London, May 3, 2023 - Following the huge success of the inaugural Menopause in Aesthetics (MIA) event in 2023, the conference is set to return for 2024 with a new, bigger London venue and even more expert speakers and engaging content than before.
MIA is a unique event that brings together professionals from a broad spectrum of specialities to share knowledge and best practice in order to better serve women going through ‘the change’.
Spearheaded by Charlotte Body, Vicky Eldridge, Chloe Gronow and Lily Harrison, who collectively have more than five decades of experience organising events in the aesthetics space, the event promises to be a must-attend for anyone looking to provide menopause support in their aesthetic clinics.
The conference will feature 15 (CPD-applied for) talks, with speakers from both within and outside the aesthetics industry sharing their best practices. Delegates can expect to learn everything there is to know about integrating menopause support into their aesthetic clinics. From skin and hair to wellness and intimate health, the conference will cover a broad range of topics that will help attendees better serve their patients.
Taking place at the Business Design Centre in London, the event is expected to attract 700 delegates and 70 exhibitors in person, with a further 300 tuning in via MIA's live stream.
Whether you are looking to integrate menopause services into your practice or want to be more educated about this demographic so you can refer your patients to the right resources, MIA is the place to be.
Commenting on the event, MIA founder and MD Charlotte Body said: "We are thrilled to bring Menopause in Aesthetics back for 2024. Our aim is to empower aesthetic professionals with the knowledge and tools they need to better serve women going through menopause. We have a fantastic line-up of expert speakers in the pipeline who will be sharing their insights and experiences, and we look forward to welcoming delegates from all over the world either in person on virtually via our online platform."