Congrex Switzerland, the Basel-based professional congress organiser, has made further inroads into the association management market, increasing its portfolio by 30 per cent.
From now on the company will provide secretarial services for the Swiss Society of Medical Oncology, Swiss Society of Haematology, and the Swiss Society of Radiology.
Futhermore the PCO has announced several new clients.
Both the European Association of International Education (EAIE) and the European Association of Nephrology (ERA-EDTA) have appointed Congrex Switzerland as their accommodation agency.
The EAIE, whose main congress attracts more than 6,000 delegates, has signed a three-year agreement with Congrex, starting in 2021 and the ERA-EDTA, more than ten-thousand delegates, has chosen Congrex for their 2022 congress, which will take place in Paris.
Meanwhile the European League Against Rheumatism (EULAR) has tasked Congrex Switzerland with organising one hundred events, with up to four-hundred participants each, over the next two years.
And the European Federation of National Associations of Orthopaedics and Traumatology (EFORT) has designated Congrex Switzerland as their Core PCO, beginning in 2020 with the organisation of their next major congress, which attracts more than seven-thousand delegates every year.
Exhibition services will be provided for the 2020 World Conservation Congress in Marseille, which will host over ten-thousand participants from more than one-hundred-and-seventy nations.
CEO Julia Bicher said: “Our primary focus is always on customer service, and by offering state-of-the-art technology and individual solutions, we have been able to convince these associations to choose us. This is a tremendous achievement and we look forward to be working with our new clients”.
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