Calling all corporate event planners

Sign up for C&IT's 2015 Corporate Forum and join event managers from brands including Centrica, Danone, Canon, PepsiCo and Colgate-Palmolive for two days of education and networking at Chewton Glen, Hampshire.

C&IT's annual Corporate Forum takes place at Chewton Glen, Hampshire
C&IT's annual Corporate Forum takes place at Chewton Glen, Hampshire

Speakers confirmed for the event, which takes place on 22-23 January, include representatives from Royal Bank of Scotland, Financial Times, Absolute Radio, BlackRock, Brewdog and Timetric.

C&IT's Corporate Forum provides the opportunity for senior corporate buyers and in-house professional organisers of B2B events to share best practice and discuss key issues with peers in an informal environment.

Delegates take part in workshops and meetings with industry suppliers on a one-to-one basis. Corporate event planners interested in attending can register here.

Clare Melton, head of events and hospitality, Corporate and Commercial Banking for Royal Bank of Scotland; Daniel Thomas, director of business development, B2B, EMEA and The Americas, Financial Times Live Conferences & Events; and Absolute Radio marketing director Clare Baker are among this year's confirmed speakers.

The theme for the event will be challenging budgets, creativity and technology barriers in corporate events, with sessions including:

* Busting the budget barrier: Creative ideas to do more with less
* Getting your audience’s attention: Practical advice for engaging different event audience types
* Content: The creative quirky ideas on how to make it truly engaging
* Procurement: Challenges and opportunities in 2015
* Latest tech trends: New tech products for a longer event life cycle and better interaction

See photos from Corporate Forum 2014

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