CCR reunites the medical aesthetics community
CCR marks a long-awaited opportunity to come together face-to-face, and connects the surgical and non-surgical medical aesthetics communities not only to learn best practice from world-leading practitioners, but perhaps more importantly network and share experiences.
Like no other forum, exhibitions provide an environment for informal conversations and serendipitous meetings that haven’t been possible over the last 18 months, allowing you to ask questions, get feedback and feel the support of the wider community. So, the timing of CCR has never been more crucial to reunite the UK’s surgical, dermatological and aesthetics specialties.
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Like any other year, CCR provides you with the ability to discover the latest clinical developments and source new products from leading global brands – but this year we will bring you the gods and heroes of the aesthetics world as well as the opportunity to see for the very first time a new range of start-up businesses and new products.
Highlights include: Dr Arthur Swift, the ACE Group World meeting, a first at CCR; ISAPS UK Conference; the Surgical Agenda focusing on breast and eyes; Galderma celebrating 25 years of Restylane and relaunching Sculptra, and hosting a networking hub; Getting Started in Aesthetics Symposium; and networking drinks sponsored by Med-FX.
CCR gives you access to all this and so much more, but all in the safest of environments!
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Our commitment to your safety
We have put in place a comprehensive series of measures to ensure we provide a safe and successful event for all involved. Our health & safety protocols are audited by SGS to enhance safety of our events. Please note that you will also be required to demonstrate proof of COVID-19 status for entry to the event.
We can proudly say that we have passed our SGS audit!
CCR Agenda at a Glance
CCR inspires the industry with a host of exciting brands, new launches, live demos, insightful symposia, conferences, masterclasses and events which look to the future of the medical aesthetic industry.
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