Porsche's head of driving experience to speak at the C&IT Corporate Forum

A few delegate places are still available for the C&IT Corporate Forum at Chewton Glen on 2 and 3 November.

Chewton Glen: venue for the C&IT Corporate Forum on 2 and 3 November
Chewton Glen: venue for the C&IT Corporate Forum on 2 and 3 November

Porsche head of driving experience James Taylor will be speaking on engaging customers during an economic downturn at the C&IT Corporate Forum next month.

Other confirmed speakers at the forum include Swift head of events Panos Tzivanidis, who will speak on crisis management for events and Shire Pharmaceuticals senior conference manager Jackie Brew, who will discuss why incentive travel is the best reward.

Indesit events manager Jayson Weston will advise on how to deliver the best return on a budget and London Remade marketing events manager Ritu Arora will present on the impact of green events on the bottom line.

There will also be the opportunity to network with delegates including representatives from BMW, AXA and Barclays.

The C&IT Corporate Forum is taking place at Chewton Glen on 2 and 3 November.

A few delegate places - including day delegate places - are still available for the forum. Click here for more details about the C&IT Corporate forum and to register.

 

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