Brand Book Live: Virtual and digital technology on the rise in telecoms events

Register for C&IT's Brand Book Live event on 30 June

Brand Book Live: 30 June
Brand Book Live: 30 June

The growing use of virtual and digital technology in telecoms events and its compatibility with face-to-face meetings is a hot topic in the sector. The convergence of IT and telecoms technology is also creating increasingly complex business messages that may be a challenge for telecoms events planners to convey to audiences in coming months and years. These are among the topics that will be debated at C&IT's Brand Book Live event on 30 June.

St Martins Lane London will host both corporate and agency event planners specialising in the telecoms sector to debate the state of the industry.

C&IT's editor, Yasmin Arrigo, said: "Telecoms events budgets are anticipated by some to increase toward the end of next year as companies strive for greater market share. The Brand Book Live event will offer an opportunity for telecoms event planners to discuss this and debate other topics openly as well as share their experiences."

C&IT's first ever Brand Book Live event will include roundtables on the automotive, financial, retail, pharmaceutical, telecoms and IT sectors. The roundtables, taking place from 4.45pm, will then be followed by the launch party for C&IT's Brand Book 2009.

To register for the event, contact lindsey.hawkins@haymarket.com

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