New speakers confirmed for C&IT's Association Forum

Six new speakers have joined the line-up for C&IT's 2015 Association Forum this spring.

Association Forum 2014
Association Forum 2014

The event, taking place at at legendary private members' venue the Hurlingham Club in Fulham, south-west London on 9-10 March, will feature several educational sessions.

  • Duncan MacOwan, head of events and new media at FESPA, will discuss the latest technology to bring events to life and encourage interaction.

  • Dermot Ryan, congress and events manager at EAACI, and Chris Trimmer, executive director at World Obesity Federation will share their knowledge on trends they think will shape future events.

  • Amy Dudden, events and engagement manager at Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management, will join Laura Newbery, global meetings planner and marketing manager at IACCM, on a session titled Appealing to Generation X/Y/Z.

  • Iain Bitran, executive director at ISPIM, and Michael Foreman, head of external relations at ABPCO, will join Leah Carter, head of global events at the Association of MBAs, on a session about delegate acquisition strategies.

  • As previously confirmed, Karen Schlaegel, head of meetings and events at British Pharmacological Society, and Caroline MacKenzie, director of association services at Zibrant, will talk about extracting revenue from events.

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


    C&IT Association Forum 2015 speakers can be found here

    C&IT Association Forum 2015 agenda can be found here

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