Glaxosmithkline to speak at Summer Eventia

Glaxosmithkline (GSK) communications and meeting services director Sarah Meurer will speak at Summer Eventia in Cardiff this month.

Glaxosmithkline to speak at Summer Eventia
Glaxosmithkline to speak at Summer Eventia
Meurer will join Linklaters, Barclays Events and Cisco representatives for a panel discussion on agency and supplier relationships.

COI director of live events and Eventia vice chair Simon Hughes, who is chairing the conference, said: "The Summer Eventia 2011 has an exceptionally strong speaker programme and we’re delighted that so many agencies and corporates have volunteered their speaker services."

Summer Eventia will take place at the Mercure Holland House Hotel in Cardiff on 27-28 June.

Summer Eventia corporate highlights:

-       Cisco’s live global marketing manager Staci Clark

-       Olympic Sponsors panel including Thomas Cook’s London 2012 Partnership managing director Stephen Vaughan; Cisco’s London 2012 programme manager Ben Atherton, and Adecco’s London 2012 Partnership director Steve Girdler.

-       ‘A Marriage made in Heaven or Hell?’ - Sharyn Hadfield from Linklaters; Sarah Meurer director communications and meeting services from GSK; Emma Nielsen, deputy head Barclays Events and Cisco’s Live Global Marketing Manager Staci Clark discuss the agency and supplier relationship.
 


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