Reflexion of the media age during the conference in Prague
The Prague Congress Centre is hosting the 6th European Communication Conference (ECREA 2016), the largest European conference on media and communication studies from the 9th to 12th of November, 2016. Holding an international scientific event such as ECREA 2016 is very important in the region of Central and Eastern Europe, where a critical study of media is still a relatively new phenomenon.
European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA) is an international non-profit association providing a forum where researchers and others involved in communication and information research can meet and exchange information. Its disciplinary focus includes media, (tele)communications and informatics research, including relevant approaches of human and social sciences.
The European Communications Conference is held under the auspices of ECREA once in two years and it always attracted around 1200 scientists and academics from all around the world during the past editions. Organising its sixth conference in Prague was confided into the hands of the Faculty of Social Sciences of Charles University in Prague. The professional organisational services were taken over by the company C-IN.
Since the beginning, the organisational team has been very willing to invest economic and human resources to prepare the best conference conditions for delegates. Apart from improved online forms, participants can use a sophisticated conference mobile app, which displays the conference program and floor plans, gives access to relevant speaker information and social interactivity via the delegate network. Organisers have been also extremely responsive to the need for an inclusive academic conference culture, and as a result, the Parents’ Guide to Prague has been created for delegates.
The participating C-IN team perceives collaboration with this client as very inspirational and with a positive vibe and we truly hope, that all delegates will enjoy the joint effort of the organisational team.
Our Aussie colleague Rowen, who belongs to C-IN´s Business Development team spent a good amount of time in several European cities right before Christmas. He kept busy with dealing with potential venues for future events. He summarized his business and travel experiences in the interview below. Does he prefer business partners from Europe or overseas? Why is Brighton closest to his heart? What kind of language difficulties did he experience in Brussels? Read below to find out!
During the 17th – 19thof November, 2016 the city of Lisbon hosts the 20th Annual Meeting of the European Society for Patient Adherence, Compliance and Persistence (ESPACOMP 2016). Even if the title might sound complicated, the event brings highly relevant topics, which examine the correlation between prescribed medicines and the way they are used by patients. Same as last year in Prague, the meeting is supported with C-IN´s professional services.
Hosted by the State Veterinary Institute in Jihlava, Czech Republic and organisationally secured by C-IN, the 4th Congress of the European Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians (EAVLD 2016) takes place from the 6th until 9th of November, 2016 in the Clarion Congress Hotel Prague. EAVLD brings together professionals with the mission of improving veterinary and public health by providing a platform for communication among veterinary laboratory diagnosticians.
At the turn of September and October 2016 Vienna became a major city for the European dermatologists, when more than 8000 delegates and over 100 exhibitors took part in the 25th Congress of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology (EADV 2016). A significant part of delegates also met the C-IN team, which took care of accommodation management all around Vienna, on-site logistic support and networking events.
Today is the start of the 2 day 3rd European Conference on Clinical Research (EUCROF 2016) in the Prague Congress Centre. Following Brussels and Paris, Prague became only the third destination so far to host this event specialised in high quality clinical research. The conference program will focus on patients’ roles and organisations, which increasingly becomes more significant in all medical discussions. Industry development is supported by B2B Meetings with the symbolic title, 'West meets East in Prague'.
Evaluators from all over Europe and beyond gathered together in Maastricht, Netherlands from the 26th of September until the 30th of September, 2016 at the 12th EES Biennial Conference (EES 2016) to network and share their experiences about the role of evaluation in a changing world, including innovative discussion forums. EES 2016 was also the fourth collective work in a row for C-IN and EES.
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