Dear soap! community,
We hope this message finds you well. It is with mixed emotions that we share the news that the soap! conference, scheduled for 2024, will not take place this year. This decision comes after careful consideration of various factors, including post-pandemic changes, shifts in the conference landscape, and personal changes within the soap! team.
The decision to pause the conference was not an easy one, but we believe it is essential for us to take the time to reflect, reassess our goals, and determine the best path forward. The dynamic nature of the current environment, coupled with the evolving needs of our community, has prompted us to reevaluate our approach and ensure that any future iterations of the soap! conference align with the aspirations and expectations of our attendees and partners.
We want to express our deep gratitude to everyone who has contributed to the soap! community and supported the conference over the years. Your passion, insights, and dedication have played a key role in making the soap! conference a vibrant and enriching experience.
During this break, we will be actively seeking feedback from our community to better understand your expectations and how we can improve the conference moving forward. Your input will play a crucial role in shaping the future of the soap! conference. In fact, you can share your thoughts with us right now via this feedback form.
We appreciate your understanding and continued support during this period of reflection. We remain committed to delivering a conference that exceeds your expectations and contributes meaningfully to the soap! community.
Thank you for being a part of the soap! family. We look forward to reconnecting with the soap! family in the future.
The soap! team
PS Remember, no matter what #soapersROCK
workshops & conference venue
Manggha Museum of Japanese Art and Technology Europe
Located at the bank of the Vistula River right opposite the Wawel Royal Castle, Manggha Museum of Japanese Art and Technology is a truly exceptional place. It combines the functions of a traditional museum (with its exhibitions and collections) with those of an active cultural center. It’s a fusion of modern technology and traditions of the Far East.