Connecting the medical aesthetic community
With 200+ brands represented by more than 150 exhibitors, leading brands choose CCR to position themselves at the forefront of the UK aesthetic arena. The all-encompassing visitor profile ensures any business operating in aesthetics will reach their key buyers to be included in their clinic offering.
The CCR 2019 floorplan featured more sectors than ever before, with the latest scientific innovations on display, and 15 product launches embargoed until CCR opened its doors.
CCR 2019 highlights
CCR 2019 was the busiest event to date, with an impressive 5,800+ attendees, 200+ brands, 120+ faculty, 5 free-to-attend conferences, 12 brand takeovers, and 2 full days of CPD accredited education. What’s more, 92% of visitors would recommend the event.
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Is CCR right for you?
If you want to showcase your product and brand to medical aesthetic professionals, CCR is a great platform for you to achieve maximum exposure to your target audience. The below is a summary of who attends and their areas of interest.
Visitor Job Functions
Products & Services of Interest
With regulations and advertising standards constantly changing, new safety measures to adhere to, technology developing rapidly, and a global pandemic thrown into the mix, managing a successful clinic or practice has becoming increasingly challenging.
This year at CCR there is a dedicated conference theatre hosting all topics that will help clinicians run their clinics and personal brands successfully; with interactive sessions, drop-in clinics and panel debates ensuring that CCR is a must attend for practitioners to reset for a successful 2021.
If you have a product, solution or service that covers the above, or even better, something completely new that practitioners are unaware that they need – please reach out to us to discuss exhibiting and speaking options.
Official Press Ambassador for CCR Francesca White, Tatler’s Health & Beauty Editor-at-Large, is bridging the gap between trade and consumer collating insight into the industry and its exciting innovations.
Francesca will be interviewing exhibitors and key opinion leaders during the event, as well as reporting on the latest news in the aesthetics industry.
“I am delighted to be hosting such an important event in the aesthetics industry. I am always on the lookout for the latest news in aesthetic medicine, the new techniques being introduced by the top doctors and surgeons, and the upcoming trends and regulations to be aware of.”
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Show data and exhibitor warning
It is increasingly common for exhibitors to be approached by third party companies purporting to, or giving the impression that, they have access to the show’s attendee list. Please be aware that we do not pass on our data to ANY third party, so please note that these claims may be fraudulent. If you have any concerns at all, please contact a member of the team.
It also has been brought to our attention that fraudulent companies have been contacting our exhibitors under the guise of working with Easyfairs and offering ‘free advertising opportunities’ and claiming to be our preferred accommodation supplier.
Organisations such as Event Fair, FairGuide.com/Construct Data Verlag, Expo Guide (Mexico) and International Fairs Directory (Portugal) are targeting exhibitors with their misleading directory services. Unsuspecting exhibitors who sign and return the form are then contracted into a three-year, non-retractable agreement, which could cost the exhibitor a significant amount of money.
You can find further details about these companies here: www.aeo.org.uk/expoguide
If you have already fallen victim to this fraud there is also lots of advice here for how to deal with it.