C&IT Corporate Forum call for registration

C&IT magazine is to hold its third annual Corporate Forum at Disneyland Paris Resort from 7-9 November. The event, for around 50 corporate planners follows on from the first Agency Forum held last month in London (See report, p12). As well as being a key networking opportunity, education underpins the event, and there will be a series of seminars taking place across the two days. Keynote speaker from Meeting Professionals International Elling Hamso will give delegates a clearer idea of how they can measure the success of their events, while Richard Lewis from Richard Lewis Communications will guide them through the complexities of organising a successful multicultural meeting. A representative from the MIA will present the findings from its latest survey, looking at trends and spends in the UK conference market. There will also be a workshop session, which will enable delegates to meet around 25 suppliers in one-to-one requested meetings. To register, visit www.client.citforum.co.uk.

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