Impromptu meetings

What is an impromptu meeting?

An impromptu meeting is an off-programme meeting for a small group of people. The impromptu meetings will gather a maximum of 20 people in a working room within the UPV Conference venues, with basic audiovisual equipment; the meeting cannot last longer than 80 minutes. The topic may cover any conservation-related issue. Impromptu meetings may be proposed in the two weeks before the Conference or during the Conference itself, by any registered participant or exhibitor. The topics may be very varied, including, for instance, the presentation of a research consortium to prospective partners, a gathering of, say, digital print conservators, or a demo of some new tool or product. The impromptu meetings will be announced on the website when they are assigned a time slot by the organization. Their primary aim is to foster more efficient networking in a flexible, convenient way. 

How to organize an impromptu meeting

Simply contact the organization at the Conference’s Organization stand at the Trade Fair area and request a time slot. The room will be assigned and announced on the website in a matter of minutes (subject to availability!). Impromptu meetings can only be booked during the Conference.