Eventia’s winter networking at Abbey Road

Events industry association Eventia and the Canadian Tourism Commission (CTC), held a winter networking
evening at Abbey Road Studios recently.

The event commenced with an Eventia ‘How To’ session on
exhibiting and converting leads lead by International Confex and Write Style
Communications. 

Guests were invited to ‘sing for their supper’ and in
groups, led by an experienced vocal coach and producer, participated in singing
and recording ‘With a little help from my friends’ in the very studio where it
was originally recorded by the Beatles. Guests were photographed on a
green-screen background to re-create the famous Abbey Road album
cover and will receive their own copy of the collaborative
CD.

Eventia’s Vice Chair and CEO of experiential marketing
agency TRO, Rob Allen, said: “A combination of good education with an
opportunity for the industry to come together is always motivating as is the
opportunity to network and have really great fun
too.”

CTC’s Director of International Meetings and Incentives,
Susan Frei, said: “We are delighted to be marketing partners with Eventia, it’s
a great organisation to be involved with. Abbey Road Studios was a perfect venue
choice for us, having welcomed so many international artists, including many of
our own Canadian artists, for example, Bryan Adams, Shania Twain and Michael
Bublé. This has been a great platform for us to meet with leaders of the
industry and to share with them some true Canadian
hospitality.”

Any event-related news? Email: vcarley@mashmedia.net

Paul Colston

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Paul Colston

Managing Editor, Conference News & Conference & Meetings World.

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