QEII confirms two new contracts for 2023, The UK Atomic Energy Authority and British Orthodontic Society
London’s QEII conference centre has landed two new contracts for 2023. They are with the UK Atomic Energy Authority and British Orthodontic Society for 2023.
According to a recent press release…
“September 27-29 will see the British Orthodontic Society (BOS) host over 1,000 physical and virtual delegates from across the globe as they discuss the latest developments and challenge misconceptions in the specialism. They will also enjoy the UK’s largest orthodontic trade exhibition showcasing some of the latest pioneering prototypes and systems.”
The QEII Centre is widely regarded as a beacon of British excellence, the centre seeks to deliver unbeatable service and choice for events, meetings and conference organisers across the world.
The full press release is below
The QEII Centre has secured two new major contracts for autumn 2023 that will bring the world’s leading orthodontists and atomic energy experts to London.
September 27-29 will see the British Orthodontic Society (BOS) host over 1,000 physical and virtual delegates from across the globe as they discuss the latest developments and challenge misconceptions in the specialism. They will also enjoy the UK’s largest orthodontic trade exhibition showcasing some of the latest pioneering prototypes and systems.
The following month the UK Atomic Energy Authority, overseen by the International Atomic Energy Agency, will host the UKAEA’s conference on the latest developments in fusion energy technology. Commencing on 15 October, during the weeklong event up to 1,000 delegates from around the world will attend presentations and panel discussions from key professors, scientists, engineers and technicians. Members of Parliament will also attend the conference and award dinner taking place on 19 October.
Mark Taylor, chief executive of The QEII Centre, said: “It is fantastic to see two key global events like these being secured. They demonstrate the growing confidence in the sector and provide a glowing endorsement for our committed team who are renowned for delivering successful international events that provide a significant economic contribution to both London and the UK.”
Director of professional development for the British Orthodontic Society, Trevor Hodge, said: “The British Orthodontic Society is looking forward to returning to London again and holding our conference at the prestigious QEII Centre.”
Sehila Gonzalez de Vicente, PhD, nuclear fusion physicist at the International Atomic Energy Agency, said: “The Fusion Energy Conference is the leading event in the field, where the key elements of progress are discussed and adopted by the international fusion community. Additionally, the event serves as meeting point for different delegations and groups to host bilateral meetings to establish international collaboration. We are looking forward to bringing the event back to London for the first time in nearly 40 years.”