The Queen Elizabeth II Centre (QEIICC) can today announce five international and national association event wins for 2012 that will bring a total of over 11,000 delegates to the Centre. Sue Etherington, Commercial Director, The QEIICC said: “The association market has always been very important to us…
The Queen Elizabeth II Centre (QEIICC) can today announce five international and national association event wins for 2012 that will bring a total of over 11,000 delegates to the Centre.
Sue Etherington, Commercial Director, The QEIICC said: “The association market has always been very important to us. We pride ourselves on our ability to work with associations and help them create their perfect event and so the vast majority of our association events return year on year. The team has worked hard to secure these new events in a very competitive marketplace.”
The events are:
- The Biomedical Basis of Elite Performance 2012 (19-21st March 2012)
The joint meeting between The Physiological Society, the British Pharmacological Society and Wiley-Blackwell. A three day International scientific conference and exhibition for approximately 400 delegates.
- BAOMS Annual Scientific Meeting 2012 (20th – 22nd June 2012)
The annual meeting of the British Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons. A three day medical conference and exhibition for approximately 500 delegates
- ISCoS Annual Scientific Meeting 2012 (3rd -5th September 2012)
The annual meeting of the International Spine Cord Society organised by Kenes UK. A three day conference and exhibition for approximately 700 delegates
- Euromembrane 2012 (24th – 27th September 2012)
A four day international conference and exhibition organised by the European Membrane Society and Imperial College London, administered by Elsevier for approximately 650 delegates.
- World Sports Trauma Congress (WSTC 2012) (17th – 20th October 2012)
A four day international conference and exhibition for approximately 1000 delegates. Organised by BOSTAA (the British Orthopaedic Sports Trauma and Arthroscopy Association) and the European Federation of National Associations of Orthopaedic Sports Traumatology (EFOST).
Christine Carr, Events and Marketing Manager, The Physiological Society said: “Our event is the culmination of over two years preparation and will, over three days of extraordinary science, showcase world-leading sport and exercise-related medicine, physiology and pharmacology. We chose The QEIICC because it was the ideal location and venue for such an elite conference and The QEIICC came highly recommended from colleagues within the industry.
“With 2012 bringing a major international focus on exercise, sports and the UK our three-day international conference will bring together leading premier sports medicine and science researchers to discuss recent developments in cardiac, respiratory and vascular aspects of performance, drugs in sport, neuromuscular function, muscle phenotype and mass regulation, exercise metabolism, thermoregulation, genomics and exercise and sport and exercise medicine.”
The QEIICC is a sponsor of the Association Networking Lunch at International Confex and is exhibiting on Stand B1720 (London & Partners).