Staff Writer
Apr 17, 2019

CEI's Event360 in Shanghai – register now

Calling corporate buyers and event planners to register for a free spot!

CEI's Event360 in Shanghai – register now

CEI's annual Event360 is back – in Shanghai this time! The conference on June 26, 2019 will bring a wealth of creative learning, innovative ideas and best-practice from Asia-Pacific and global event specialists. Discover new ways of thinking, opportunities for growth and gain inspiration for developing your event portfolio.

Join Event360Shanghai to benefit from:

  • Inspirational content from local, regional and global speakers
  • Real-world case studies and insight from outside of China
  • Learn, network and develop your professional event network

For the full agenda, see here.

We're calling qualifying corporate buyers and event planners to register for a free spot. To qualify, you need to be working for a travel agency, corporation, brand, association, government organisation or experiential event agency with a budget of over US$100,000 per year. 

If you are qualified to attend, your complimentary registration at the event includes:

  • The full conference programme with coffee & tea breaks and lunch on the day
  • All insightful content at the event provided by relevant experts
  • Unique networking opportunities with industry pioneers and decision makes from leading brands, top agencies and vendors

Limited tickets are available and are strictly released on a first-come, first-served basis. Only 50 tickets remain!


Want to be part of Event360Shanghai? Contact us to find out how your organisation can benefit through speaking and sponsoring.

Speaking opportunities:
Vivian Liu
Conference Producer

Partnership opportunities:
Jessie Choi
Senior Business Development Manager
+852 6110 7808  


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