CCR 2020 is firmly in the diary. It’s the first opportunity for the aesthetics specialty to come together, and preparation to deliver a safe and successful meeting is well under way.
With an unprecedented level of interest from exhibitors and delegates, we’re looking forward to an exceptional programme and bumper turnout this year. There is an array of new and exciting elements added to this year’s CCR schedule; the UK’s largest annual meeting of surgical and non-surgical disciplines. There’s never been a more pressing time to register. Look out for the annual Aesthetics Awards winners announced at the event, the NEW CCR Aesthetics Press Conference, the web networking event, plus new speakers and hours of CPD-accredited educational content. Plus, after months of lockdown, CCR will provide the platform to more industry launches than ever before. It continues to be THE place to meet and network with peers and relevant aesthetic businesses and to find the latest equipment, products, techniques and more.
Taking the stage this year we have industry stars such as Dr Bob Khanna, Dr Tapan Patel and aesthetic nurse Emma Coleman. Currently the content team at CCR is looking for both surgical and non-surgical practitioners to submit abstracts with a view to speaking at the event. If you would like to take part, please don’t hesitate to get in touch ASAP as speaker slots are limited. Visit ccrlondon.com to submit your abstract and find out more.
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.
This unique closed event for consumer and trade health and beauty journalists offers a concise trend forecast and briefing at the first annual CCR Aesthetics Press Conference. 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. If you have a new launch, new protocol, compelling research or anything you feel could change the future of the aesthetics specialty please contact the head of the CCR Aesthetics Press Conference organisation team, Kate Zadah at firstname.lastname@example.org.
• Hear what our Press Ambassador Francesca White, Tatler Health & Beauty Editor a Large and Editor of the Tatler Beauty and Cosmetic Surgery Guide, has to say about the future trends in the aesthetics specialty
• Gain top tips on how to maximise the impact of your presence at CCR with PR and marketing advice from
Mantelpiece PR’s founder Kate Zadah, and CCR’s own Easyfairs Head of Marketing, Aleiya Lonsdale
• Learn about the 1st CCR annual press conference and find out how to get your brand in front of the national press at the show