Singapore to host global dermatology congress in 2023

The 25th World Congress of Dermatology (WCD2023) has been confirmed for Singapore come July 2023, with Triumph Group International (TGI) appointed once again to bring the high profile global meeting to fruition as event organiser.

The last edition in 2019 drew 17,000 delegates from 149 countries to host city Milan.

The last World Congress of Dermatology in Milan attracted 17,000 delegates from 149 countries

According to TGI, WCD2023 will be conceived as a green congress from the very beginning – in line with Singapore’s sustainable city status conferred by the Asian Green City Index.

Spokesperson Antonella Nalli shared that WCD2023 will feature a series of impactful online activities as well as a mix of in-person and online meetings and public events in Singapore and “hopefully around the world” in the lead up to July 2023.

Maria Criscuolo, chairwoman of TGI, said the company’s appointment to produce yet another edition of the congress reflects its expertise in organising medical events and in responding to the evolving needs of medical meetings.

Criscuolo said: “International solidity and reliability are the results of over 35 years of experience and thousands of organised events. However, experience is not enough. We need new ideas; we need to know how to read the signs of aging and be able to anticipate them. We need to understand that a medical event is different from what it used to be just a few years ago. We have entered the world of hyper-technological, sustainable and comprehensive global events. ”

The new win for TGI and Singapore comes as the Rome-based events and communications specialist expands its presence in Asia. It has launched an office in Singapore, joining Shanghai and Hong Kong.

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