Think Business Events welcomed the return of in-person events for the Australasian College of Dermatologists 54th Annual Scientific Meeting held last week in Adelaide.
Held at Adelaide Convention Centre, the four-day conference attracted 950 delegates from interstate and some international attendees.
“It was so great to be back to in-person events after a two-and-a-half-year hiatus,” said Denise Broeren, director at Think Business Events.
“I forgot how much we loved the adrenaline rush of being onsite producing face-to-face events, and the energy of those events, generated by the discussions, connections, conversations and interactions between delegates, sponsors and speakers.
“Also, I think delegates relished the opportunity to be in a room with a speaker and importantly being able to bump into them in the exhibition halls afterwards to continue the discussions.”
Haley Bennett, CEO at The Australasian College of Dermatologists, said it was the first time they had brought their members together in-person since 2019.
“The meeting was well attended and enjoyed by all, providing opportunities for collaboration and networking that have not been possible over the last two years,” she said.