Experience factor defines international medical congress

EANM creates entertaining and surprising space concepts

Foto: hell beleuchteter Podiumsdiskussions-Bereich mit einigen Panel-Teilnehmern vor einem Publikum
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The 36th Annual Congress of the European Association of Nuclear Medicine (EANM) has a multifaceted, experiential world in store for its approx. 7,000 or so participants: from Viennese coffeehouse charm to innovative LED installations and even a boxing ring for razor-witted debates. The congress setting puts entertainment and the element of surprise front and centre.

-Entertainment and enjoyment zone in the entrance hall

The entrance hall welcomes participants with an authentic Viennese coffeehouse ambience. Besides great coffee, an ice cream van serves up a special EANM ice cream creation. The central pool table draws players, framed by the unique new LED polySTAGE system. EANM becomes the first congress to brand all 52 moving panels with the General Background adapted to its own CI.

All about the polySTAGE
Foto: Halle voller Menschen und beleuchteten LED-Displays, Baeumen, Billardtisch und Tischen


As always, it was a great experience and you almost feel like a "big family" that realises a project together and, despite stress, tiredness and a lot of work, acts together as equals and in a very friendly atmosphere. Thank you and see you soon!

Andreas Felser, Executive Director

Foto: Mann im Anzug vor einer Logowand

-Entertaining highlights throughout the venue

The EANM congress landscape boasts some special features. Starting with Hall D, which is being transformed into a debating club with a boxing arena. Photobooths at multiple locations are there to capture participants’ funniest moments. On the terraces, the bright sunshine encourages networking, while the spacious exhibition areas in the halls serve up an overview of the latest product innovations.

Foto: dunkler Raum mit Publikum und beleuchtetem Podium mit Diskussionsteilnehmern und Praesentation auf Leinwaenden

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