Further C&IT Association Forum details announced

C&IT Association Forum delegates will be able to hear from Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI) and Ashridge Associates during the two day event, taking place in Brighton from 24-25 April.

The Grand, Brighton
The Grand, Brighton

Day one of the forum will feature a presentation by Alex Xavier, head of events, CISI on 'Going for growth: finding new audiences for your annual conference', followed by Theodore Spyrou, associate director, Ashridge Associates presenting on 'Developing winning sponsorship models'.

The C&IT Association Forum, which will take place from 24-25 April at The Grand Brighton, is open to in-house association event planners and PCOs, and provides the opportunity to network with peers, share best practice, attend educational sessions and meet on a one-to-one basis with a number of top industry suppliers. Register for your place now.

The second day will open with a panel discussion on event technology, and whether it is a help or hindrance to events, with Agnes Gomori head of events at the Urban Land Institue and Nicola Rossetti, VP european markets, etouches leading the discussion.

In the afternoon,The Incorporated Society of Musicians’ (ISM) will showcase a case study from its hugely successful event, 'Make Music Work', which brought together an audience of around 300 performers and composers.

Delegates will also be able to enjoy a flight on the new British Airways i360 on the Brighton seafront on Monday evening, as well as an icebreaker session facilitated by Wildgoose Events and a final gala dinner.

The event is open to senior association event planners, and provides the opportunity to network with peers and share best practice, attend educational sessions and meet on a one-to-one basis with a number of top industry suppliers.

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C&IT Association Forum to take place at The Grand, Brighton

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