Welcome Note

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

We are proud to announce that the 2nd IVF Worldwide Live Congress: Growing IVF Clinics in the Digital Age will take place from October 31 through November 2, 2013 in Berlin, Germany.

In recent years, the Internet has transformed just about every industry. From simple communication to online shopping and banking and sophisticated collaborations, the Internet has evolved from a fragmented information source... Read more...

Main Topics

The IVF 2013 Congress will focus on the following topics that we feel are important for clinics today:
Today's Marketplace Moves Fast: Is your Marketing Agile enough?
Email Marketing: Shortcuts to Capturing More Leads for your Clinic!
Live Clinics!
Google Analytics
SEO (Search Engine Optimization)

Before you travel - Check list

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Optimising Your Social Network Presence
By Jonathan Pollinger
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Congress Chairpersons

Michael M. Alper,
Dominique de Ziegler,
Ron King,
Milton Leong,
Hong Kong
Itai Levitan,
Talya Miron-Shatz,
Zeev Shoham,
Yesha Sivan,

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Previous IVF-Live Congress

In recent years the internet has changed many industries. From simple communication to online shopping and banking, The internet has grown from not only a tool of ready information but to become a global, mobile infrastructure enabling business development.

The field of reproductive medicine is no exception to this transformation. To succeed in today's world IVF professionals already use the internet as a tool to advance their practice, their learning, and their business. Click here

About Berlin

Berlin is a city of contrast and fusion: East meets west, history meets future, and art meets underground. As a European center of politics, culture, and art, countless people are attracted to Berlin's unique cultural vibrancy, sizzling creativity and raw charm.

The city of Berlin, built around the River Spree in Bundesland, has undergone enormous changes in the past 100 years. Though most of Berlin was destroyed after Second World War, many landmarks have either been restored or reconstructed and the city has emerged from the past and undergone the biggest construction project in Europe.

Residents and visitors alike are fascinated by the traces of an eventful past that can be encountered almost everywhere in the city. Berlin offers unrivalled educational, intellectual, cultural, and recreational opportunities. Read more...