European liver congress selects London

The European Association for the Study of the Liver (EASL) has chosen Excel London for the 2014 International Liver Congress

London is the 7th most popular city for associations congresses (ICCA)
London is the 7th most popular city for associations congresses (ICCA)
The five-day medical conference is expected to attract 10,000 hepatologists, doctors and medical professionals and is expected to be worth £25 million to the local economy.

London was selected over other European and UK destinations after a competitive tendering process was run by EASL through Congrex.

London’s promotional organisation, London & Partners, worked in tandem with ExCeL London to secure the bid.
EASL’s Executive Director, Grégoire Pavillon, Executive Director of EASL, said:
"London has transformed itself as a congress venue over the last four years both in terms of world-class facilities and new infrastructure.

"For EASL, London is also a major global centre for medical research and the life science’s industry as a whole. We are therefore delighted to be hosting the 2014 International Liver Congress in the city."

London’s ranking in the recent 2011 ICCA city rankings rose from 14th place to 7th. ?

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