25 Sep 2015 . New Delhi



Indian Society of Blood Transfusion & Immuno-haematology (ISBTI) is a Non Profit Voluntary Organization operating at National Level. Established in 1972, it has been one of the oldest organizations to still go strong on its commitment towards Voluntary blood donation and patient blood safety.TRANSCON 2015 was the 40th National Conference of this esteemed Society.  


The conference was to be attended by delegates from all over India and it was spread over 3 days of highly engaging sessions, knowledge dissemination and an exhibition of medical facilities/equipment by the various associated brands. The 3 day national level conference required a great deal of coordination in various segments including hospitality, registrations, exhibition fabrication and venue management etc.


Having the most illustrious and unblemished record of managing Medical Industry conferences and events, Indiattitude meticulously planned various aspects of the prestigious conference and ensured that there were no hiccups or missing gaps. Our excellent coordination and perfectly managed services helped us deliver a tremendously successful event where not only the delegates/faculty or the other participants, but, even the organizers had a great and relaxed engagement with each other. The added comfort of a smooth and seamless event enhanced the quality of knowledge dissemination at the conference and a great experience for the participants who had come from various parts of the country. Ground breaking announcements related to healthcare improvement were made at the prestigious event including the announcement of setting up of State of the art Blood Banks at Kathua, Udhampur and Reasi areas of Jammu region by the Union Minister of State Dr Jitendra Singh.

As an appreciation of the great work done by Indiattitude, the organizers presented the team with a special award and expressed desire for Indiattitude to be the preferred service provider for their future conferences and events.



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