No one likes May. June was Ok. July will be great!
There are plenty of opportunities to get out and about this month at these fantastic events for event professionals. Have we missed something? Let us know @NoodleLive.
EventPlannersTalk (July 3, 10, 17, 24)
No need to leave the sofa for this digital event. Simply log in to Twitter any Monday evening and connect with other #EventProfs from the comfort of your own computer. Connect using the tag #EventPlannersTalk.
#EWLHour (July 5,12, 19, 26)
Another digital check-in that can be accessed from anywhere, this time from the networking experts over at EWL. There’s a new topic every week and everyone is welcome to join. This is a great opportunity to ask questions, meet fellow #EventProfs and hear from industry experts.
EWL Coffee Morning – Using Music to Build Content (July 6)
etcVenues North Folgate
Guest host Sam McNeil, General Manager of Song Division, hosts this monthly campfire networking session designed to facilitate networking and peer to peer knowledge sharing.
ICE Awards (July 6)
This prestigious award ceremony is not in it’s 3rd year. The best in-house corporate event planners will be honoured and there will be plenty of time for networking too.
Major Events in France (July 6)
The Hoxton, Shoreditch
Find out more about the French event industry and listen to an expert industry panel as they discuss the wave of mega-events that have been drawn to Paris and other French cities.
Chandos House Open Day (July 7)
Chandos House, Marylebone
A chance to look behind the scenes at this beautiful Georgian Grade I listed venue and enjoy a glass of Prosecco. The event is open to all #EventProfs.
EventProfs Network: The Brexit Effect (July 11)
What does leaving the EU mean for #EventProfs? That’s the question on the table at this month’s roundtable discussion. Join event organisers, technology innovators and event journalists as they try to find an answer.
BNC Event Show (July 12)
Central Hall, Westminster
The BNC event show has to be one of our favourite events for event professionals. The bi-annual BNC event show offers a chance to meet some awesome #EventProfs, find out about new suppliers and attend some top-notch seminars. Not to be missed!
Citizen Event (July 28)
Scarlet’s Bar, St Martin’s Lane
Citizen Event takes place on the last Friday of the month and is a relaxed and friendly networking event for event professionals. No presentations or speakers, just time to chat and get to know more people from the industry.
Event Tech Talks: How Can We Engage Attendees Further (July 25)
1 Wimpole Street
The brilliant Event Industry News bring you their latest live panel discussion. This month they’ll be looking at ways to engage your delegates using tech.
What have we missed? If you know of any more great events for event professionals, let us know! We’re happy to add in extra dates. We can also talk to you about great event tech too – if you’re interested.