In Pictures: C&IT Corporate Forum 2016 - part two

See more pictures from C&IT's Corporate Forum, including technology talks from corporate brands and a murder mystery dinner.

C&IT Corporate Forum 2016
C&IT Corporate Forum 2016

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C&IT's Corporate Forum, which saw more than 85 event professionals attend, wound up today after a series of one-to-one meetings and content sessions.

Yesterday afternoon's sessions ended with a talk by head of events EMEA at Google, Amy Brown, on creativity in events. Afterwards, delegates refreshed themselves for evening entertainment including a drinks reception, dinner and a murder mystery to solve, as well as a photobooth. 

Today (26 February), the morning kicked off with an inspiring talk by Zibrant's Fay Sharpe, before delegates headed off into more one-to-one meetings. Later on, a panel including Sarah Lawrence, business events expert at B&Q; Kate Conway, events & dealer marketing manager at Hyundai Motor UK; and Tim Bull, managing director of sales EMEA at etouches, discussed the future of event technology. 

The day was rounded off with a talk by Kate Jackson, CEO and co-founder of Tablecrowd, before delegates headed into lunch. 

Click here for pictures from day one of the C&IT Corporate Forum.

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