KWC Mission

"To create a professional, unique and vibrant India conference experience that will build India as the preferred venue for the Global Meetings Industry."

Monday, January 30, 2012

Testimonial: Dr B Suresh - IPA President & FIP Congress 2011 Organizing Chair

Press Release on " - the meeting industry's leading portal"

KW Conferences gains association membership after 'seamless performance' in Hyderabad
India became the latest country to be represented in IAPCO the International Association of Professional Congress Organisers after KW Conferences was given the nod. The PCO organised the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property Exco and Forum 2011 in Hyderabad, which was attended by 662 delegates from 62 countries.
IAPCO Council member, Roslyn McLeod, who went to India to review the meeting, said the company excelled in difficult circumstances.
“I did not encounter one criticism,” she said. “Their performance was seamless despite the fact that they had to move social events due to predicted rain following on storms and floods. They will make a good member of IAPCO and bring credit within India due to their high standing."
Convention Linkage, based in Chiyoda-ku, Japan, was also admitted into IAPCO, bringing the number of individual members to 116 and the number of countries represented to 41. Two other applications for membership have been rejected this year and seven remain ‘pending’.
Philippe Fournier, IAPCO president, said: “IAPCO continues to be extremely diligent about membership applications to continue striving for quality

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Vattikuti Global Robotics 2012: Dr Ali Zamir Khan, Faculty

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

KW Conferences Successfully Organized “Vattikuti Global Robotics 2012: A Multispeciality Robotic Surgery Conference”

KW Conferences successfully organized the Vattikuti Global Robotics 2012 on 13-15 January, 2012 at the Taj Palace Hotel, New Delhi. This first ever event of its kind in India, attracted more than 350 delegates. Shri Montek Singh AhluwaliaDeputy Chairman, Planning Commission, India inaugurated the event. 

The event was a definitive multi-specialty surgery conference for the Indian surgeons’ community. The focus was specifically on robotic surgery in Urology, Pediatrics, Gynecology, Cardio Vascular, Peripheral Vascular, ENT, Head and Neck, Gastroenterology and General Surgery.

58 International Faculties - leaders in robotics surgery, gave live demonstrations, presentations,
shared experience and answered questions.

8 Interactive video transmissions of Live Robotic surgeries were telecast for the Conference Delegates at the Conference venue. These special transmissions were of surgeries performed by
Internationally-acclaimed expert surgeons at the Vattikuti Foundation Partner Institutes across India - Delhi (Medanta Hospital), Mumbai (Asian Heart Institute), Hyderabad (KIMS), Chennai
(Apollo) & Bengaluru (Manipal Hospital)

da Vinci Robotic system - Conference Delegates had an actual hands-on experience of operating the da Vinci Robotic system during simulated operations at the Conference venue under special arrangement

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Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Raising the Curtain on the 1st ever Robotic Surgery Conference in India - Vattikuti Global Robotics 2012: A Multispecialty Conference on Robotic Surgery

Team KWC is on full swing with preparations for the 1st of its kind event in India, a Vattikuti Global Robotic Conference, happening in just 3 days, from January 13 -15, 2012. For more details on the conference and to register, Click Here  

The venue for the event is the magnificent Taj Palace hotel in New Delhi, which, with 402 lavishly appointed rooms and suites, is a perfect venue to host such a large scale event.  

In November last year, team KWC hosted theVattikuti Lecture Series in 6 major metropolitan cities across India - Mumbai, New Delhi, Kolkata, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, and Chennai, to create awareness of Robotic Surgery in India. Live robotic surgery demonstrations were shown by the best in the world, to educate and expose surgeons to technologically advanced practices and new techniques. 
Be sure to check our twitter feed and facebook page to view updates on the conference!