Speakers including Google announced for ISES Accelerate

ISES has announced the line up for its new global forum, ISES Accelerate, a three-day conference and networking event at Emirates Stadium from 14-16 May.

Kevin Jackson, VP EMEA at George P Johnson, will speak at ISES Accelerate
Kevin Jackson, VP EMEA at George P Johnson, will speak at ISES Accelerate

The conference speakers include Colja Dams, CEO at Vok Dams, Michelle Bryan-Low, head of customer marketing at Google EMEA, King Dahl, MGM Resorts executive director of event design, and Kevin Jackson, Vice President EMEA at George P Johnson.

There will also be a panel on how to create events that get noticed, with panelists including Jez Paxman, creative strategy director at Live Union, Neil Hooper, creative director at Circle Agency, Robert Dunsmore, director at Live Events, and Matt Margetson, creative director at Smyle.

The conference theme is ‘Creativity Accelerates Business Growth’ and it will focus on areas such as the speed of modern business life, efficiently harnessing creative processes and producing innovative events and profits.

Confirmed topics include Kevin Jackson’s ‘Creativity: Why it makes you money’ and King Dahl’s ‘X to the 5th Power’, a session focused on event design.

Kelly Baker, president of ISES UK and speaker at ISES Accelerate, said: "With the event industry consistently developing at a rapid pace, it is necessary to provide opportunities for professionals to share best practice and ideas to stay ahead of the curve. We look forward to welcoming friends and colleagues from the UK and further afield to ISES Accelerate."

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