COI, Tesco & Google among speakers at C&IT's conference

Event to take place in London on 8 September

Top brands including COI, Tesco & Google have lined up to speak at C&IT's next conference.

Taking place on 8 September at The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, the event focuses on the battle to prove the value of events in  in a budget-cut climate.

From strategy to suppliers and content to costs, top events professionals from Tesco, John Lewis, COI, London Fire Brigade, Cancer Research UK and Google will be demonstrating how you can negotiate and deliver innovative, exciting events in today's cost-focused business environment.

Says conference chairman Simon Hughes, Director of Live Events, COI "Turbulent times present both challenges and opportunities.  This will be a great chance both to share good ideas and great thinking that will help you survive the challenges and make the most of the opportunities."

To register to attend visit www.eventsconference.com for the early-bird rate before 16 July.
For sponsorship opportunties contact Anne-Marie Sheedy on +44 (0)20 8267 4002 or email anne-marie.sheedy@haymarket.com

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