Confex’s PCMA education confirms Nike, IBM, Thomson Reuters and Cisco

The Professional Convention Management Association (PCMA) has recruited the help of representatives from companies including Nike, IBM, Thomson Reuters and Cisco Systems to deliver its International Confex Coporate Educational Programme.
 
The confirmed senior, global meetings and events professionals include: Samantha Coates, Global Head of Events at Thomson Reuters; Klaus Span, Senior Manager of Marketing at Demand Programs and Alliances, IBM; Carolyn Pund, Senior Manager for Global Strategic Meetings Management at Cisco Systems; and Lisa Schelle, Director of Global Meetings and Events at Nike.
 
Supporting these brands will be Sherrif Karamat, the Chief Operating Officer of PCMA; Sue Potton from Sue Potton Associates; and Michael Doyle, Executive Director of The Virtual Edge Institute.
 
The programme will be introduced by Ben Goedegebuure, Sales Director of the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre and International Board Director of PCMA.
 
The dynamic and interactive sessions will include sessions on outsourcing, earning and maintaining a seat at the table, the power of technology and strategic meetings management, as well as a series of forums for an ideas exchange between corporate meeting planners and events buyers.
 
“These are some of the highest profile brands representing global experience that we have ever had in our educational programme, and a fitting standard for our 30th year,” says the Event Director of International Confex, James Samuel. “Our agreement with PCMA was based on their outstanding reputation for education and they are set to deliver a brilliant programme for our corporate visitors.”   
 
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