ETT Club launches mentoring programme

The Exhibition Think Tank Club has announced the launch of its  ETT Mentoring Programme. The Club says 16 senior industry professionals have come forward to support the initiative and become ETT mentors. The initiative is now being promoted to professionals in the industry who may be in need of support from senior industry professionals to push their career development.

The Club says: “The ETT Mentoring Programme is our contribution to retain, engage and empower the best people in the exhibition sector.”

The idea is to align mentors with specific needs. Becoming a mentee brings an array of benefits such as access to mentor’s ​expertise; talking about your challenges to someone outside ​the organisation; vital feedback in key areas; learning specific skills and knowledge relevant to personal goals and gaining a sharper focus on what ​is needed to grow ​professionally​ and to network with ​more people​.

The cost of the programme (priced in sterling) is £49 for Gold members of ETT Club or £89 for Basic members and non-members.

ETT Mentors include: (Click here for full profile and bio)

  • Lee Ali, MD Expo Stars
  • Damion Angus, group MD, Montgomery Group
  • Marco Barozzi, founder and director, Expo Consulting
  • Tamar Beck, CEO, Gleanin
  • Alison Church, marketing director, UK & Global, Easyfairs
  • Mark Eddy, Newtork Consultancy Group
  • Stephan Forseilles, group chief technology officer, Easyfairs
  • Paul Grinnall, CEO and principal consultant
  • Wilbert Heijmans, MD  Info Salons Group
  • Sherry Huss, head of community, Freeman
  • Jo-Anne Kelleway, international industry ambassador, Freeman Company
  • Dan Londero, co-founder, Turnkey Event Solutions Pty Ltd
  • Stephan Murtagh, MD The Exhibition Guy
  • Mark Parsons, MD and founder, Events Intelligence
  • Ashley Roberts, general manager, CONNECT
  • Alexandria Robinson, show director, Messe Frankfurt Middle East GmbH/

More details and registration here