Nine organisers have signed up to base their conferences in Birmingham bringing an s8 million boost the the city.

The events have been booked at the International Convention Centre and are expected to deliver a boost to the city over the next five years.

The new wins include the IT Service Management Forum (itSMF UK), UK & Ireland SAP User Group and the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Heath who are all bringing their event to the ICC for the first time.

The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Heath have confirmed a two year deal with the ICC and will be hosting both its 2014 and 2015 conferences at the venue.

This abundance of association business follows the recent restructure of the ICCs sales department, which saw the introduction of a dedicated associations team.

Business development director Catherine Newhall-Caiger said: We are extremely pleased to be announcing so many new conference wins; five of which are clients who have used the ICC before. When clients choose to return to our venue, it is always a brilliant affirmation that we have delivered a successful conference for not only the client, but also for their delegates, exhibitors and speakers.

The itSMF two day conference will take place November 4 to 5 2013 and will feature an extensive range of presentations, an exhibition and a gala dinner. The event is expected to attract over 800 visitors over the course of the conference.

The UK & Ireland SAP User Group, also forecasted to attract over 800 delegates, will take place 25th -26th November 2013. Set up in 1988, the SAP User Group is an independent not for profit organisation with a membership base of over 600 organisations comprising more than 6,000 professionals from across the UK and Ireland.

Following the success of this years annual conference, the British Association of Dermatologists (BAD) has confirmed it will be returning to the ICC in 2016.

Conference and Event Services Manager for the BAD Chris Garret said: "The ICC offers us excellent facilities, a friendly professional service and always delivers us a fantastic venue for our annual meeting. The positive delegate feedback means returning to the ICC is an easy decision."

The three day conference, which will take place between the 5th and 7th July is expected to attract 1100 delegates.

The National Farmers Union (NFU) has agreed a two year contract and will be returning to the ICC for its 2013 and 2014 annual conferences, both of which will see 1100 delegates attend.

The British Society of Rheumatology, who had already signed up to hosting next years annual conference at the ICC, has also now confirmed the 2017 conference will take place at the venue. The event typically attracts over 1000 delegates from across the profession, including GPs, consultants and other health professionals.

The British Council for Offices (BCO) is also making a return visit to the ICC after 14 years. Last with the venue in 2000, the BCO conference will take place May 14 to 16 2014, and will attract 600 delegates from all organisations involved in creating, acquiring or occupying office space including architects, lawyers, surveyors, financial institutions and public agencies.

The Personal Finance Society has confirmed it will return to the ICC for the 3rd successive year next year for its two day meeting on the 7th -8th November which is expected to receive 600-plus attendees.