The costs of running a conference

The costs of running a conference

The costs of running a conference rose dramatically in 2022. Not just the obvious costs of venue rental, but particularly the costs of travel, accommodation, and F&B. In fact, according to the Global Travel Forecast published by CWT and the Global Business Travel...
Behind the scenes of ATL webcasts.

Behind the scenes of ATL webcasts.

Regular readers will know that my fondness for virtual events knows no end. However, in 2023 I’ll put my aversion aside as we work closely with our good friends in LATAM to create regular webcasts for the Cardio-Renal community.   We’ve been running live Cardiology,...
The curse of the no-show.

The curse of the no-show.

I’m going to be honest, I’m really good at signing up to events and not turning up. I’ve lost track of how many times I’ve done it over the years. It’s because of the meetings that just ‘have’ to be scheduled on the same day, maybe a train strike, bad traffic, there’s...
It’s a busy September at ATL

It’s a busy September at ATL

It’s going to be a busy September for ATL with multiple events taking place during the month and pre-production for the meetings in October and November.   Multiple Sclerosis We run two back-to-back MS meetings each year which have quickly become the leading...
The purpose of medical conferences.

The purpose of medical conferences.

I have seen the future On May the 9th 1974 Bruce Springsteen, who was then 25 years old, played at the Harvard Square Theatre in Cambridge, Mass. Springsteen wasn’t a star and that night he and the E St. band opened the show for Bonnie Raitt. There was a music...