Roll up, roll up, prizes and CPD points to be won at Confex

The first 1,000 visitors each day at International Confex, to be held at Olympia London next week (12-13 March), will be entered into a prize draw to win one of a host of prizes including a spa day for two, a hotel weekend break, a dinner for two at The Shard or theatre tickets*.

And if you have any creative ideas the organisers want to hear them and you could be in with a chance of winning a £1,000 cash prize. Tell us your most innovative idea for improving Confex 2015, and the idea that is implemented will win the person who puts it forward £1,000 cash*.

Event Director Donna Bushell says features to see and things to do at Confex this year include:

  • Over 300 exhibitors showcasing venues, destinations, new technologies and event support services
  •  Leading ladies delivering the keynotes, including Karren Brady, CBE, Vice-Chairman of West Ham United FC and Kanya King, MBE, Founder and CEO of the MOBO Awards
  • Opportunity to Tweet your way to the top of our social medialeaderboard
  • ‘Confexionary’: get there early to get your free Confex chocolate
  • Imagineering Tours: what lies ahead for the industry?
  • Conference Question Time, a special technology edition
  • University Conference Challenge – student event management teams compete in a quiz on event management

Free to enter competitions with top prizes at the show include:

  • A supercar and hotel weekend, tweet #ConfexPrize to enter and visit stand K50
  • F1 simulator experience, try for the fastest time on stand B99
  • AIM Trail – take part and be in with a chance to win a host of prizes. Get your entry card at the AIM Pavilion
  • Ski blizzard challenge: Are you the next downhill champion? Find out on stand L80
  • Velopark challenge: Can you beat Sir Chris Hoy’s lap time? Have a go on stand K58
  • Confex World Cup shoot-out. Win a mascot package for West Ham United FC , stand A70 Global Games Sports.

For more information visit the Confex website.

The International Confex Educational Programme now qualifies for CPD learning points. This accreditation means that attending seminars hosted in all theatres counts towards delegates’ Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points.

Click here to register free for the show (instant prize winner every two hours drawn from those registering):

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Paul Colston


Paul Colston

Managing Editor, Conference News & Conference & Meetings World.

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