L'Oréal, B&Q, Clarks and Google to speak at Corporate Forum 2016

Speakers from L'Oréal, Clarks, AstraZeneca, Hyundai, B&Q, Barclays and Google are to share their expertise at C&IT's Corporate Forum on 25 to 26 February 2016.

Sarah Lawrence from B&Q to speak at Corporate Forum
Sarah Lawrence from B&Q to speak at Corporate Forum

The forum, which takes place at The Grand Brighton next month, provides the opportunity for senior corporate buyers and in-house professional organisers of B2B events to share best practice and discuss key industry trends.

The C&IT Corporate Forum speaker list includes Amy Brown, head of events EMEA at Google; Alison Williams, head of events at L'Oréal; Lucy Hagen, group conference & events manager at C&J Clarks International; Emma Stoker, assistant vice president at PCB Events, Barclays; Sarah Lawrence, business events expert at B&Q, Kristen Waddell, global events director at AstraZeneca and Kate Conway, events and dealer marketing manager at Hyundai Motor.

In addition to a series of panel sessions, delegates can take part in workshops and meetings with industry suppliers on a one-to-one basis and enjoy informal networking with peers, as well as a dinner. There will also be several content sessions with panel discussions and interviews on topics including:

  • Reinventing your annual conference
  • Producing award-winning events 
  • Quick-fire case studies: Top success stories from the C&IT Awards winners 2015
  • On-stage interview - what does it really mean to be creative?

To view the full C&IT Corporate Forum 2016 agenda and book your place, click here

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