At Aesthetics we are eagerly anticipating October’s CCR conference and exhibition for some much-needed networking and face time with the who’s who of non-surgical and surgical aesthetics
Be part of the UK’s largest multidisciplinary aesthetic event
Once a year, CCR provides the central hub for exhibitors and organisations of both the surgical and non-surgical disciplines. CCR hosts the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) for their Annual International Conference, as well as the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS) and the British Cosmetic Dermatology Group (BCDG).
In a unique one-off annual event, these organisations, and others, come together to share information with its delegates and inform and address thousands of visitors over the two-day show, now repositioned in ExCeL London.
Make the most of the highest quality education
2020’s CCR will incorporate yet another unparalleled and comprehensive education programme, all of which is CPD accredited. October’s education highlights include a one-day videoed cadaver training course with industry guru Dr Tapan Patel, of London’s renowned PHI Clinic, along with a much anticipated clinic management focus across all theatres this year, which will provide valuable advice to help get aesthetic businesses back on track post lockdown. For more information or to register your interest for a place visit www.ccrlondon.com.
Meet influential journalists
We welcome back our Press Ambassador Francesca White, Beauty Editor At Large and Editor of the Tatler Beauty & Cosmetic Surgery Guide. NEW for this year, Francesca will take on an additional role as Master of Ceremonies and compère for the first ever CCR Aesthetics Press Conference.
With an unprecedented amount of media interest at CCR last year, including representatives from BBC Breakfast, Talk Radio, This Morning, The Guardian and BBC Radio to name a few, CCR has developed a more structured press briefing format, open to any registering journalists. We now have a unique closed event for consumer and trade health and beauty journalists to get a concise briefing at the CCR Aesthetics Press Conference.
Press can learn about what’s new, while hearing about those procedures and research papers that are making waves in medical aesthetics. With a Q&A session to follow, involving some of the industry’s most recognisable names, CCR is set to provide a completely unique and interactive forum to update and inform key, influential journalists.
Easy to reach from any location
CCR is pleased to announce that this year it has moved to a new and more expansive campus, ExCeL London. The change of venue will provide the best exhibitor and visitor experience yet. The huge variety of transport links provide easy access for visitors and exhibitors from all over the UK and internationally and, once arrived, the facilities are extensive, giving little need (if any) to leave the ExCeL campus!
Courtney Baldwin, Event Manager for CCR & Aesthetics, said:
“We are committed to facilitating high quality educational content and with the change of venue this year we will provide our best ever exhibitor and visitor experience.
Once again, we have secured the most influential practitioners from around the globe to contribute to our education programme and take the stages for live demonstrations, cutting-edge speaker content and top brand takeovers.
This year’s show will provide a much-needed directional change after such a long period of clinic and theatre closures and we at CCR, like all of our visitors I’m sure, are sincerely looking forward to some well-overdue industry face time.”