In Pictures: Event360 at Roundhouse London (part 1)

See the first pictures from Event360, taking place at the Roundhouse, London, today, with representatives from brands including Barclays, Benefit Cosmetics and BMW among the speakers.

Tim Dingle, chief executive of the London School for Excellence Training
Tim Dingle, chief executive of the London School for Excellence Training

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Event360, a one-day creative summit organised by C&IT and sister title Event, opened this morning with more than double the number of attendees expected than last year's award-winning inaugural event.

Tim Dingle, chief executive of the London School for Excellence Training, warmed up the crowd with a session on how to be amazing, followed by a Big Questions Live Session featuring Yvonne Holden, BMW general Manager – events, Sophie Begg, Barclays vice president - Personal and Corporate Banking Events Team, Benefit Cosmetics, Steely Fox and LIGHTBLUE.

Later this afternoon, there will be a specialist session on destinations, with input from key convention bureau managers, while representatives from Sony Mobile, HP and Jack Daniel's will present snapshot case studies, before a Creative Catwalk and an in-depth discussion on the latest consumer tech trends.

At 2pm the case study session will also be streamed online.

More:

Maria Kempinska to chair Event 360

BMW, Barclays and HP comfirmed for Event 360

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