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Lime Venue Portfolio launches future-focused 'Beyond' conference

Lime Venue Portfolio has today announced the launch of a new conference that will look to the future of event design, event management and creative business. 


Taking place on Friday 19 October at Edgbaston Stadium, ‘Beyond’ is open to agencies and event booking professionals across the UK and will include a Q&A with Holly Tucker, Co-Founder of Not On The High Street.


The event will be the first of a new series that Lime Venue Portfolio will be creating, both for its own portfolio of venues and its many customers around the UK. 


The conference will address what the event of the future will look like and feature speakers including Ru Barksfield, founder, Big Bear X; Lex Butler, founder, Wolf & White; El Clowes, project manager, Unicorn Events; Caleb Parker, CEO & co-founder, Bold; and Andrew Walker, executive chef for Chartwells, part of Compass Group UK & Ireland.


The day will also see an opening by Jo Austin, director of sales, Lime Venue Portfolio, who will reflect on the development of the unique and unusual sector over the last 10 years, and what the business is expecting from the industry in the future. Jason Allan Scott, entrepreneur, author and founder of ‘The Guest List’ podcast, will guide attendees through the conference as MC and interview Holly Tucker on her take on ‘Beyond’ and the future of creative business.


The conference concludes Lime Venue Portfolio’s 10th Anniversary celebrations and follows a series of charity initiatives, celebrations and events the brand has been sharing with its customers.


Jenner Carter, head of marketing at Lime Venue Portfolio, said: “We’ve got an amazing line up of speakers taking part in our first ‘Beyond’, all of whom are able to look at the subject matter as both event professionals and business leaders. It’s a fitting way for Lime Venue Portfolio to celebrate 10 years of success in the event industry, by looking at what the next 10 plus years will look like for us all.”