, which has been delivered in conjunction with our partners Visit Belfast, Tourism NI and Belfast City Council, is a crucial step on the journey to realising the full potential of this fantastic venue.  We have the facilities, infrastructure, team and city-wide support to deliver major international conferences in Belfast.

"By attracting the international conference market, we aim to deliver 50,000 conference delegate days each year by 2021 across the city. This will generate £100 million in economic impact for Belfast and contribute to the creation of 1,500 jobs."

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