C&IT Corporate Forum continues today

Senior level buyers and event organisers from Citroën, Barclays and Innocent are among delegates attending C&IT's Corporate Forum 2014.

C&IT's Corporate Forum opens at Chewton Glen today
C&IT's Corporate Forum opens at Chewton Glen today

C&IT's Corporate Forum kicked off at Chewton Glen yesterday (23 January), with senior level corporate buyers and event organisers from brands including Lloyd's Bank, Tata, Citroën and Centrica among the delegates attending.

Delegates are taking part in workshops and meetings with industry suppliers on a one-to-one basis.

Barclays assistant vice president for event marketing, Trish Delaney, spoke alongside Joy Thomas, global events director at FICO, and Emma Chandisingh, head of events of Roche Products, on how to get the best out of event management companies.

Innocent Drinks' Charlie Heavey has led a discussion on how to organise big events on tight budgets, while Kaspersky's European marketing director David Preston will discuss the future of the corporate events industry.

Delegates will also experience a special Champagne discovery session with Jayne Powell (aka Champagne Jayne), a multi-award winning author, Champagne educator, broadcaster and special events MC.

Please use hashtag #CITForum on Twitter to join the debate, discuss proceedings and share photos.

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