C&IT Association Forum: downloads now online

The first part of the sessions from the inaugural C&IT Association Forum – held at Excel London earlier this month – are now available as a free audio download. The package has been created by technology specialist Wile and is available via the following link – C&IT Association Forum 2007 – with new users simply needing to complete a brief registration. The first part of the download focuses on social issues facing the events industry, kicking off with an environmental discussion that formed part of the panel debate which launched the event, which featured Excel’s Vanessa Cotton, Mandy Torrens representing MPI and EIBTM and Mark Roelofsen, head of association specialist Alaska Events. This is followed by MCI director Robin Lokerman’s seminar on CSR and Stephen Duckworth from the Employers Forum on Disability speaking on the Disability Discrimination Act and its impact on the events industry. The sessions can be downloaded and played on PCs, Macs or mobile devices, and the second part of the Association Forum debates, covering subjects such as ROI, budgets, bespoke events and technology, will be available next week.

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