JCI WORLD CONGRESS 2019
In Tallinn, Estonia
*Please note that the venue list may change
Radisson Blu Olümpia
It is a newly renovated conference center in the heart of Tallinn. Their multifunctional meeting & event facilities in the heart of Estonia’s capital city are suitable for a variety of events, such as international conferences with plenary and workshop sessions, seminars, meetings, contact fairs, exhibitions, festive receptions or gala dinners. Renovated in 2017, the conference center can accommodate groups ranging up to 500 guests and provides the latest audiovisual technology, translation equipment and free high-speed WiFi for all delegates. It will be our main venue.
Radisson Blu Sky
Radisson Blu employs its Experience Meetings concept to combine functionality, design, catering and technology to deliver remarkable conference experiences. At the Radisson Blu Sky Hotel in Tallinn, conference planners can choose from 10 meeting rooms and host up to 410 delegates in our event space. It will be used for JCI World Debating Championship and forums, workshops and courses.
Saku Grand Hall
Saku Suurhall is a multi-purpose indoor arena. A total of 13,220 m² spread over four floors. Every year around 300 events take place in the hall, of which about 70 are major events. It accommodates up to 10,000 spectators, of which 7,200 are seated. It will be used for Academy of Success Program.
Kalev Sports Hall
Kalev Sports Hall is a multi-purpose arena in Estonia. It was built in 1962 and holds up to 1,780 people. It generally hosts basketball games, but also trainings and minor-league competitions for volleyball, athletics, futsal, tennis and gymnastics. It will be used mainly for General Assembly.
SEB Pank is an Estonian bank, owned by the Swedish bank SEB. SEB is the second largest bank in Estonia and is the member of the international SEB Group. We will be able to use their office space for various occasions.
Parda tn 8, 10151 Tallinn, Estonia