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September 28, 2022 - September 30, 2022
Convening EMEA will explore the future trends and how they will impact our organisations.
Delve deeper into ideas and share lessons from failures and successes in a peer-to-peer environment.
With insights from the community to inform our action plan, we build new relationships to drive our business forward and create the tools needed to thrive tomorrow
Discover the latest educational sessions developed around the three key pillars:
Future – Understanding future trends and how they will impact you, your organisation, and your industry.
Engagement – Explore the changing behaviours of your internal and external stakeholders to understand and allow you to develop and evolve your relevancy.
Planning – A journey through the industry’s learnings with a solution-focused approach to plan, develop, measure, and strengthen your future.
Register at: https://www.pcma.org/convening-emea/
Get a 10% discount as an IAPCO member on registration. Insert promo code CEIAP3C22 at checkout.
Hosted Planner Group
You can apply to be a member of a hosted planner group at Convening EMEA. You will have the opportunity to network with a small (5-10) group of business event professionals while building a relationship with a PCMA Partner.
More info at the registration link above.
Click on the link for the full agenda – https://www.pcma.org/convening-emea/agenda/
Watch a short video of Ori and Sissi giving a sneak peek of their session.
Since the pandemic, congress management lead times have shortened, and attendee engagement has radically changed. As meetings industry professionals, we therefore need to reconsider our own practices and the way we manage risks and budgets.
Join us for a strategic and practical session where you will hear first-hand case studies and recommendations on hybrid budgeting as well as tips on managing client expectations during these uncertain times.
- Hear examples of how lead-times have changed
- Learn new risk module strategies
- Gain practical ideas on hybrid event budgeting