ISES to host second E20 debate at Chelsea Football Club

E20 event to debate the growth and development of creative professionals within the UK events sector.

President of ISES UK Jane Hague will chair the event on 13 February
President of ISES UK Jane Hague will chair the event on 13 February
The International Special Events (ISES) UK Chapter will be hosting its second E20 annual industry debate on the growth and development of creative professionals within the UK events sector at Chelsea Football Club next month.

The forum, bought together by ISES UK Chapter and Britain for Events, will be attended by 19 of the industry’s most highly regarded individuals, including leading agencies, destinations and venue professionals.

President of ISES UK Jane Hague will chair the event on 13 February. Hague said: "I’m delighted to see such a high profile group of event professionals come together to share their thoughts on nurturing creative talent within the industry.

"Events such as the E20 are certainly one of the reasons that the UK continues to stand head and shoulders above our competitors on the global events stage."

The findings of the E20 will be reported in a special edition ‘blue’ paper, in recognition of hosts Chelsea Football Club, to be shared with the industry post event.

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