C&IT's two-day Association Forum, which took place on 24-25 April, was chaired by broadcaster and journalist Clemency Burton-Hill, with delegates from a wide range of assocations in attendance, including Assocation of Applied Biographylogists, European Tourism Association, ILEA UK, One Young World and The Fire Protection Association.
Across the two days, attendees gathered for a series of presentations and panel sessions, including developing winning sponsorship models, the future of social media and the value of using event technology.
On Monday night Sternberg Clarke and sister company Trevor George Entertainment hosted simultaneous events in London and Manchester showcasing their portfolio or performers and entertainers to venue managers and corporate event planners.
The events took place at The Ivy in London and Manchester’s The Lowry Hotel. The Manchester audience was treated to foot juggler Ulrike, ‘genetically modified’ string quartet String Fever and magician Paul Cooke. While the action was ensuing the London crowd were enjoying performances from male singers EMBER, a capella female vocal quartet LIPS and Britain’s got Talent winners Collabro.
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