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Annual General Meeting and COUNTER Conference 2024

28 March 2024

We will be holding our Annual General Meeting online on Thursday 16 May 2024 at 15:25 GMT (16:25 CEST, 10:25 EDT).

All COUNTER members are invited to attend to receive the Directors’ Report and financials from 2023, as well as to learn more about the new COUNTER strategy.

The AGM will be held as part of the first ever COUNTER conference, which will run from 13:00 to 18:00 GMT on 16 May and has a great line up of sessions. The conference is free and open to all COUNTER members, and we have a limited number of tickets for people who work at libraries that are part of a consortium that is a COUNTER member and those associated with Research4Life. Please note that only COUNTER members can vote in the AGM, although all conference attendees are welcome to attend.

Register for free to attend the AGM and conference

If you would like to just attend the AGM and not the conference please register anyway, so that we can track the number of attendees.

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