Simon Burton kicks off ISESPowerhours series

This morning, 28 March, sees the re-launch of the International Special Events Society (ISES) UK Chapter’s educational series, ISESPowerhours.
Taking place over three consecutive Fridays at London’s Church House Conference Centre, the breakfast meetings will offer an in-depth look at selected industry issues from social media to writing award entries.
Simon Burton (pictured) from Exposure Communications kicks-off the event with an open workshop looking at how best to use social media in conjunction with your events, as well as discussing how it has changed the way we market and engage with communities.
Upcoming editions of ISESPowerhours include guest speakers Gareth Dimelow from George P Johnson (4 April) and Michelle Tayton at Eventive Communications (11 April) who will deliver headline talks on ‘Inspiring use of technology in events’ and ‘How to write award winning event submissions’, respectively.
Terence Corness, Director of Education, ISES UK, says: “We’ve worked hard to create a series of educational sessions that deliver our members, and industry professionals, with practical inside knowledge of issues affecting the events sector. ISESPowerhours is a great educational initiative that allows us to showcase and develop high quality minds working in our industry, and offers the chance for a bit of networking too.”
The sessions will allow up to 20 delegates to learn first-hand tips from leading industry players. Each workshop runs from 8.30am to 10am and includes breakfast.
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Paul Colston

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