Staff Reporters
Jul 30, 2013

CEI to host event planning forum in China

This year’s CEI North Asia Forum on 9 and 10 September at the Fairmont Yancheng Lake in Kunshan will provide networking opportunities, workshops and teambuilding exercises for event organisers and corporate buyers.

The forum, hosted by Campaign Asia-Pacific sister publication CEI, will include workshops, teambuilding activities and one-on-one meetings, coupled with plenty of networking opportunities during the welcome cocktails and dinner on the first day.

There will also be a session from Rob Vass, managing director of Spi, on Developing the perfect agenda’.

Spi is a training organisation specialising in event production, and Vass will advise delegates on achieving good ROI from events...

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