The Swedish Exhibition & Congress Centre and Gothia Towers will be transformed into a huge international knowledge hub for the month.
In 1923, the Great Machine Hall was inaugurated for the Export Exhibition during the Gothenburg Tercentennial Jubilee Exposition on the site of what is today the Swedish Exhibition & Congress Centre and Gothia Towers. The centenary of that event will now be marked by prestigious international conventions in June, all dealing with major contemporary issues.
The Swedish Exhibition & Congress Centre and Gothia Towers will be transformed into a huge international knowledge hub for the month. The 6G network, the dams of the future, advances in research into urogenital cancer, blood transfusion and organic and medicinal chemistry will be among the topics discussed at the meeting place.
“Never before has our calendar been so packed with international meetings in June. We are proud to welcome these five prestigious international congresses to our venue,” said Malin Erlandsson, Director Congress & Events at the Swedish Exhibition & Congress Centre and Gothia Towers.
The events reflect the breadth of current issues that are frequently discussed at the meeting place. They include the EU-sponsored EuCNC & 6G Summit, focusing on the 6G network for a green and digital transition, and the annual meeting of ICOLD, which brings together almost thousands of international delegates to discuss the current state and future of the world’s dams.
Every year, two million people visit the Swedish Exhibition & Congress Centre and Gothia Towers, a key part of the Gothenburg’s tourist economy. More than 30 trade fairs are organised annually and nearly 8,000 exhibitors participate in the events. Hundreds of major national and international congresses and events are held every year, and everyone from prominent scientists, royalty, Nobel Prize winners and politicians have taken part in various events hosted at the meeting place over the years. With 1,200 hotel rooms, 40,000 square metres of multi-purpose meeting space and five restaurants, there are opportunities for fantastic holistic experiences right in the heart of the city, with all of Gothenburg’s attractions close by.
The following international congresses taking place in June:
- 6-9 June: EuCNC & 6G Summit, European Conference on Networks and Communications
- 11-15 June: ICOLD, International Commission on Large Dams Annual Meeting
- 17-21 June: ISBT, 33rd Regional ISBT Congress by The International Society of Blood Transfusion
- 27-30 June: 23rd Tetrahedron Symposium
- 30 June – 2 July: UROonco, A meeting steered by the EAU Section on Oncological Urology
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