The Summit creates the perfect environment for these initial discussions to take place. Informal networking, strategic seminars and social gatherings add to the overall value of the event.
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Our longest-running event will take place for the 20th time on the 9-11 October 2013 in Brussels. The HR Summit is the best-established meetings-based business event in the HR events calendar and widely recognised as the quality annual gathering of some of the UK's and Europe's most senior HR professionals.
Taking place on 12-14 March 2014 in Amsterdam for the 14th successive year, the Summit has an established position as a quality event for UK and European learning and development professionals. Open by invitation only to a carefully selected target group of leading training and development professionals.[Back to Top]
A two-day international meeting covering the issues surrounding sun product development and providing the industry with a scientific, marketing and regulatory update. It draws participants from all over the world to hear the views of leading speakers. This is a biennial event and will take place for the 12th time on 4-5 June 2013 at the Royal College of Physicians in central London. Click on the link to the left for more information about the topics and speakers.
The third Anti-ageing Skin Care Conference took place on 12-13 June 2012 at the Royal College of Physicians in London, it discussed the many aspects of skin ageing, including formulation methods, brand labelling and marketing claims, regulatory controls and the differing positions from country to country. Full details of the programme are available on request. The next edition of this biennial conference will take place in London in 2014.
The European Employment Forum (formerly Employment Week) will take place in November at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Brussels. This annual exhibition and conference focuses on the major social and economic issues surrounding employment and creates a unique discussion and meeting forum. The conference programme is developed by the Advisory Committee. Representation on the speaker platform from the relevant Directorate Generals of the EU, together with a range of experts from the social and corporate sectors, provides a blend of detailed policy input, corporate initiatives and regional projects.
The event attracts a wide range of individuals, businesses, social partners and government policy makers from across the EU and beyond. Visit our website for latest updates at www.europeanemploymentforum.eu
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