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The Meetings Show announces ‘MPI Foundation – Cocktails for Charity’ party

The Meetings Show MPI cocktails flyer
The Meetings Show has announced that its annual charity party in partnership with the MPI Foundation will return for the sixth edition of the show.
Taking place on Wednesday 27 June, the all-inclusive networking event ‘Cocktails for Charity’ will be held in the Pillar Hall of Olympia London, following the first day of the show, representing a key part of the show’s networking calendar.


Offering access to a plethora of meetings and events industry professionals, those in attendance will benefit from an exclusive opportunity to network with leading buyers, suppliers and associations.

All proceeds raised will go to the MPI Foundation EMEA, directly benefitting key programmes for both the UK and EMEA chapter programmes, and additionally helping to fund the foundation’s young leader’s development programmes.

Chloe Modaberi, marketing manager for The Meetings Show, said: “We are extremely excited to be working with the MPI Foundation again this year, collaborating on the Cocktails for Charity party to raise vital funds to advance the meeting and event industry. The event will be a fantastic opportunity to network and a great end to the first day of The Meetings Show, enabling attendees to relax after a busy day of face-to-face meetings and innovative education sessions.”

Christine Roberts, executive director of the MPI Foundation, said: “We cannot wait to hold another exceptional event in collaboration with an established and reputable industry show. Our team have been working hard to create an outstanding evening that will help to raise funds for such a worthwhile cause and give back to the meetings industry.”

General admission tickets will be €20 for industry buyers and €35 for suppliers who wish to attend and include canapés and drinks vouchers for cocktails.

Tickets for Cocktails for Charity are available by clicking here.

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