C&IT Corporate Forum kicks off today

C&IT's Corporate Forum kicks off today (22 January) at Chewton Glen, with a host of corporate event planners and suppliers making their way to Hampshire for the two-day event.

C&IT Corporate Forum kicks off today
C&IT Corporate Forum kicks off today

The first day will include a series of icebreaker activities before Marissa Irons, office manager and executive assitant, Experian and Victoria Archbold, head of events and sponsorship at Hearst Magazine Company deliver the first educational seminar of the forum.

Other speakers across the two days include Amanda Quinn, event manager at medical technology company Stryker, who will present on how to make cutting-edge events with a limited budget, while Paul Andrews, managing director at Xperience Marketing Solutions (formerly general manager, events & sponsorship at BMW Group UK) and Omar Khan, global head of sponsorship and events at Lycamobile, will explore the key challenges facing procurement in 2015 and how to overcome them.

As well as this, Which? events and experiential manager Elizabeth Forrester will share her expertise on harnessing the power of social media to build a buzz around events.

Are you attending Corporate Forum? Don't forget to tweet or follow proceedings using hashtag #CITForum

See photos from C&IT's 2014 Corporate Forum

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