A-Livex, an innovative new hybrid event format, ready to rally event buyers and suppliers at the Royal Lancaster Hotel, London on 20 May, has announced a leading line up of speakers for its three conference sessions.
Set in a Covid-secure environment, the not-for-profit event will demonstrate the sector’s ingenuity and tenacity in these trying times, because all the exhibitor’ booths’ will be the hotel rooms.
National and international event industry A-listers have rallied to the cause to speak at the sessions, which include:
Culture eats strategy for breakfast, 10.30-11.15, where the powerful line-up includes Mash Media CEO Julian Agostini; Nineteen Events CEO Peter Jones; UK Black Business Show CEO and Founder Raphael Sofoluke and CloserStill Media COO Suzanne King. they will discuss how to ensure employees are passionate about your company’s vision, what’s competitive and what’s generous when it comes to benefits, and how leaders can take their teams with them on the next chapter of growth. They will also examine the five workplace disrupters that can kill or make you stronger.
The strategic adjustments needed to accelerate the future of exhibitions, 12.00-12.45, session will involve Tarsus CEO Douglas Emslie; Reed Exhibitions CEO, Hugh Jones, and Montgomery Events MD Lori Hoinkes, who will discuss how we marry digital and live; how we diversify our businesses to be more resilient in future and how we plan for growth. They will also tackle the question of how we can get governments to recognise our industry’s contribution to the economy as platforms for growth.
The role of an industry association in a crisis, 14.00-14.45 is the third session of the day and will see Association of Event Organisers CEO Chris Skeith and Association of Event Venues director Rachel Parker address this main topic and how marketing and data will be even more vital than ever for our businesses in future
A-Livex is brought to you by the organisers of International Confex to support the industry we serve and help generate much-needed business conversations. Attendees have to agree to attend a minimum of 2×30 minute meetings and confirm they accept a £10 non-attendance fee that will go to The Event Well Pledge charity – https://eventwell.org/eventwell-pledge/ when they register. Full programme details here. For details on attending, contact: email@example.com