In Numbers: London's 'biggest ever congress' kicks off

See the key stats from the European Society of Cardiology 2015, which starts tomorrow (29 August) at ExCeL London and will be the capital's biggest ever congress.

The European Society of Cardiology 2015 starts tomorrow at ExCeL London
The European Society of Cardiology 2015 starts tomorrow at ExCeL London

35,000

Delegates due to attend the congress, travelling in from 100 different countries.

5           

Days that the congress will last for. 

500           

Expert sessions will take place for delegates to attend throughout the congress. 

150           

Cardio vascular topics will be covered at sessions during the event.

23,000           

Lunch bags have been prepared for delegates to eat while the congress is going on.

180+

Exhibiting companies will be attending the congress.

100,000sqm

Of space that the congress will occupy, covering the whole of ExCeL.

20,000           

Chairs have been set out for delegates to use at the congress.

600+           

Graphics have been prepared to decorate ExCel and fit with the theme of the event.

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