In Pictures: Creative Edge summit, Brighton

More than 60 event planners gathered yesterday (21 September) for the inaugural Creative Edge summit, hosted by C&IT and sister title, Event Magazine.

The inaugural Creative Edge summit
The inaugural Creative Edge summit

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Held at The Grand Hotel in Brighton, the session opened with a speech from Will Butler Adams from Brompton Bicycles, on the importance of branding in events.

Event planners also interacted with a session on technology, where Phillip Maggs, creative technology director at BrandFuel discussed the importance of considering ROI when investing in digital products.

After lunch, delegates will get involved in more content sessions, with speakers including Gawain Owen, digital lead at Nestle, Bexy Cameron, head of insights at Amplify and Clare Moses, head of events, Personal and Corporate Banking at Barclays PLC.

Over the course of the one-day event, delegates will have the opportunity to meet with a range of suppliers in one-to-one meetings, from venues and destinations to tech companies and caterers.

The evening will be capped off with a night of drinks, dinner, entertainment and networking.

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