The organisation of this international symposium therefore required a safe venue, and at the Conference Centre we activated all the protocols to ensure the greatest possible safety for those attending the event. Likewise, it required the technology to broadcast the symposium to the entire world, and a place that would meet expectations in culinary terms, taking into account the different nationalities of the participants.
'Everything is going very well, because some of the participants are online, including speakers, and there have been no problems with connections, everything has worked really well, the food is great, everyone comments on how good the food is in Spain and how they really take care of us, so I recommend people do things here, because it’s well worth it'.
In addition, the Conference Centre Team encouraged the organisation to consider a number of sustainable actions, with the aim of reducing the environmental impact of the event.
In that regard, it opted for sustainable mobility, by choosing to have the participants stay in the hotels attached to the building as well as digital signage, digital downloading of contents, the separation of waste and the selection of sustainable materials at the stands and in the furniture.
With regard to catering, the client chose sustainable menus, with packaging and utensils made of recycled materials and using local suppliers in the organisation of the event