Belgrade. Igor Kovacevic, Project manager of the Serbia Convention Bureau, provides an update on the latest happenings: High on the hills of staging the Summer University Olympic Games in July, the upcoming months promise more meeting business for Serbia. The forthcoming period will be emphasized by numerous strategically important events: European Alliance of Neuromuscular Disorder Association Annual Meeting (EAMDA), DMAI Destination Sales Training I & II, EIAT Conference, World Canals Conference (WCC), The European Strabismological Association Annual Meeting (ESA), European Society of Gyneacological Oncology International Meeting (ESGO), European Association for Gastroenterology and Endoscopy Postgraduate Course (EAGE).
ESGO 2009: The 16th International Meeting of the European Society of Gynaecological Oncology, ESGO, is taking place from 11th to 14th October in Serbian capital Belgrade and it is expected to attract over international 1,700 attendees. Belgrade, as the central hub of economy and science in the region, will provide the biennial ESGO meeting with excellent settings for professionals in the rapidly changing field of gynaecological oncology to discuss, debate, and disseminate new medical and scientific information for gynaecological cancer treatment and care.
EIAT 2009: EIAT - Education and Industry Advancing Together- is an event that gathers professor best students and industry stakeholders on one place and is the only of this type in the region of Balkan. Main objective of EIAT is to create platform of best young leaders in the industry that will be educated to give answers on most demanding challenges about destination and tourism product development. EIAT will be staged in Belgrade, Serbia, with the Future Leaders Forum, as a side event, organized in partnership with IMEX and MPI. The key note speakers like Prof. Rob Davidson, Prof. Jafar Jafari, Ray Bloom, Rick Taylor will give share their experiences about tourism, hospitality and management and will help preparing the next generation of young professionals for their successful launch into the industry.
World Canals Conference 2009: The 2009 World Canals Conference will take place in city of Novi Sad and its brand new Master Congress Centre. It will be an invaluable forum for more than 200 waterway managers, users and enthusiasts with an interest in the canals, navigable rivers and inland waterway heritage of the Middle Danube Region. The general theme of the Conference will be raising awareness and improving the economic performance of waterways, especially in Eastern Europe and Asia, two world regions which have not previously been covered by an annual event. East and West will meet.