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15
May
2018

15-05-2018 9:45 am - 17-05-2018 4:30 pm
Messe Frankfurt
Messe Frankfurt
Hall 8, Ludwig-Erhard-Anlage 1, 60327 Frankfurt, Germany
IMEX Frankfurt 2018
17
May
2018

17-05-2018 9:00 am -8:00 pm
Tobacco Dock
Tobacco Dock
Wapping Ln, St Katharine's & Wapping, London E1W 2SF
EVCOMference 2018

This year, EVCOMference presents a mini-festival of stories from the front line of business – from thought-leaders, agency-leaders and industry-leaders alike.

 We’ll hear from industry stalwarts and thought leaders about their time in the industry and how they believe client needs and expectations have changed over time.  They have agreed to share their insights with us. 

We’ll hear from clients and commissioners about their changing environments - and demands on budgets - and what they need to see their agencies deliver day in, day out.  They have agreed to imagine for us, their agency of the future.

We’ll hear from growing agencies from across the blended disciplines - content, creative and experience-led - and discover their modus operandi. They have agreed to share their growth stories - and business secrets - with us.

 And, finally, we’ll hear from future thinkers prepared to look and predict into the far future.  They have agreed to show us how creativity – regardless of technology - will always be the ultimate agency USP and how to best to nurture it.

 And of course, we’ll hear from you. With a flexible programme of talks - with storytelling slots for those who would like to grab one - this promises to be our most interactive and sociable conference format to date.

For more information visit http://www.evcomference18.com/

17
May
2018

17-05-2018 9:00 am -11:00 am
Venue TBC
Venue TBC
Bristol
Complimentary
Event Industry GDPR:  The Final Review (London)

The Association of Conferences & Events (ACE) are pleased to be able to offer a complimentary 'Final Review' session to help you tie up any loose ends before the GDPR deadline on May 25th 2018.    Following the success of our 'GDPR - Have you got it right so far?' sessions in London and Birmingham we are pleased to invite back Richard Thomas of Capital Law who will update you on any developments around GDPR and lead a Q&A session giving you the opportunity to ask questions that remain unanswered and provide any final guidance you may need in order to meet the new regulations.

Get your complimentary ticket here.

Registration:  08:45

Main session: 09:00 - 11:00

Tea/Coffee on arrival.

Our Speaker:

Richard Thomas of Capital Law has 20 years’ experience (In House and Private Practice) advising (and training) on all aspects of contentious and non-contentious Employment and Data Protection law in both the public and private sectors. He has significant experience in advising clients on the application of the current Data Protection Act together with the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations (PECR) and the forthcoming GDPR dealing with issues ranging from Data Subject Access Requests from ex-employees to the data rules applying to Direct Marketing activities. He also represents employers on both individual and collective employment law issues including: Employment Tribunal advocacy on behalf of employees and employers across the UK; Major restructures, outsourcing and TUPE (including negotiating and drafting employee handover provisions in commercial agreements); Employee consultation and setting up of Information and Consultation Forums and agreements; Collective bargaining and industrial relations issues including advising on, dealing with and resolving Collective Disputes and Industrial Action via ACAS mediation.

18
May
2018

18-05-2018
Anglia Ruskin University
Anglia Ruskin University
East Rd, Cambridge CB1, UK

A networking event is being planned for the Thursday evening with details to be announced soon. The Hot Topic theme this year will be on the challenge of funding destination management and destination activity - at national and local level. There will be presentations from several destinations who are following diverse but successful models of sustainable core funding, with the opportunity to learn from such practice. We also have speakers from funding organisations such as the Heritage Lottery Fund and examples of innovative funding packages for tourism project development. Woven between this key theme will be presentations on developing a visitor economy "off the beaten track" and on the latest developments in the business tourism sector.

More info at https://www.tmi.org.uk/event/15/tmi-hot-topic-2018-cambridge.htm 

27
Jun
2018

27-06-2018 9:30 am - 28-06-2018 5:30 pm
Olympia London
Olympia London
Hammersmith Road, Kensington London, W14 8UX
The Meetings Show 2018