The 42nd Edition of the Brazilian Congress of Angiology and Vascular Surgery will feature a large communication structure that will integrate multiple online and offline platforms.
The goal is to keep all congress attendees well informed on all issues and events during and after the event.
A communication center will be created in partnership and in tune with the national SBACV’s journalist team to produce and share quality content in real time.
The media that has already been defined includes the Congress’ website, a custom application for smartphones, and the social media on the digital platform. Predefined offline media outlets include the Vascular radio, a daily informative newspaper, in addition to visual signage using led TVs, banners, and other printed materials.
Communications will also select content to be distributed to the local and national press and schedule and follow-up on interviews granted while the Congress is underway.