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EASL Selects Congrex as Key Partner for Conference in Hepatology

After an intense bidding process which began in March 2011, the Governing Board of the European Association for the Study of the Liver (EASL) announced their decision to appoint Congrex Switzerland as its official Professional Conference Organiser as of 2014.

“We strongly believe in Congrex’s capacity to deliver an outstanding service,“ commented Prof. Mark Thursz, Secretary General of EASL, “and also in their personal approach and dedication to create a strong and long-term partnership.” With more than 8,000 clinicians, scientists and other delegates, the International Liver Congress is the most important conference in the field of Hepatology in Europe.

“We are extremely pleased to have the opportunity to manage the ILC 2014,” said Congrex Switzerland’s Regional Managing Director Alain Pittet. “We look forward to delivering on our promises to EASL, to be an imaginative and caring association partner that understands the longer term strategic visions of EASL now and into the future.”