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Unique seminar and networking opportunity for event organisers

Jackie Mulligan and Conference Aston room

Stay ‘ahead of the game’ when it comes to your event

Venuemasters, the UK’s leading consortium of academic venues, have announced an autumn event in Birmingham exclusively for event organisers.  
The event is free to attend and will take place on 7 October at Conference Aston, just outside Birmingham city centre. Throughout the day attendees will have the chance to meet and discuss their requirements with seven leading academic venues from across the country, network with like-minded individuals, find out more about the services Venuemasters offer, and hear from one of the industry’s leading figures.

Renowned events industry expert, Jackie Mulligan, will present an update on the emerging issues facing the meetings industry, highlight the latest trends – such as upcoming technology and the use of social media within events – and give her hints and tips on how to stay ‘ahead of the game’ to make an event stand out. This is a unique networking opportunity to discover the wide range of facilities available at venues across the country, and with extensive experience speaking at conferences in the USA and across Europe, Jackie’s inspirational tips are sure to motivate all who attend.  

The day will also allow delegates to have a look around the modern facilities Conference Aston has to offer, explore new opportunities available, and share best-practice and ideas with one another.  

Speaking about the event, Venuemasters’ Marketing Manager Jo Mitchell said: “Academic venues have some of the best event facilities the country has to offer, and this will provide a fantastic opportunity for event organisers to explore in detail some of the best academic venues available, as well as get some expert advice from Jackie Mulligan. At Venuemasters we’re passionate about events, and our aim is to ensure that these fantastic venues are utilised and organisers are given all the information they need to guarantee future event success.”

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