The Exhibition Think Tank (ETT) Club has three key events upcoming designed for exhibition professionals to improve their knowledge and to network.
The first is at 4pm, London Time, 3 November, and is a panel discussion entitled, ‘First tradeshows have happened – what lessons have we learned?’
With the first large-scale exhibitions post the onset of coronavirus already taking place, we have seen organising teams preparing their shows well with new hygiene procedures and set ups designed to keep exhibitors and visitors safe. This has been combined with providing a platform to their industries in these times of pandemic. The ETT Club international panel will discuss the lessons learned and pinpoint what has worked and what can be improved.
- Michael Degen, Executive director, Messe Düsseldorf, Germany.
- Tommaso Cancellara, CEO, MICAM Milano, Italy.
- Michael Kruppe, CEO, GM SNIEC, China.
On 12 November, the second in the ETT Club series of events is, ‘Netucation – Hybrid Sales Strategies’. In this micro education session, ETT will share some insights about hybrid sales strategies which will be followed by a short breakout group session and a final group discussion.
The micro education session is designed for a quick knowledge transfer combined with a networking platform. Participants will acquire new insights into hybrid events and discuss them with other course participants. This one-hour session is exclusively dedicated to Gold Members, but some guest seats are also available for Basic Members of the ETT Club.
There are two separate event times, 08:00 or 16:00 (London Time) on 12 November 2020.
Third up, on 3 December, is the ‘ETT Club Onboarding Webinar’, which offers a great opportunity to hear what the Exhibition Think Tank can offer and how it works.
Discover the world of ETT ‘sprints’ and learn how to get involved in the innovation and collaboration journey to build a better future for our industry. Again, there are two separate event times, 08:00 or 16:00 on 3 December 2020.
All three ETT Club sessions are free to attend, although any resulting event reports will only be available to ETT Club Members (Gold, Company).
For information on how to become a member and get more information click here.