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EVCOMference programme nears completion as first speakers are announced

EVCOMference 2015 is gearing up for two-days of exciting and focused content, exploring The Art and Science of Effective Communication and Engagement, as a host of speakers and workshops confirm.
David Parrish, a renowned creative industries business adviser, trainer, consultant and author will open EVCOMference on 2 July, 2015 at the ACC Liverpool. His inspiring and thought-provoking keynote will set the scene and discuss how to achieve quantifiable results from investment in communication and engagement.

A qualified marketing professional, David helps businesses become even more successful by combining creative passion with rational strategies, imaginatively blending art and science, an approach he advocates in devising effective communication strategies.  

Drawing on his personal story of entrepreneurship, his academic learning and his clients’ successes, David will share his insights, illustrations and techniques.  

EVCOM is further delighted to announce that Vicky Bullen, Chief Executive of Coley Porter Bell will also be taking to the stage in Liverpool to share her expertise on how we can leverage the learnings of neuroscience to create ever-more powerful brand solutions.  

Vicky, who also sits on the Ogilvy UK Group Board, leads work for many of the world’s largest brand owners, including Unilever, Nestle and Pernod Ricard, delivering brand strategy.  

Marco Forgione, Chief Executive of EVCOM said: “I am thrilled that we’re able to announce such prestigious and hard-hitting experts as our first two speakers for EVCOMference in Liverpool. The programme is almost complete so we’ll be announcing more content over the coming weeks. In the meantime, I urge everyone to book their places for what promises to be an extremely interesting conference and an excellent member networking opportunity.”  

EVCOMference kicks-off on the evening of 1 July with an informal reception. It will then provide two days of keynote talks, participatory workshops and thought-leadership at the ACC Liverpool, on the banks of the Mersey.

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