The highest decision-making authority in the organisation, this body meets twice annually and is formed by representatives of all the national trade associations affiliated to ICCO. Each representative serves a maximum term of four years. In addition, a limited number of high-level representatives from major public relations firms or international networks may be appointed to the Board by the Executive Committee for a term of three years.
The Chief Executive is the senior professional staff member of ICCO. He or she is responsible for the day-to-day running of the organisation as well as being the official spokesperson for ICCO and is a non-voting, ex-officie member of the ExCo and BoM.
This group is made up of the current and immediate-past Presidents, the Vice President, the Treasurer and the Executive Director. Working Party Chairmen may also sit on the committee by invitation of the President. It is the executive body charged with implementing the strategy that has been determined by the Board. Executive Committee members connect regularly, either in person or by conference call, to review ICCO activities.
General Manager is responsible for all the aspects of day-to-day running of the Organisation, and assists the Executive Director and the Board of Management in delivering organisation's services and Member communications.
National Secretariats provide the vital link between ICCO and each national trade association's members. Typically the Secretariat representative is the Executive or Managing Director of the local association.