Securing the future

December 2014

The 12th annual Transport Security Expo proved to be a breakthrough year for the show with  increased foreign engagement, new programming and free conferences raising the bar for the event and the industry as a whole.

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Lights, Camera, Conviction

December 2014

The day of all British police being issued with high-tech wearable video cameras to improve efficiency and transparency is moving ever closer with technology leading products

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UK’s Largest Surgery Expo Unveils Training Dome

July 2014

Britain’s largest conference uniting the reconstructive, aesthetic and non-surgical arenas today announces a first-of-its kind ‘Surgical Training Dome’ will be unveiled at its event in London’s Olympia in October this year. 

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Industry experts discuss future for event organisers at Confex

March 2014

Digital marketing and reimagining events were the hot topics discussed at the packed Future for Event Organisers seminar today (13 March) at International Confex. 

On the panel were Nineteen Events CEO Peter Jones, Peter Heath MD of Londonlaunch, Simon Burton MD of Exposure Communication and Richard Pegler MD of Media Connexions who chaired the discussion. 

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LEADING EVENT ORGANISING COMPANY IN ‘CABINET RESHUFFLE’

January 2014

NINETEEN EVENTS Appoints Foreign Engagement Officer

Wimbledon, London – January 10th 2014 – Leading event organising company, NINETEEN EVENTS, has today announced that it has appointed a Foreign Engagement Officer in a strategic bid to widen the company’s impact abroad. Read more..

Thoughts on a live debate: is psychological assessment robust enough for patients?

November 2013

 At the inaugural Clinical, Cosmetic & Reconstructive Expo held in London, a multiprofessional group got together at the 'Great Live Debates' to discuss how patients should be deemed suitable for treatments using psychological assessment. In this article, aesthetic nurse consultant Julie Brackenbury reflects on the key points raised during the discussion and makes recommendations for the future.

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FROM INJECTING TO RESECTING Thousands Attend First-of-its-Kind Reconstructive, Cosmetic and Non-Surgical Event

October 2013

London – 24 October, 2013 - With over fourteen days’ worth of educational and scientific content packed into two days of intense, focused activity, the first-ever Clinical Cosmetic & Reconstructive Expo (CCR) www.ccr-expo.com at London’s Olympia will not be soon forgotten by a medical sector which had never seen an event of its kind taking place in the UK.

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WOMEN UNDER PRESSURE TO RESEMBLE CELEBS BUT ‘AT THE MERCY’ OF COSMETIC COWBOYS -Less than 5% think enough is done by the Government to help protect them

October 2013

 London – 08 October, 2013 -  New statistics reveal today that women overwhelmingly cite fear of a ‘botch job’ as the number one reason deterring them from undergoing cosmetic surgery, and less than 5% think the Government is doing enough to protect them from industry cowboys. The survey, conducted by One Poll and commissioned by groundbreaking conference the Clinical Cosmetic & Reconstructive Expo (www.ccr-expo.com); taking place 11-12 October at London Olympia; quizzed 2,000 UK women on their concerns regarding aesthetic procedures such as boob jobs, facelifts and tummy tucks.

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Transport Security Expo looks to 2014 and beyond

September 2013

Transport Security Expo, the much acclaimed event for industry professionals working to deliver meaningful security in an ever changing threat environment, has once again surpassed all expectation and witnessed a significant increase in both exhibitor and attendee numbers.

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SCEPTICAL SCALPELS: COSMETIC SURGERY SECTOR UNCONVINCED BY GOVERNMENT REVIEW

September 2013

New Survey Reveals Clinician Fears Remain Unallayed

London – 4 September, 2013 –
Less than a third of doctors, nurses and surgeons in the cosmetic surgery arena believe that the recommendations from Sir Bruce Keogh’s recent review into the sector go far enough, and three quarters (75%) think there could still be a repeat of a health scandal such as the recent breast implant crisis. The findings are unveiled today by  Clinical Cosmetic & Reconstructive Expo (www.ccr-expo.com), a first-of-its kind event taking place this October at London, Olympia bringing together under one roof the foremost experts in aesthetic, reconstructive and non-surgical treatment.

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Transport Security Expo announces line-up of innovative new features

May 2013

World-class annual event delivers an expanded programme of fresh thinking in the transportation security arena.

London, 26 April 2013 –
Transport Security Expo, the globally renowned exhibition and conference event specifically developed to address challenges within the transportation security arena and identify solutions to them, has announced a series of exciting new features bringing focus to current and emerging issues and delivering valuable opportunities to engage with potential industry customers worldwide.

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CUT TO THE CHASE: SURGERY CONFERENCE TACKLES GOV’T FINDINGS Groundbreaking Expo Holds Live Debates on New Recommendations

April 2013

 London – 24 April, 2013 – A first-of-its-kind scientific conference bringing together the historically disparate arenas of reconstructive and aesthetic surgery as well as the non-surgical sector welcomed today’s review by Sir Bruce Keogh. Organisers of the Clinical Cosmetic and Reconstructive Expo (www.ccr-expo.com) announce today that ‘live theatre debates’ will be taking place at the event, for key players of the industry to determine and discuss the real implications of the Government’s report.


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Jabs and Undercuts: Survey Unveils Plastic Surgery Worries - Urgent Need for More Dialogue among Surgical, Non-Surgical Sectors

January 2013

London – 29 January, 2013 – Two-thirds of clinicians including surgeons, doctors and nurses believe that the lines between non-surgical (such as lasers and injectables) and surgical procedures (such as breast lifts and tummy tucks) have become dangerously blurred; and a whopping nine out of ten (89%) say the public has very little understanding of practitioner qualifications. The findings are unveiled today by the Clinical Cosmetic & Reconstructive Expo (www.ccr-expo.com), a first-of-its kind event taking place this October at London Olympia bringing together under one roof the foremost experts in aesthetic and reconstructive treatment: ‘from Botox® to bionic limbs’.

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Industry professionals flock to Transport Security Expo 2012 in vast numbers

November 2012

Record delegate attendance reflects continued concern over the state of security across the transport sectors

London, 15 November 2012 - Transport Security Expo has closed its doors after another highly successful event. The two-day conference, exhibition and workshop gathering, witnessed a significant increase in delegate and visitor numbers.

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