The conference will be hosted in the upscale JW Marriott Bucharest Grand Hotel conveniently situated downtown. Inaugurated in 2000, the hotel exudes an essence of European elegance and comfort, providing excellent facilities for any large-scale event. The convention center includes 12 reconfigurable rooms adding up to a total of 2044 m2. The hotel is located next to the Parliament Palace, the largest building in Europe and the second largest in the world, right after the Pentagon.

The city of Bucharest is the capital of Romania and its most important cultural, business and financial center. A young and dynamic city, Bucharest has an eclectic architecture, which provides a view into its history. A mixture of medieval, neoclassical and Art Nouveau buildings, the city center also boasts recently built contemporary structures such as skyscrapers and office buildings. The city's majestic architecture and the sophistication of its elite earned Bucharest the nickname of "Little Paris" at the beginning of the 20th century.

Bucharest is easily accessible from all major European cities and with only one-stop connections from Asia and the Americas. The city benefits from a modern international airport and an extensive public transport system that is one of the largest in Europe.

Romania is the largest country in southeastern Europe and a member of the European Union since January 2007. The country is best known worldwide for its beautiful natural landscapes and UNESCO Heritage sites, such as The Danube Delta, the Monasteries of Moldova and the Transylvanian medieval cities. Also known as the mysterious land of the Legend of Dracula, Romania is a whole of fascinating experiences where Authentic, Natural and Cultural are the words that best capture its essence and make up an intriguing country rich in history, arts and scenic beauty.

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