AEO Conference 2016

13-Sep-16by Annie Byrne

This year’s AEO Conference attracted more than 200 of the industry’s finest, who took part in interactive sessions, drinks, networking and educational talks.

 

Held at the Grand Hotel, Brighton on 8-9 September, keynotes and panel debates all spoke about the changing landscape of events, millennials and ‘understanding what makes events cool for the next generation’.

 

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