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EventLAB confirms 2019 venue

EventLAB 2019 will take place at the Business Design Centre, Islington, London on the 14-15 October, organisers Hire Space has announced.

Head of EventLAB, Felicity Cator, commented: “The Business Design Centre is iconic, from its glass-fronted architecture to the well-known events held there. We’ve worked closely with the events team for some time now and their forward-thinking approach to projects and business is really exciting. We’re proud to be bringing EventLAB 2019 to life with them.”

Lowri Jones, conference executive at the Business Design Centre added: “Hire Space has become a strong partner organisation of the BDC over the last 18-months and after attending EventLAB in 2018, we are proud to play host to the 2019 edition. It will be great working alongside the team and bringing their creativity to life as well as welcoming the wider industry to the venue later this year in October.”

EventLAB 2018 brought together more than 800 event professionals alongside some of the biggest names in the industry to discuss the issues that are shaping the modern events world, chaired by Kevin Jackson. Highlights included, Victoria Archbold, director of events and sponsorship at Hearst UK discussing the importance of brand values; Kelvin Newman, founder of Brighton SEO, lifting the lid on how to sell out your event in minutes; and Dr Maya Dillon, AI Lead at Microsoft and journalist Charles Arthur holding a myth-busting session on AI.

EventLAB is a multi-channel platform designed to help professionals learn, develop, get connected, and discover what’s new in the world of events, through a series of educational and networking events throughout the year, including the flagship two-day event, EventLAB 2019. The events are supported by educational videos, content and discussions with industry thought-leaders such as Bruce Daisley, Twitter VP EMEA and Alex Head, founder of Social Pantry, on the EventLAB Podcast.

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