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Summer EVCOM announces two more keynotes for one-day conference this September

Pauline Ploquin, Chief Operating Office of US-based agency Struck
Summer EVCOM, taking place on Wednesday 17 September at Olympia London, has announced that two more keynote speakers have been added to its exceptional one-day conference programme.
Pauline Ploquin, Chief Operating Office of US-based agency Struck, is flying in from Los Angeles to deliver her thoughts on the ‘Art of Collaboration’. She will draw on a raft of experiences that include being involved in the 2002 Olympic Winter Games creative team.


Dean Van Leeuwen, a founder of the Tomorrow Today UK speaker agency, will then present ‘Mind the Gap’ - a humour-filled look at how to collaborate with different generations and why these generations have such different expectations and approaches to life, leadership, work and relationships.  

Pauline and Dean will join Bobi Carley, Commercial Director, Disneymedia+ UK & Ireland as the three main keynote speakers involved in this year’s conference for event and visual communication professionals.  

In line with the overall conference theme, Bobi Carley will explain how Disney has become a more collaborative media owner and has created cross media opportunities for brand partners to work with the likes of Mickey Mouse, Star Wars, Marvel, Pixar, Disney TV Channels and many more.  

Marco Forgione, Chief Executive of EVCOM said: “By providing three main stage speakers, along with three breakout streams packed with content, EVCOM is delivering fantastic value for money and ensuring a significant return on investment for all delegate places. Summer EVCOM is the perfect opportunity to meet the members of our combined association and participate in what promises to be some truly inspirational sessions.”  

Disney, Struck and Tomorrow Today will head-up a conference programme that’s been designed to maximise delegate participation through discussion groups, workshops and panel sessions combined with plenaries incorporating Q and A. Delegates will also have the chance to experience new technologies, network and witness a few surprises planned for along the way.

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