Healthy Cities

The World Health Organisation Healthy Cities International Conference celebrated the 25-year anniversary of the Healthy Cities Movement in Europe and aimed at:

  • stressing the significance of all actions with a view to improving health and prosperity, at the local and urban level;
  • investigating the key role played by local government in health-related issues and it participation therein;
  • obtaining knowledge from the best practices of all initiatives within the Healthy Cities and Communities actions;
  • sharing visions and enhancing its commitment to health and a high quality of living in cities.

The Conference in numbers

69sessions in 3 subject areas
7conference halls
4daily newsletter

Organising bodies:

  • The World Health Organisation
  • The National Network of Healthy Municipalities
  • The Municipality of Maroussi

When: October 22-25,  2014

Services: Project management, Support, Promotion, Sponsorships & Exhibition

Added value services:

  • Fully dynamic and constantly updated webpage
  • Press Office
  • Daily e-newsletter throughout the conference
  • Livestreaming & webcasting
  • e-Posters
  • Opening ceremony gala
  • 2 formal gala dinners
  • Guided tours

The Mindwork factor

In this event, we made extensive use of state-of-the-art electronic media:

  • Electronic signposting & marking and electronic projection of speaker names in all conference halls;
  • e-poster projection system, both in the exhibition area and the webpage;
  • e-newsletter by the Mindwork editorial team, despatched every morning by e-mail to all participants.

Within the framework of the Greek section of the conference programme, Civil Society groups and NGOs were given the floor to share their own best practices experience, regarding the improvement of life quality in Greece during these times of financial crisis.

Having worked with Lina and Mindwork Business Solutions for a premium international event, I have the pleasure to attest that they are able to perform efficiently under highly demanding conditions, with commitment to quality and a comprehensive approach. They will also put at the service of their partners’ innovative ideas, state-of-the-art technology and suitable infrastructure networks, aiming at exceeding expectations and offering added value to the project at hand. Working with Lina Nikolopoulou and Mindwork has been a very fruitful and pleasant experience and I’m looking forward to our next cooperation.

Agis Tsouros, Director of the Division of Policy and Governance for Health and Well-being at the WHO European Regional Office