ASSOCIATION FORUM: 9-10 MARCH 2015

C&IT's next Association Forum takes on 9-10 March 2015 at The Hurlingham Club, London.

Association Forum 2015 will take place at The Hurlingham Club, London
Association Forum 2015 will take place at The Hurlingham Club, London

C&IT's Association Forum 2015 will take place at legendary private members' venue The Hurlingham Club in Fulham, south-west London, on 9-10 March 2015.

Sessions will be delivered by industry experts including:
  • Karen Schlaegel, Head of Meetings and Events, British Pharmacological Society: Extracting revenue from your event
  • Laura Newbery, Global Meetings Planner and Marketing Manager, IACCM: Appealing to Generation X/Y/Z
  • Leah Carter, Head of Global Events at the Association of MBAs: Delegate acquisition strategies
  • Caroline Mackenzie, Director of Association Services, Zibrant : TBC

Alongside the educational sessions, delegates will also meet with suppliers of venues and services in pre-arranged one-to-one business meetings.

Website: www.association.citforum.co.uk

C&IT Association Forum 2015 speakers can be found here

C&IT Association Forum 2015 agenda can be found here

Click here to register for the Association Forum 2015

Association Event Planner International/European and UK Forums are unmissable industry events where associations and suppliers join for networking, educational sessions and meetings.

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