Nike and IBM to speak at International Confex

Nike, IBM, Thomson Reuters and Cisco events professionals are set to deliver the corporate educational programme at International Confex.

Nike and IBM are among brands to speak at International Confex
Nike and IBM are among brands to speak at International Confex

Sessions will include the power of technology, strategic meetings management, and outsourcing, as well as a series of forums for sharing best practice and ideas.

Speakers include:

  • Thomson Reuters global head of events Samantha Coates
  • IBM senior manager of marketing, demand programs and alliances Klaus Span
  • Cisco Systems senior manager global strategic meetings management Carolyn Pund
  • Nike director global meetings and events Lisa Schelle

The programme has been developed by the Professional Convention Management Association (PCMA) and is sponsored by the SECC.

International Confex event director James Samuel said: "These are some of the highest profile brands representing global experience that we have ever had in our educational programme, and a fitting standard for our 30th year.

"Our agreement with PCMA was based on their outstanding reputation for education and they are set to deliver a brilliant programme for our corporate visitors."

International Confex takes place on 19-21 March at Excel London.

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