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Sightseeing in Munich during ESMO 2018

The The European Society for Medical Oncology Congress takes place this October (19-23) in Munich, Germany. We’ve put up a list with accommodation options you can choose from and also worked on this blog article with what you can do while in Munich. Enjoy!

 

Visit one of the world’s oldest art galleries

The Alte Pinakothek dates back to 1836 and that makes it one of the oldest galleries in the world. Its Neo-Renaissance design served as model for other galleries that appeared later on in Brussels, Rome and St Petersburg.

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Known to house one of the most famous collections of Old Master paintings, the museum’s name Alte (Old) Pinakothek refers to the time period covered by the collection – from the 14th to the 18th century. The construction of the building was ordered by King Ludwig I to house the Wittelsbach dynasty’s exceptional collection, started by Duke Wilhelm IV back in the 1500s.

The Neue Pinakothek, built in 1981, covers nineteenth-century art, and Pinakothek der Moderne, opened in 2002, exhibits modern art.

What you will see here are around 800 German, French, Dutch, Flemish, Italian and Spanish paintings from the 1200s to the 1800s by famous painters like Peter Paul Rubens, Albrecht Dürer and van Dyck, Leonardo da Vinci, Titian, Hans Baldung Grien, Hieronymous Bosch and Rembrandt.

 

Take a breath of fresh air at Englischer Garten

Englischer Garten

The Englischer Garten’s size will quickly strike you. Dating back to the 18th century, the park begins on the left bank of the Isar in the north behind the Residenz and just seems to never end. The truth is you’re walking in one of the world’s biggest urban parks – bigger than New York’s Central Park.

You can see the Japanese teahouse added for the Olympics in 1972 and the Chinese Tower based on Kew Gardens’ pagoda and first erected in 1790. Last but not least, you’ll be amazed to find surfing here. The Eisbach River has a strong current, forming a static wave that experienced surfers can ride for up to a minute.

 

Visit Pinakothek der Moderne

Pinakothek der Moderne

This modern art museum is situated in central Munich’s Kunstareal. It’s sometimes referred to as the Dritte (“third”) Pinakothek after the Old and New.

The museum was inaugurated in September 2002 after almost a decade of construction work. Its galleries are filled with art by the most celebrated names of the last 100 years – artists like Kirchner, Kandinsky, Klee, Franz Marc, Emil Nolde, Francis Bacon, Braque, Otto Dix, Picasso, Magritte, Max Ernst and Joan Miró.

 

See Munich’s oldest church

St Peter_s Church

St Peter’s Church was first built at the end of the 1100s but destroyed by fire in 1347. It was then rebuilt in Gothic style. Given that many extensions have been added along the years, St Peter’s now has Renaissance and Baroque elements as well.

The high altar boasts a figure of St Peter sculpted by Erasmus Grasser at the turn of the 16th century.

Book your accommodation for ESMO 2018 and plan your trip to Munich!

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In the world of MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Events), Congress Bookers provides a whole range of services needed to organize a group for a medical congress. On our website, you will find a full list of hotel allotments for the most important medical congresses in 2018, regardless of their location. We operate internationally!

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Things to do in Berlin during ECTRIMS 2018

The 34th European Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis Congress takes place this October (10-13) in Berlin, Germany. We’ve put up a list with accommodation options you can choose from and also worked on this blog article with what you can do while in Berlin. Enjoy!

 

Spend a day at Museum Island

Situated on the Spree, the Museum Island is a UNESCO-listed World Heritage Site comprised of 5 of Berlin’s most important museums: the Altes Museum, Alte National Galerie, Neues Museum, Bode-Museum and the Pergamon Museum.

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The first institution to open was the Altes Museum in 1830, designed by Karl Friedrich Schinkel who worked on several Neoclassical monuments around Berlin at that time. The Neues Museum is home to the Egyptian bust of Nefertiti. Opened in 1859, the museum was reopened in 2009 having been wrecked in the war.

The last was the Pergamon Forum from 1930. The spectacular Pergamonmuseum is one of the world’s major archaeological museums. You can see there a partial recreation of the Pergamon Altar (170–159 BC), the two-storey Roman Gate of Miletus (29 metres wide and almost 17 metres high) and the Ishtar Gate of Babylon, dating from the reign of King Nebuchadnezzar (605–563 BC).

 

Visit Berlin-Dahlem Botanical Garden and Botanical Museum

You might not know but the second largest botanical garden in the world (the first one being Kew Gardens in England) was first established as a kitchen garden in 1679. The Botanical Garden in Berlin the evolved from a kitchen garden growing vegetables to a huge place, and in 1879 the Royal Botanical Museum was founded.

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The gardens are home to plants that are endangered in their natural habitats and threatened with extinction elsewhere in the world. Must see displays include the giant water lilies, carnivorous plant specimens, flowered vines, rock cliff waterfalls, timber bamboo reaching to the sky, and a carpet of ferns, orchids, and bromeliads.

The Botanical Garden spreads over 43 hectares and houses close to 22,000 plant species. You most likely won’t have time to see everything is one day. To make the most of your time, don’t miss the Great Pavillion, which is currently the largest glass house in the world.

 

Wine & dine at the Hall of Mirrors in Clärchens Ballhaus

Situated in the side wing of Clärchens Ballhaus, a dancing venue set up in 1913 in Wilhelmine Germany shortly before World War I, this mirrored ballroom still captures the spirit of those long gone days.

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The place was reopened to the public in 2005, with the interior largely untouched and unchanged, offering guests a glimpse at the Golden Twenties in Berlin when it used to be a authentic dancing venue.

Nowadays the place hosts regular dining events, literary soirées and private events. Most Sunday evenings, you can attend jazz and classical chamber concerts taking place here.

Book your accommodation for ECTRIMS 2018 and plan your trip to Berlin!

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In the world of MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Events), Congress Bookers provides a whole range of services needed to organize a group for a medical congress. On our website, you will find a full list of hotel allotments for the most important medical congresses in 2018, regardless of their location. We operate internationally!

Top Medical Congresses to Attend in Germany in 2018

According to a new report published by Allied Market Research, the global MICE industry was valued at USD 752 billion in 2016, and is projected to reach USD 1,245 billion in 2023, registering a CAGR of 7.5% from 2017 to 2023.

In 2016, Europe dominated the global market with more than 42% market share, in terms of value. Medical events have played an important part.

In 2018, Germany will host some of the biggest medical events in Europe: EAACI 2018, ESC 2018, EASD 2018, ECTRIMS 2018, ESMO 2018.

 

The European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology Annual Congress | 26-30 May

The 2018 edition will take place in Munich, Germany at the ICM – Internationales Congress Center München.

The EAACI Congress is organised by the European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (EAACI), and provides attendees with a one of a kind opportunity to learn more about the latest discoveries in the field of allergy, asthma and clinical immunology.

Munich is seen as one of the most research-focused cities in Germany. It’s well-known for important advances through R&D and innovation centres, being an environment which encourages proactive development work and close cooperation among clinics, universities and research organizations.

Book your accommodation for EAACI 2018 at one of the best hotels in Munich!

 

The 54th European Association for the Study of Diabetes Annual Meeting | 1-5 October 2018

EASD’s 2018 congress will take place in Berlin, Germany at the Messe Berlin Exhibition Halls in Berlin-Charlottenburg.

The European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) was founded in 1965 as a non-profit, medical scientific association, based in Duesseldorf, Germany.

Nowadays, EASD is one of the largest networks for diabetologists worldwide with more than 5,000 active members from over 100 countries. EASD holds its Annual Meeting in a different European city each year with more than 15,000 delegates from over 130 countries attending. The scientific programme includes more than 1,200 talks and presentations on the latest results in diabetes research by leading experts in the field.

Berlin is an international city that has a long-standing tradition of more than 300 years in medical research.The city boasts extraordinary architecture, a mix of historical buildings and contemporary design. Known for its young and experimental spirit, Berlin has always been home to an active and unique art scene.

Book your accommodation for EASD 2018 at one of the best hotels in Berlin!

 

The 34th European Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis Congress | 10-12 October

The 34th Congress of the ECTRIMS will take place in the bustling and lively European city of Berlin at the City Cube Messe.

As a non-profit organisation, ECTRIMS is Europe’s and the world’s largest professional organisation dedicated to the understanding and treatment of Multiple Sclerosis (MS). Its goal is to improve basic and clinical research and clinical outcomes in MS by creating a network of researchers and clinicians and partnering with other organisations that share similar missions and objectives.

Some of the topics covered in the Scientific Programme of the 2018 edition are: Treatment of relapsing and progressive MS, Risk management with MS therapies, Immunopathology of MS, Molecular imaging, and many more.

Book your accommodation for ECTRIMS 2018 at one of the best hotels in Berlin!

 

The European Society for Medical Oncology Congress | 19-23 October

The ESMO 2018 Congress will take place between 19-23 October 2018, in Munich, Germany at Messe Munich.

ESMO was founded in 1975 and is now the leading European professional organisation for medical oncology. Comprising 17,000 oncology professionals from over 150 countries, ESMO is the network of reference for oncology education and information worldwide.

The programme for the 2018 edition is available online here.

Book your accommodation for ESMO 2018 at one of the best hotels in Munich!
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About Congress Bookers

In the world of MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Events), Congress Bookers provides a whole range of services needed to organize a group for a medical congress. On our website, you will find a full list of hotel allotments for the most important medical congresses in 2018, regardless of their location. We operate internationally!

  • EASL 2018 – 210 rooms in seven 4-star hotels
  • EAACI 2018 – 615 rooms in fourteen 4-star hotels
  • EHA 2018 – 1200 rooms in thirty 4-star hotels
  • ERS 2018 – 615 rooms in twenty 4-star hotels
  • EURETINA 2018 – 460 rooms in twelve 4-star hotels
  • EASD 2018 – 765 rooms in sixteen 4-star hotels
  • ECTRIMS 2018 – 620 rooms in ten hotels
  • ESMO 2018 – 1092 rooms in twenty-one 4-star hotels.

Technology and Gadgets that will Transform Your Events in 2018

Technology has quickly become a must for meetings and events regardless of locations. Before, during, and after the event attendees will use the technology they have at hand to improve their experience. Therefore, it’s important to consider what will make their event experience unforgettable.

In that sense, we’ve put together a list of gadgets and tools that will turn any traditional even into an amazing journey.

 

Event apps

They’re oftentimes used as an interactive piece in the whole event process to engage with attendees, provide key event information, list sponsors and participants, and provide practical information like venue maps, content and more. Apps are also a great tool to gather attendee feedback and business contacts. Go through this comprehensive list of tools and apps to start using them today.

 

Telepresence robots

Once found only in Sci-Fi movies, telepresence robots is quickly becoming a thing of the present. They enable hybrid events – where there are participants who are not physically present, but are following the event remotely – and are particularly useful for people who don’t have the time to get to meetings and events on different continents on a regular basis. What’s great about these robots is that they are controlled by a computer and enable the non-physically present participant to drive around at the event and have conversations with other participants during breaks.

 

Go-pro cameras

Frequently used by stuntmen, parachute gliders and sports enthusiasts, go-pro cameras can be a great addition to your next event. They can be mounted on a participant’s head to film the event and live stream it to participants who are not physically present.

 

Drones

Drones can be used at events as they make it possible to follow fast action across a large field. Drones can get much closer to the action than any photographer. For example, the entire American Super Bowl was filmed from the air using a drone. Drones can be combined with footage from traditional video cameras and GoPros to capture highlights from your event.

 

Virtual Reality

VR enables remote attendees to experience the event as if they were there themselves and closer to the action than ever before. Advanced 360-degree cameras enable attendees to see others in the room as if they were right there alongside them. Take for example the demonstration Intel made at CES 2017 when for Intel’s CEO, Brian Krzanich’s keynote, the venue was equipped with over 200 headsets, thus combining the virtual world to a real-world event experience.

The virtual world also provides plenty of opportunities for marketing, co-branding, sponsorship and, by leveraging the possibility to live stream VR content straight to viewers’ social feeds, it’s easier for that branding to reach more people in real-time.

 

3D Printing

It would be a pity not to mention 3D printing when everyone’s talking about it. This technology is prone to becoming more compact and more affordable in the near future. Event attendees can use it to personalised their experience and take with them 3D printed objects to remind them of the wonderful time they’ve had.

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About Congress Bookers

In the world of MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Events), Congress Bookers provides a whole range of services needed to organize a group for a medical congress. On our website, you will find a full list of hotel allotments for the most important medical congresses in 2018, regardless of their location. We operate internationally!

  • EASL 2018 – 210 rooms in seven 4-star hotels
  • EAACI 2018 – 615 rooms in fourteen 4-star hotels
  • EHA 2018 – 1200 rooms in thirty 4-star hotels
  • ERS 2018 – 615 rooms in twenty 4-star hotels
  • EURETINA 2018 – 460 rooms in twelve 4-star hotels
  • EASD 2018 – 765 rooms in sixteen 4-star hotels
  • ECTRIMS 2018 – 620 rooms in ten hotels
  • ESMO 2018 – 1092 rooms in twenty-one 4-star hotels.

And many more!

The 5 Most Important Medical Congresses in Vienna in 2018

Vienna is a city you’ll fall in love with from the first moment you set foot on its streets. Any Vienna visitor should see: MuseumsQuartier, the Sigmund Freud Museum, and the Schloss Schönbrunn. Keep in mind that these are only a very small part of what the city has to offer. The truth is that the number of museums in Vienna is truly impressive!

Vienna also happens to be the home of some of the biggest medical congresses and events in Europe. In 2018, you can take the opportunity to visit this wonderful city while attending one or several of the following congresses:

 

The 11th International Conference on Advanced Technologies & Treatments for Diabetes

14-17 February 2018

Over the last 10 years, the annual ATTD meeting has brought together clinicians, scientists engineers, startups, investors, medical corporations from all over the world with the purpose of discussing the latest research developments in the field of diabetes.

Presentations cover topics such as: glucose sensors, closed-loop systems, artificial pancreas, advisors, devices for diabetic prevention, new insulin analogues and delivery systems and insulin pumps and more.

Book your accommodation for ATTD 2018.

 

The 13th Congress of ECCO

14-17 February 2018

In 2018, the Congress will be held in the city of Vienna from February 14–17.

The theme for the ECCO Congress 2018 is “Science improving patients’ lives,” devoting special attention to discoveries and innovations that can have an impact on disease management.

Book your accommodation for ECCO 2018.

 

The 18th European Society of Retina Specialists Congress

20-23 September 2018

EURETINA – European Retina, Macula and Vitreous Society – was set up as a non-profit organization in June 2000, in Hamburg, Germany. The 1st EURETINA Congress was held in 2001 and had just over 200 participants.

Nowadays, the annual Congress gathers over 5000 participants and is one of the biggest events of its kind.

Book your accommodation for EURETINA 2018.

 

The XXXVI Congress of the ESCRS

22-26 September 2018

Founded in 1991, the ESCRS is Europe’s leading organisation for cataract and refractive surgeons and is at the forefront of developments in anterior segment surgery. The society has over 5,000 members from almost 100 countries worldwide. The ESCRS offers a unique forum for discussion and learning which ensures that international expertise is shared by ophthalmologists all over Europe.

Book your accommodation for ESCRS 2018.

 

The 26th United European Gastroenterology Week

20-24 October 2018

The United European Gastroenterology, is a professional non-profit organisation combining all European societies in the field of digestive health – more than 25,000 specialists from every field in gastroenterology.

Registration for UEG Week 2018 opens on January 22, 2018.

Book your accommodation for UEGW 2018.

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About Congress Bookers

In the world of MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Events), Congress Bookers provides a whole range of services needed to organize a group for a medical congress. On our website, you will find a full list of hotel allotments for the most important medical congresses in 2018, regardless of their location. We operate internationally!

  • EASL 2018 – 210 rooms in seven 4-star hotels
  • EAACI 2018 – 615 rooms in fourteen 4-star hotels
  • EHA 2018 – 1200 rooms in thirty 4-star hotels
  • ERS 2018 – 615 rooms in twenty 4-star hotels
  • EURETINA 2018 – 460 rooms in twelve 4-star hotels
  • EASD 2018 – 765 rooms in sixteen 4-star hotels
  • ECTRIMS 2018 – 620 rooms in ten hotels
  • ESMO 2018 – 1092 rooms in twenty-one 4-star hotels.

And many more!

Let’s Meet at ESMO, ERS, EASD and EADV Congresses in September

These are last month’s pharma news and developments brought to you by Congress Bookers, a reliable accommodation partner for lead pharma companies worldwide.

We’ve finished drafting the agenda for the last 4 months of 2017. Time flies, doesn’t it? 🙂

 

In September, we will be on-site at the biggest and most well-known medical congresses in Europe: ESMO 2017, the ERS International Congress, EASD 2017 and the 26th EADV Congress. Congress Bookers will be there to showcase its booking offers for medical congresses in 2018 and beyond. If you also happen to be present at any of these congresses, let’s meet!

Now, here’s some information regarding the above mentioned congresses:

ESMO 2017 – 8-12 September | Madrid, Spain

Bringing together cancer researchers and clinicians, the ESMO 2017 Congress is being held in partnership with the European Association for Cancer Research (EACR). ESMO is considered to be “the most influential annual meeting for oncology professionals in Europe.”

You can see the online programme here.

 

ERS International Congress 2017 – 9-13 September | Milan, Italy

The ERS International Congress is considered to be “the largest meeting of respiratory professionals in the world.” Its scientific and educational programme addresses the needs of researchers, clinicians, general practitioners and health professionals worldwide.

You can see the online programme here.

 

EASD 2017 – 11-15 September | Lisbon, Portugal

The European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) is a non-profit, medical scientific association founded in 1965 and headquartered in Duesseldorf, Germany. EASD holds its Annual Meeting in a different European city each year. Over 15,000 delegates from over 130 countries attend the event. The scientific programme includes presentations on the latest results in diabetes research.

You can see the online programme here.

 

The 26th EADV Congress – 13-17 September | Geneva, Switzerland

EADV was founded in 1987 as a non-profit association. Its mission is to advance excellence in clinical care, research, education and training in the fields of Dermatology and Venereology.

Every year, EADV organizes one main congress in one of the European capital cities and one spring meeting.

You can see the online programme of its 26th Congress here.

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Congress Bookers provides a whole range of services needed to organize a group for a medical congress. On our website, you will find a full list of hotel allotments for the most important medical congresses in 2017 and 2018, regardless of their location. The biggest congresses next year are:

  • EASL 2018 – 210 rooms in seven 4-star hotels
  • EAACI 2018 – 615 rooms in fourteen 4-star hotels
  • EHA 2018 – 1200 rooms in thirty 4-star hotels
  • ERS 2018 – 615 rooms in twenty 4-star hotels
  • EURETINA 2018 – 460 rooms in twelve 4-star hotels
  • EASD 2018 – 765 rooms in sixteen 4-star hotels
  • ECTRIMS 2018 – 620 rooms in ten hotels
  • ESMO 2018 – 1092 rooms in twenty-one 4-star hotels.

EHA 2018 and Things to Do while in Stockholm

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“The European Hematology Association (EHA) promotes excellence in patient care, research and education in hematology.”

EHA’s Annual Congress has a program that tackles every subspecialty in hematology and offers attendees the opportunity to network with experts from all corners of the world. Apart from the educational and scientific program that uncovers the latest findings in hematology, the congress also provides attendees with the opportunity to attend satellite programs and to visit the exhibition put together by well-known pharma companies.

The 23rd Congress of EHA will take place in Stockholm between 14-17 June 2018.

Book your accommodation for EHA 2018.

 

Stockholm at a glance

The name Stockholm comes from the words “stock” meaning “log” and holm meaning “islet.” Stockholm is built on 14 islands connected by 57 bridges. Over 70 museums are spread across the city, covering an interesting mix of topics and attractions and showcasing the city’s heritage. On the shortest day, Stockholm’s inhabitants see only six hours of sunlight, while on the longest day they enjoy up to 21 hours.

 

Gamla Stan

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Gamla Stan is where the capital was founded in 1252 and it currently represents one of the best preserved medieval city centres in Europe. In Stockholm’s Old Town, the cobblestone streets are reserved for pedestrians only. Even now cellar vaults and frescoes from the Middle Ages can be found behind the visible facades.

In Gamla Stan, you can visit several churches and museums including Sweden’s national cathedral Stockholm Cathedral and the Nobel Museum. Of course, one of the main attraction is t is the Royal Palace, one of the largest palaces in the world with over 600 rooms. Attending the parade of soldiers and the daily changing of the guard is something you’ll definitely like!

 

Skansen

Skansen

Located on Royal Djurgården, Skansen is the first open-air museum in the world. Its 150 buildings tell Sweden’s story from the past 500 years. Some say that Skansen is Sweden in miniature. Swedish traditions such as Midsummer, Walpurgis Night and Lucia are celebrated at Skansen.

The museum attracts more than 1.3 million visitors each year. One of the top attractions is the full replica of an average 19th-century town. The great part is that you’ll even see craftsmen in traditional dress such a shoemakers, bakers, etc. showcase their skills as if time has stopped.

The open-air zoo boasts a large number of Scandinavian animals including the bison, brown bear, moose, grey seal, lynx, otter, red fox, reindeer, wolf, etc.

 

The Vasa Museum

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This maritime museum in Stockholm is famous worldwide because it is where you can see the warship Vasa, the only almost fully intact 17th century ship in the whole world. The Vasa sank in 1628 in Stockholm and was raised from the seabed 333 years later. The Vasa Museum opened in 1990 and it is said to be the most visited museum in Scandinavia.

 

The ABBA Museum

This is definitely a must-see for music fans out there. The museum opened in 2013 and is actually an interactive exhibition about the pop band, following its history from folk singers to music icons. The interactive elements include performing on stage with the band and mixing a studio recording.

 

Book your accommodation for EHA 2018.

Congress Bookers provides a whole range of services needed to organize a group for a medical congress. On our website, you will find a full list of hotel allotments for the most important medical congresses in 2017 and 2018, regardless of their location. The biggest congresses next year are:

  • EASL 2018 – 210 rooms in seven 4-star hotels
  • EAACI 2018 – 615 rooms in fourteen 4-star hotels
  • EHA 2018 – 1200 rooms in thirty 4-star hotels
  • ERS 2018 – 615 rooms in twenty 4-star hotels
  • EURETINA 2018 – 460 rooms in twelve 4-star hotels
  • EASD 2018 – 765 rooms in sixteen 4-star hotels
  • ECTRIMS 2018 – 620 rooms in ten hotels
  • ESMO 2018 – 1092 rooms in twenty-one 4-star hotels.