Hg3 Conferences expands into new premises

Academic event specialist Hg3 Conferences has moved into a new office to accommodate a number of new appointments.

Hg3 Conferences' new office in Harrogate
Hg3 Conferences' new office in Harrogate

The Harrogate-based agency has recently appointed three new members of staff and secured new a new contract to manage membership for the British Society for Cell Biology, with over 1,000 active members.

It specialises in organising scientific meetings and annual conferences for educational institutions and charitable associations.

Clients include the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, Diabetes UK and the British Crystallographic Association.

Nicola Peel, managing director, said: "Whilst we have a very busy year of exciting events ahead, I am confident that our business will continue to provide the quality of services our clients have come to expect from us."

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