March Events for #EventProfs


February is drawing to a close, and we’re all starting to feel that sense of anticipation of actually seeing daylight before and after work. Yup, spring is in the air. Looking for some fun in the March sun #EventProfs? Here’s our rundown of the best events for #EventProfs over the next few weeks.

ILMC 32 (March 3-6)
Royal Garden Hotel, London
One for #EventProfs working with live music. 1,200 attendees will head on down to this gamified conference that caters to an international crowd. As well as the main conference with talks, networking and key speakers, there’s also an associated Futures Forum, in which industry leaders talk about what they expect to see for the future of the live music entertainment.

DMX Dublin (March 5)
Aviva Stadium, Dublin
Ireland’s largest marketing event and a great place to learn more about the latest industry trends. There will be over 800 marketing professionals attending and 30 speakers. The conference covers all areas of marketing from digital and design to media.

The Special Event/ Catersource (March 9-12)
Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, California, USA
The Special Event and Catersource have joined forces and co-located for 2020, bringing together meeting and event professionals and catering industry insiders. It’s 3 packed days of tradeshow, conference, showcases and the kind of glamorous presentations and entertainment you would expect from Las Vegas. 

Certificate in Wedding Planning (March 9-13)
Training in Venues at ExCel, London
Want to learn more about working as a wedding planner? This event is a 5-day course which looks at all aspects of the job, from working conditions and ethics in the industry to the latest trends and inspiration. It’s a great place to start if you’re wanting to learn more.

Wearable Technology Show (March 10-11)
Business Design Centre, Upper Street, London
The seventh year of the Wearable Technology Show is a huge showcase for wearables, IOT and smart devices. If you’re interested in the latest tech for your exhibition or conference, this is a great place to start. There will be 200 speakers, 5,000 delegates and plenty of tech pros to explain how it all works and how it could boost your next event.

Design Thinking and Innovation Week (March 16)
Multiple Venues, London
Need a little inspiration? This event for #EventProfs provides a platform for some of London’s most original businesses, designers and creative entrepreneurs. Look out for some unusual event entertainment or design ideas, and get feedback on your latest project from some of the capital’s most original thinkers and makers.

National Volunteering Conference (March 18-20)
Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre, Australia
Running a team of volunteers at your next event? Get some great tips on how to create a great working environment and manage your volunteers effectively at this international conference.

EVENTIT 2020 (March 19)
Edinburgh International Conference Centre
The Scottish Events Show is back for it’s 5th annual gathering. Meetings and events professionals from across Scotland and beyond will gather together to find out what’s new in the industry. This year, the event has a larger education element than in previous years, with more than 40 workshops and 5 workstreams. There’s also an exhibition of top suppliers and plenty of time for networking too.

Tourism and Travel Show 2020 (March 25-26)
NEC Birmingham
If you work with or around travel, you’ll be familiar with this event. It’s a huge gathering of suppliers, itinerary designers and travel experts who know the UKs venues and locations like the back of their hand. Perfect if you’re planning an event with an international audience. Best of all, it’s free to attend.

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