A rainbow of endless, inspiring opportunities
Florence is genuinely unique and enchanting, with a history very few cities come close to rivalling. Brimming with reminders of its role at the hub of the Renaissance, it is home to Michaelangelo’s David, Botticelli’s Birth of Venus, Brunelleschi’s enormous cathedral dome and the fabled Ponte Vecchio bridge. It is also the capital of Tuscany, the region that for generations of travellers has become a byword for Italian style, beautiful scenery, good food, and general quality of life.
The city’s human scale and accessibility – together with a wide choice of venues – also make Florence the perfect city for an international congress or event.
The Florence office was established in 1983 and became part of AIM Group ten years later, enabling it to grow and significantly increase its business.
Who We Are
Our staff is skilled in joining deep local knowledge with an objective, international approach.
A close relationship with local institutions – especially the Florence Convention Bureau – helps us create memorable events and attract prestigious international congresses.
The Florence office is within walking distance of both the historic centre and also the high speed train station.
Expertise & Services
We offer a comprehensive range of services, covering:
- Congress management (PCO)
- Healthcare and Pharma Meetings
- Association management (AMC)
- Event and meeting management
- Destination solutions (DMC)
- Medical education programmes (CME)
“… I thank you for the excellent job! You and AIM team have perfectly managed a difficult and challenging congress.
The feedback in terms of reputation surpassed all expectations, the colleagues are very happy and the Steering Committee thank you very warmly.”
Marco Matucci Cerinic - World Scleroderma Foundation, Chairman
“…I’m happy to send you some words about the International Congress of the “European Shock Society” that I recently organized with your help.
You must be proud of the whole staff that AIM Group put at disposal for this event: they helped considerably to improve our image (ad AIM’s one, of course!)”.
Salvatore Cuzzocrea - University of Messina, Italy
“… I want to thank you again for the excellent organization of the recent FIMP Tuscany Congress provided by AIM. The support you gave us this time, as usual, has been determinant of the event’s success”.
Paolo Biasci - Italian Federation of Paediatrists (FIMP), Vice President
“… I still receive congratulatory letters from the SICP Board and from the delegates. Such a success has been made possible thanks to the constant fruitful cooperation assured by your staff.
Your professionalism, your ability and commitment allowed to reach notable organizational standards that will be remembered for a long time within SICP”.
Giulio Porcedda - Italian Society of Paediatric Cardiology (SICP), Chairman of the 44th National Congress
“Please accept my sincere appreciation for a job well done! You and the other members of the AIM staff who worked with us on ISPE's 2012 Mid-Year Meeting were great!
We could not have done it without you and your commitment to ensuring that this meeting would be successful! And it was”.
Mark H. Epstein - International Society for Pharmacoepidemiology (ISPE), Executive Secretar
Convention Bureau Italiawww.conventionbureauitalia.com
FederCongressi & eventiwww.federcongressi.it/
Federturismo - Confindustriawww.federturismo.it/
Firenze Convention Bureau www.conventionbureau.it
IAPCO (International Association of Professional Congress Organisers)www.iapco.org
ICCA (International Congress and Convention Association)www.iccaworld.com
- A. Menarini Industrie Farmaceutiche
- AAITO – Associazione Allergologi Immunologi Territoriali Ospedalieri
- AEPC – Association for European Paediatric Cardiology
- AIdOr – Accademia Italiana di Ortodonzia
- Associazione Retina Onlus
- Astra Zeneca
- ESE – European Society of Endocrinology
- ESS – European Shock Society
- ESVD – European Society of Veterinary Dermatology
- FIMP – Federazione Italiana Medici Pediatri
- FIMP Toscana
- Fondazione Salus Pueri
- IRC – Italian Resuscitation Council
- ISPLAD – Italian International Society of Plastic Regenerative and Oncologic Dermatology
- Malesci Istituto Farmacobiologico
- Mukki latte
- Scuola di Psicoterapia fenomenologico-dinamica
- SEAS – Southern European Allergy Society
- SIAIS – Società Italiana dell’Architettura e dell’Ingegneria per la Sanità
- SICP – Società Italiana di Cardiologia Pediatrica e delle Cardiopatie Congenite
- SIE – Società Italiana di Endocrinologia
- SIF – Società Italiana di Farmacologia
- SIMEUP – Società Italiana di Medicina di Emergenza e Urgenza Pediatrica
- SIMG – Società Italiana di Medicina Generale e delle Cure Primarie
- SIMRI – Società Italiana di Malattie Respiratorie Infantili
- SIP – Società Italiana di Pediatria
- SIPF – Società Italiana per la Psicopatologia Fenomenologica
- SITIP – Società Italiana di Infettivologia Pediatrica
- Società Italiana per la Psicopatologia Fenomenologica
- WSF - World Sclerodermia Foundation
The Italian AIM Group companies (including AIM Group International S.p.A., AIM Italy S.r.L., AIM Travel S.r.l., and AIM Education S.r.l.) have adopted, by resolution of the relevant Administrative Body, the "Organizational and Management Model according to Legislative Decree no. 231/2001" and have appointed a special Supervisory Body.
The above mentioned Model, provides rules and general principles of conduct that constitute the system of AIM Group’s values able to ensure correctness and transparency in the business and corporate activities (internal and external). In this way, the Model also emphases, with clarity and full effect, that all the possible forms of unlawful conduct shall always be condemned and deemed contrary to the ethical principles of AIM Group.
This initiative has been undertaken also in the belief that – beyond the provisions of Legislative Decree no. 231/2001 - the adoption of the Model (and of a Code of Ethics) may be also a valid awareness-raising instrument addressed to the directors, all the employees of the AIM Group Companies and all the other subjects who collaborate and interact with the same companies in whatever capacity, so that everyone may follow, in the fulfilment of their duties, correct and linear conducts, such as to prevent any risk of committing the offences contemplated under Legislative Decree no. 231/2001.
The Legislative Decree no. 231/2001 in fact has introduced into the Italian regulations the principle whereby the companies are also financially liable, according to a formally administrative but substantially criminal liability, for the commission of certain offences, fixed by the same Legislative Decree, perpetrated in the company’s interests or for its benefit either by persons in senior positions (so-called top managers) or by operators subject to the direction and supervision of such top managers.
The "Organizational and Management Model according to Legislative Decree no. 231/2001", together with the Supervisory Body that controls and ensures the observance and the updating of the same Model, are the tools with which the Legislative Decree no. 231/2001 provides the company in order to rule out any form of administrative and criminal liability.
To this aim, the "Organizational and Management Models according to Legislative Decree no. 231/2001" adopted by the Group AIM companies contain a set of behavioral protocols that, beyond the employees, all the other subjects who establish contractual relationships with the AIM Group are required to know and respect (specifically for the session of their interest).
Here below AIM Group's Models 231: