Medical congresses are valuable venues for sharing information essential to the development of life science advances and gaining enough information to make business decisions regarding their eventual use. These events are considered crucial for keeping up with the latest in life science industry standards and best practices – but planning is time-consuming and heavily manual. What’s the alternative for better medical congress planning?
When the pandemic disrupted the traditional congress model, the life science industry began to explore new options for conducting high-quality, credible scientific exchange. Virtual meetings offered distinct benefits, but most people value the networking opportunities afforded by in-person congresses.
How can life science teams retain the advantages of virtual elements – convenience, inclusion, the democratization of scientific discussion – within the framework of an in-person event? And how can these changes make every aspect of congress planning and execution more targeted and valuable?
In this e-book, we’ll share what’s possible with a more tech-enabled approach to medical congress planning and participation. You’ll learn which technologies are changing these processes and how your peers are already using them to streamline the congress experience while getting more value from the insights they collect.