C&IT Agency Forum 2017 heads to Manchester

C&IT is partnering with Manchester Central to bring our flagship annual Agency Forum to Manchester on 2-4 August 2017.

C&IT partners with Manchester Central for Agency Forum 2017
C&IT partners with Manchester Central for Agency Forum 2017

 

This is the first time the three-day event has been held in the north. C&IT acting editor Susie Harwood commented: "We are thrilled to partner with Manchester Central and bring representatives from the UK's top event agencies to this exciting and dynamic city for three days of meetings, activties and networking."

Angie Robinson, CEO of Manchester Central, added: "We’re delighted that C&IT has chosen Manchester Central for the Agency Forum’s first venture into the north of England. Over the years, we’ve developed strong relationships with some of the UK’s leading agencies and following the launch of our agency information portal; we’re keen to further enhance these relationships at the event later this year."

 

The three-day event includes an afternoon activity on the first day, followed by two days of content, pre-arranged one-to-one meetings and networking opportunities, with a grand gala dinner on the second night.
Speakers from leading branding and agencies will be on hand to discuss the key challenges and issues facing the events industry, through a series of huddles and panel sessions.
The event is open to senior event organisers from agencies with significant purchasing responsibility. Find out more information and register for the event.

 

See more from last year's Agency Forum:

C&IT Agency Forum: Four top tips for creating a winning pitch


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