ACE postponed further to 11 & 12 March 2022
London, 5 February 2021: ACE, the Aesthetics Conference and Exhibition, has been postponed from May 2021 to 11 & 12 March 2022 in a difficult decision made in consultation with the aesthetics community due to the continuing circumstances surrounding the pandemic. Easyfairs, the organisers of the live event that attracts over 2,000 medical aesthetic professionals to meet, learn and do business are saddened to once again be postponing the event but are doing so in support of the aesthetics community, many of whom have temporarily returned to the NHS to support on wards or assist in the rollout of the vaccine, which has so far been administered to an incredible +10 million people.
In celebration of the industry’s amazing achievements, the Aesthetics Awards will still take place in May 2021 but will now be held as a virtual ceremony on Friday 28 May 2021. The Awards will give the medical aesthetics community the opportunity to recognise the remarkable achievements of clinics, individuals, teams and product manufacturers in an afternoon of glitz, glamour and fun with a celebrity host leading the proceedings.
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Chloe Gronow, Editor of the Aesthetics journal, says: “We’re so proud of the aesthetics community for the support, time and dedication they have given to the fight against Covid-19. While so many of our readers and attendees are still doing so much to support the NHS, although we have all the safety measures in place to run a secure event, it felt only right to postpone ACE to 2022 when the vaccine will have been rolled out fully, the wider community will be safe and people will have had the opportunity to get their aesthetics businesses back on track after dedicating so much to the cause against the virus.
“Holding the Aesthetics Awards virtually this coming May will enable us to celebrate the achievements of our fantastic industry and give our finalists the recognition they deserve, as well as providing an opportunity for some long-warranted light-heartedness and fun after an incredibly challenging year.”
This decision has been made in close consultation with the aesthetics industry and entire community and in consideration of the Government’s implementation of ongoing measures to maintain social distancing, further contributing to the ongoing Force Majeure situation.
The Aesthetics journal continues to provide monthly CPD accredited educational content in its print publication for practitioners to continue their professional development and keep up to speed with the latest advances in aesthetic medicine. The Aesthetics website also offers an abundance of online content including articles and educational events for the medical aesthetics community to stay in touch with one another and the latest developments. Visit www.aestheticsjournal.com to find out more and subscribe.
The organisers of ACE are looking forward to providing a successful, all-secure event on 11 & 12 March 2022 at the Business Design Centre, London, when they can bring the community together once more to drive the aesthetics industry forward through education, networking and business.
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ACE is a two-day exhibition and conference for the medical aesthetics industry. Industry leaders and medical experts will meet for valuable education, to stay ahead of the competition, network and gain new business at the Business Design Centre in London on 11 & 12 March 2022. Find out more at www.aestheticsconference.com
Easyfairs organises and hosts live events, bringing communities together to visit the future.
The company currently organises 200 events in 14 countries (Algeria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom) and manages 10 event venues in Belgium, the Netherlands and Sweden (Antwerp, Ghent, Mechelen-Brussels North, Namur, Gorinchem, Hardenberg, Venray, Gothenburg, Malmö and Stockholm).
Easyfairs employs more than 750 people and generated revenues exceeding €166 million for its financial year 2018-2019.
Easyfairs strives to be the most adaptable, agile and effective player in the events industry by employing committed individuals, deploying the best marketing and technology tools and developing strong brands.
In 2018 Easyfairs was named Belgium’s “Entrepreneur of the Year®” and earned recognition as a Deloitte “Best Managed Company” and a “Great Place to Work”. For the second year running, Deloitte has conferred “Best Managed Company” status on Easyfairs in 2020 and also saw AntwerpXL win “Best Event Launch” at the AEO awards.
The company is ranked 17th in the list of the world’s leading exhibition companies.
Visit the future with Easyfairs and find out more on www.easyfairsgroup.com.
For further information, please contact:
Courtney Baldwin, Event Manager, Aesthetics Portfolio, Easyfairs
Courtney.Baldwin@easyfairs.com / +44 (0)20 3196 4371
Chloe Gronow, Editor, Aesthetics Journal, Easyfairs
Editor@aestheticsjournal.com /+44 (0)20 3196 4350
Katie Gray, Marketing Manager, Aesthetics Portfolio, Easyfairs
Katie.firstname.lastname@example.org / +44 (0)20 3196 4366