59TH ICCA CONGRESS: ASIA PACIFIC REGIONAL HUB

01 NOV 2020 - 03 NOV 2020

Re-imagining the future of global events and it all starts here, as this year the ICCA Congress is being transformed into a hybrid experience like no other. As part of ICCA's interactive Congress ‘Road to Kaohsiung’ programme, they are inviting the entire global ICCA community to connect with each other and explore new ideas, formats and technologies. The 59th ICCA Congress is themed “Transforming Global Events Together” because if the industry comes together, they can reimagine and guide the future of global events. But this can't be achieved alone, it requires the entire global ICCA community to connect, and so the decision to have regional hubs was made. The future of the industry is up to the entire ICCA Community.

18TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CLEAN ENERGY

27 JUL 2022 - 28 JUL 2022

The conference is a platform for university researchers, policymakers and industry players to share their aspiration towards a sustainable and clean energy system. This conference is aimed at promoting clean energy for better social, environmental and economic returns. Collaboration between interested parties is expected to boost further realization of clean energy utilization in the near future. For more information, visit ICCE now.

11TH SYMPOSIUM ON DISEASES IN ASIAN AQUACULTURE

23 AUG 2022 - 26 AUG 2022

The 11th Symposium on Diseases in Asian Aquaculture (DAA11) is being held in Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia. The triennial symposium is a hub that covers core aspects of aquatic animal health including current research developments, trends, the future of the aquatic animal health industry and many more. DAA11 provides a forum for interaction among professionals, academicians, and experts in the fields of aquatic animal health. For more information, visit the DAA11 website here.

MEN’S HEALTH WORLD CONGRESS

25 JUL 2022

The finalised date is to be confirmed.

‘United for Men’s Health’ is the theme for MHWC 2022 as we believe in a comprehensive and holistic approach to promoting men’s health, and that this can only be done successfully through inter-sectorial and inter-disciplinary collaborations. Therefore, this Congress will not only cover epidemiology, policies, clinical advances in men’s health, it will also explore how gender identity, changing social and cultural norms shape men’s behaviours and their health. Exciting topics include: use of ICT to improve men’s health, improving men’s health in key populations, updates in andrology, social determinants in men’s health, delivering men’s health services, and the latest WHO European Men’s Health Policy. For more infromation visit the MHWC website here.