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Last chance to register for Chelsea’s ReConnect Event

It is the last chance for delegates to register for ‘ReConnect – Power of People’ the hybrid event organised by Chelsea Football Club’s event business that is bringing the industry together before it takes place on 25 May.

The event will feature live panel discussions chaired by Conference News editor Martin Fullard. Panellists will include representatives from some of the sector’s leading organisations including Hire Space, Delegate Wranglers, Story Events Ltd, London & Partners, Smyle, and more. Delegates will also be able to get involved in the debates whether they are attending in person or online.

ReConnect’s first panel discussion ‘One Industry, One Voice #WeCreateExperiences’ will help drive the One Industry One Voice campaign, the coalition of event industry campaigns, associations, and businesses that have come together to ensure a strong alignment for more effective communication, championing awareness and financial support for the events industry. The panel discussion will cover how this in the industry can celebrate live events, and adapt, innovate and collaborate to run successful events as the world reopens. 

This will be followed by a discussion on how hybrid events should be designed to simultaneously deliver across both live and digital models. The final session will focus on tackling event anxiety, and how those in the industry can help overcome fears people may still harbour about travelling to or attending large events.

Simon Hunter, head of venue and development at Chelsea Football Club, said: “As a conference venue, we want to do everything we can to help the industry emerge cleaner, greener, more collaborative, and more innovative from Covid-19. We believe the power of all of us working together in our sector to achieve the same positive objectives, will ensure it comes back stronger, ready to face challenges and eager to flourish. Tomorrow, ReConnect will gather industry leaders to discuss our future together and experience a new hybrid event format. All of us reconnecting to debate the issues that really matter to our sector now will help bring it back to life and benefit the UK economy.”

The live element of ReConnect is now full, but attendees can join digitally. To register to attend, click here.