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Live webcasting of a pharmaceutical event about ADHD from Copenhagen

September 2nd, 2013 No comments

A pharmaceutical event was webcasted live and on-demand by Klewel from the Tivoli Congress Centre in Copenhagen last month. Tivoli Congress Hall is Copenhagen’s newest congress hall with space for up to 2,500 guests. The hall is multi-functional and can be used for AGMs, meetings, exhibitions, functions, fashion shows and the like. Flexibility is the key word and their Event Managers are on hand to help you tailor your own unique event.

The topic discussed was about ADHD. ADHD means Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. For instance, children with ADHD find it more difficult to focus and to complete their schoolwork.

A public congress Klewel webcasted in this domain was No Mind Left Behind in Glasgow in 2011. It featured 51 of the world’s leading experts and focused on autism, ADHD and other early onset neurodevelopmental disorders. More than 800 delegates attended the two-day event but their reach is limitless – thanks to the launch of the Virtual Conference. The online resource, created by Swiss IT company Klewel, provides access to all the sessions and includes audio, video and slides. Simply click here to take a journey through the conference, and listen and learn in your own time.

To know more about this particular event which occured in Copenhagen, please visit ADHD institute website

Triskel platform was used to webcast this conference in the domain of pharmaceutics. The conference was streamed live with Klewel and accessible from desktop, tablets and smart phones. The content is private and restricted to a close community. Should you want to webcast your upcoming event with Klewel, do not hesitate to contact us.

This picture was taken during an evening of the congress in Copenhagen:

Webcast: No Mind Left Behind – Social Brain 3 Conference

April 20th, 2011 No comments

Back in December 2009, I met Sophie Dow at our Klewel stand at EIBTM 09 in Barcelona (read the Klewel post). EIBTM is one of the largest world tradeshows for the conference industry including business tourism.

Mindroom was founded by Sophie Dow, whose daughter Annie is 20 years old and has severe learning difficulties as a consequence of a chromosomal deletion on Chromosome 1, the ‘short arm’. MindRoom is a Scottish charity and its vision is a country in which all adults and children with learning difficulties receive the recognition and help they need.

More than a year later, Klewel was in charge of webcasting the No Mind Left Behind – Social Brain 3 Conference at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall.

Register to get access to all the conference videos.

Photo for the press release in Glasgow a few weeks before the event:

Annie Dow (bottom centre), 20, daughter of Sophie Dow (right), Founder of Mindroom, joins Alessandro Vinciarelli (left), Lecturer at the University of Glasgow and developer of the Klewel virtual conferencing software for NMLB and Scott Taylor (top), Chief Executive of Glasgow City Marketing Bureau.

Article about this conference and about Klewel: the virtual conference tool: Major International Conference Brings New Virtual Conferencing Facility And A Record Number Of World-Leading Learning Difficulty Experts To Glasgow

Discussion about this conference.

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