Events industry to hold E-20 summit in London

20 events industry leaders will meet at G-20 style meeting this month

Watts: Events industry to hold E-20 summit in London
Watts: Events industry to hold E-20 summit in London

The events industry is planning to hold its take on the G-20 - the E-20, scheduled for 21 May at the Natural History Museum.

An initiative of the Natural History Museum, the E-20 will gather 20 London-based events leaders to discuss the current state of the industry and the key issues affecting the market.

Natural History Museum head of events and catering and London E-20 Summit chair
Zoë Watts said: "I'm really excited about the E-20; this is the first time that I can recall such an impressive group of industry figures in one room, discussing the issues that affect us all."

The E-20 consists of:


Adam Sternberg - Sternberg Clarke
Charles Beer - The Crown Group
David Sharpe  - The London Eye / Merlin Entertainments Group
Graham Jones - Jones Hire  
Izania Downie - Eventia
Johnny Roxburgh - Admirable Crichton  
Julian Pullan - Jack Morton
Kate Disley - CMPI
Kim Mhaye - George P. Johnson
Lisa Hatswell - Unique Venues of London   
Mark Beaver - Event Concept
Nathan Homan - The Rouge Partnership  
Philip Atkins - Off to Work
Philip Hughes - The Ice Box
Pieter-Bas Jacobse - Rhubarb
Richard Foulkes - Imagination
Richard Groves - Concerto Group  
Tim Etchells - Single Market Events
Zanine Adams - Visit London / ISES
Zoë Watts - Natural History Museum

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