- By RAI Amsterdam
- Posted: November 24, 2016
ESC Congress back in Amsterdam in 2020
RAI Amsterdam will host Europe’s largest medical conference
The European Society of Cardiology (ESC) is proud to announce that its annual congress will be held in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 29 August – 2 September 2020. As the world’s premier cardiovascular conference, ESC Congress attracts more than 30,000 medical professionals and over 4,000 of the latest scientific studies.
“ESC Congress 2013 was held in Amsterdam and will be remembered as one of the most exciting ESC events.” said Isabel Bardinet, Chief Executive Officer of the ESC. “At the time, we received enthusiastic reviews from delegates about the record number of Hot Lines, scientific sessions and new formats which allowed more delegate interaction than ever before. We now look forward to even greater success in this major European venue.”
RAI Amsterdam has demonstrated that they can seamlessly manage over 30,000 professionals whilst providing international connections, a high-quality transport infrastructure, comprehensive logistics planning, modern event-support facilities, high-speed communication and IT networks and quality hotel accommodations.
Maurits van der Sluis, Chief Operating Officer of RAI Amsterdam, said, “We are very honoured and proud that the ESC Congress is coming back to Amsterdam. The destination team here understands the impact of Europe’s largest medical meeting and is highly committed to making ESC 2020 a resounding success. We thank the strong cooperation between Amsterdam’s local government and its business and service sectors in the selection process, demonstrating a clear ambition to become the European ‘City of Meetings’, for bringing up this opportunity”
Frans van der Avert, CEO Amsterdam Marketing, added, “Amsterdam proudly facilitates over 2,500 conventions annually, of which a large number contribute to the scientific reputation of Amsterdam. We are delighted to welcome ESC Congress back to Amsterdam in 2020 as a great example of international knowledge sharing at the highest level.”