In Pictures: C&IT Association Forum 2015

C&IT's Association Forum kicked off yesterday (9 March) at London's Hurlingham Club and featured an evening at the Pestana Chelsea Bridge Hotel.

C&IT's Accociation Forum kicked off at the Hurlingham Club
C&IT's Accociation Forum kicked off at the Hurlingham Club

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Association event planners gathered for a day that started off with a warm-up icebreaker, before one-to-one meetings with suppliers and a number of networking opportunities.

Delegates attended from a range of European and international associations, including the World Obesity Federation, the International Association of Hydrogeologists and the European Society of Cardiology.

The day also included relevant seminars on topics such as ‘Winning the generation game: how to engage XYZ’ and ‘Going for growth – upping delegate acquisition and expanding into new markets’.

The day ended with a drinks reception before a three-course dinner and entertainment at the Pestana Chelsea Bridge Hotel.

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The full Association Forum 2015 agenda can be found here.

The C&IT Forums are unmissable industry events where agencies/corporate planners/associations and suppliers join for networking, educational sessions and meetings.

Agencies interested in attending our annual agency forum – taking place in August – should email katy.wildman@haymarket.com

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