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The increasingly competitive nature of Rhodes as a conference destination has been reaffirmed by the congresses that have taken place this year at the Rodos Palace<.> International Conference Center, which successfully held a diverse number of varied and high-standard conventions.
The number and quality of conferences hosted, say the hotel's executives, demonstrated the venue's ability to adapt to the specific needs of every event and consolidated Rhodes' position amongst the leading international tourist and convention destinations.
In the following months there a number of particularly significant meetings will follow, such as the Central Union of Municipalities and Communities of Greece (KEDKE), which features the participation of the mayors of all the municipalities in the country, with the 3,200 delegates expected.
Conferences hosted so far this year included the 17th International Congress on Endourology and SWL, which took place September 2-5 with the participation of 1,800 delegates from all over the world.
That convention was preceded, on 26th – 30th May 1999, by the 13th Congress of the European Chapter of the International Union of Angiology, with some 400 delegates. As well, the Rodos Palace was selected for the 105th convention of the American Dental Society of Europe.
In addition to the medical conferences, events this year included meetings of a financial, trade and technological nature. Amongst these was the large annual convention for the sales persons of the multinational company Amway.
Problems of international finance was the subject dealt with by renowned researchers in the fields of economics and mathematics at the International Congress titled "Current Trends in Economics and Labour Market Effects," which took place between the 2nd and 8th July 1999 with the participation of 220 delegates.
The most significant incentive tour of the year was organized between 23rd and 26th May by the well known cosmetics company Rilken, an event which brought together 910 professionals from throughout Greece from the hair-styling field. A similar incentive program was adopted by Italy's Telecom Italia Mobile (TIM), which took place in May with the participation of 520 of its sales people.
Further to these significant conferences, the convention center hosted selected companies such as Amway, Bosch, Vianex, Henkel, and the Commercial Bank of Greece for seminars, trade meetings and numerous other functions.

The increasingly competitive nature of Rhodes as a conference destination has been reaffirmed by the congresses that have taken place this year at the Rodos Palace<.> International Conference Center, which successfully held a diverse number of varied and high-standard conventions.

The number and quality of conferences hosted, say the hotel's executives, demonstrated the venue's ability to adapt to the specific needs of every event and consolidated Rhodes' position amongst the leading international tourist and convention destinations.

In the following months there a number of particularly significant meetings will follow, such as the Central Union of Municipalities and Communities of Greece (KEDKE), which features the participation of the mayors of all the municipalities in the country, with the 3,200 delegates expected.

Conferences hosted so far this year included the 17th International Congress on Endourology and SWL, which took place September 2-5 with the participation of 1,800 delegates from all over the world.

That convention was preceded, on 26th – 30th May 1999, by the 13th Congress of the European Chapter of the International Union of Angiology, with some 400 delegates. As well, the Rodos Palace was selected for the 105th convention of the American Dental Society of Europe.

In addition to the medical conferences, events this year included meetings of a financial, trade and technological nature. Amongst these was the large annual convention for the sales persons of the multinational company Amway.

Problems of international finance was the subject dealt with by renowned researchers in the fields of economics and mathematics at the International Congress titled "Current Trends in Economics and Labour Market Effects," which took place between the 2nd and 8th July 1999 with the participation of 220 delegates.

The most significant incentive tour of the year was organized between 23rd and 26th May by the well known cosmetics company Rilken, an event which brought together 910 professionals from throughout Greece from the hair-styling field. A similar incentive program was adopted by Italy's Telecom Italia Mobile (TIM), which took place in May with the participation of 520 of its sales people.

Further to these significant conferences, the convention center hosted selected companies such as Amway, Bosch, Vianex, Henkel, and the Commercial Bank of Greece for seminars, trade meetings and numerous other functions.

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