EIBTM lines up strong seminar sessions

C&I show's education programme takes in subjects and personalities from across the industry spectrum

Fira Gran Via, Barcelona
Fira Gran Via, Barcelona

Trade show EIBTM has said it has lined up its strongest seminar line-up yet ahead of the December event, with speakers confirmed from across the C&I sector.
Topics covered include ‘Career Strategies in a Changing Workplace' by Ovation managing director Padraic Gilligan and ‘The Living Brand - Taking your MICE Team from Employee to Brand Champion' by Dale Smith of Bridge Training Events.
Seminars take place across all the three days of the show, which runs from 2-4 December at the Fira Gran Via, Barcelona.
Commenting on the programme, EIBTM exhibition director Mandy Torrens said: "EIBTM is committed to providing the industry with a comprehensive and varied, free educational programme. Continuing professional development is key to the progression of such a dynamic industry and EIBTM will remain at the forefront of tackling issues that impact on all within the sector."

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