The coronavirus has forced most of us to spend our lives inside and online to stop the spread and flatten the curve. In light of the global pandemic, our upcoming conference will not be held in Frankfurt, but as an online conference!
The Product and Poison Centre Notifications Virtual Conference, supported by VCI, will be held online on 18th and 19th May. Thankfully, the line of speakers is on board for this and ready to move forward with the event on the planned dates.
Same Great Event – Just Online
Last year, our event focused on CLP Article 45 was a huge success! There were almost 100 participants. Here are just some of the feedback we received from our participants:
“Opportunity to exchange views and approaches with other industry representatives”
“Good balance between explanations about the requirements and possible solutions”
“Input from different players = ECHA + Poison Centre + Industry + IT”
Our event this year will follow the same format – a holistic view on upcoming regulatory requirements. We are grateful that our invited speakers from ECHA, the industry, and IT are on board with taking the event online. Additionally, we have expanded the scope by adding the upcoming topic of the SCIP database.
We know that one of the greatest value of conferences is the opportunity to meet and network. In general, we enjoy and look forward to every opportunity to meet our customers and stakeholders in person very much. To miss this opportunity for a meeting this time makes us feel sorry, but we will do our very best to make up for it within the possibilities of an online event. One step we have already taken: a specially packed conference material that you can request within the registration process (We think, you’ll like it!).
Registration is Open
Visit our event page to register and for details about the conference as well as securing your spot! Please also remember to request our additional conference material which we will mail to your (home) office.
Unfortunately, if you previously registered for the onsite event, we need you to register again. We are sorry about the inconvenience!