International congresses are making a strong comeback at the Valencia Conference Centre
The first congress to touch down is EANS Training Course - Vascular
The meetings industry has been on a rollercoaster ride over the last year. During this time, it has gone from seeing its international activities brought to a total standstill due to the pandemic, to taking off once again with a vengeance and boosting the economy as one of the country's main driving forces.
Our building is once again hosting several international events lasting over three days. The first to touch down is the EANS Training Course - Vascular medical congress a European meeting organised by the European Association of Neurosurgical Societies' (EANS) Training Committee, under strict safety protocols, from 27 to 30 June.
Before the pandemic, medical congresses represented the bulk of our business. And yes! The Valencia Conference Centre team is once again buzzing with the imminent arrival of delegates from various countries, who are eager to relive the unforgettable experiences of face-to-face events. Experiences in which they will take part and discover the cutting-edge technology that we have developed for events, the sustainability of our venue, which has become one of our cornerstones in recent years, and the gastronomy on offer in our building, which seeks to tickle the taste buds of all our customers. Our cuisine aims to excite with premium quality products, and we are privileged to be able to showcase the best of the Mediterranean diet, which has been declared as Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by the UNESCO.
Shortly after the EANS Congress, the 7th International Congress on Probiotics, Prebiotics in Paediatrics, will be taking place from 7 to 9 October, bringing together scientists from all over the world to present advances in research and the application of probiotics and prebiotics in paediatrics.
And one month later, from 3 to 5 November, the Conference Centre will be hosting the 3rd Interdisciplinary Congress on Human Genetics 2021, which is organised by five scientific and professional societies and features an extensive programme featuring national and international genetics experts.
For further information about our meeting schedule, here.