Noticias

The 29th National Congress of Professional Organizing Companies of Congresses of OPC Spain, of which OPC Galicia is part, was celebrated in Lleida with the participation of almost 300 professionals of this sector in an edition that was very focused in the medical sector and that also Has served to continue advancing in the construction of new models of congresses, working together OPCs and scientific societies “in the search of a new model of congress, that continues betting by the continued formation in the medical sector. An innovative model that adds value to the existing model, “said the federation of OPC Spain, the promoter of the congress.

It is precisely in this sense that professional associations warned that medical conference attendance could possibly fall by between 30% and 50% in the coming years as a result of Farmaindustria’s stricter regulation codes as well as bureaucratic difficulties related to the Treasury , Which would jeopardize the financing of this type of congress. Attendees stressed that it is necessary to redesign the model of congresses and seek a meeting point between industry and scientific societies, which has invited the figure of OPC to join in this process of innovation and creativity to create a New model of congress that continues betting by the continued formation of the professionals of the medical sector with the intention of forming “competent professionals”.

Monday February 20th, 2017
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Almost 300 professionals from the MICE segment attended the national OPC congress

The 29th National Congress of Professional Organizing Companies of Congresses of OPC Spain, of which OPC Galicia is part, was celebrated in Lleida with the participation […]
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Wines of Monterrei renews for one year its collaboration with Expourense

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Wednesday February 15th, 2017
El profesor Rafael Vallejo de la Facultad de Ciencias Económicas e Empresariais de la Universidad de Vigo, y las docentes de la Universidad da Coruña, Elvira Lindoso y Margarita Vilar, miembros del grupo Turhisgal

Un trabajo de las Universidades de Vigo y A Coruña analiza las bases del desarrollo del turismo en España entre 1900 y 1936

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Tuesday February 14th, 2017
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Tourism of Galicia will invest more than one million euros in 18 municipalities through which the English Way

During 2017 the Xunta will invest more than one million euros in actions that allow to improve the facilities and signaling of the English Way. Specifically, […]