VB2014 - location, location, location

Posted by   Virus Bulletin on   Jan 24, 2013

Cat escapes bag as details of VB2014 conference are announced.

Keeping shtum about the dates and details for VB2014 - the 24th Virus Bulletin International Conference - has not been an easy task, so it is with delight and relief that, with contracts in place and legal teams satisfied, we can now announce that VB2014 will take place 24-26 September 2014 at The Westin Seattle, WA, USA.

We are excited to be returning to the Pacific Northwest and for the conference to be visiting Seattle for the first time - we look forward to the hiking, eating, gallery hopping, coffee drinking and sightseeing that the city and its surrounding area has to offer (all outside of conference hours, of course).

We will be issuing a call for papers for VB2014 in December 2013, so keep your eyes peeled then (in the meantime, please submit a proposal for VB2013 Berlin!).

As usual, a range of sponsorship opportunities will be available for VB2014 at Platinum, Gold and Silver sponsorship levels. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor of VB2014 or exhibiting at the event please contact us by emailing conference@virusbtn.com or calling us on +44 1235 555139.

We look forward to seeing you there!

VB2014 Seattle, 24-26 September 2014

Posted on 28 January 2013 by Helen Martin



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