2011 STUVA Conference revisited

Success – and how to deal with it!

The STUVA Xmas Party was scheduled for December 20, 2011. Deserved relaxation following an extremely strenuous but once again highly successful STUVA Conference for the entire team. Successful in many ways: a recognisably high-grade lecture programme; an impressive exhibition staged optimally and full of content; more than 1,400 participants mainly from the D-A-CH countries – Germany, Austria and Switzerland but altogether embracing no less than 20 countries; the renowned exact organisation encompassing a narrow time frame; a “fringe programme” with an extended cosy gala evening, a “tunnel...

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