Cvent, a market-leading meetings, events, and hospitality technology provider, has finalised the agenda for its hybrid annual customer conference, Cvent CONNECT Europe, taking place 4 - 6 October. The multi-day conference will be hosted as a hybrid event and will offer both in-person and virtual experiences. The in-person event will be hosted at the InterContinental London - The O2, and the Cvent Attendee Hub will power an immersive online experience for those attending remotely. The conference is open to all MICE, hospitality and marketing professionals.
Cvent will also host an in-person experience in Germany on 5 October at the Frankfurt Marriott Hotel offering local attendees the opportunity to view and engage with live sessions streamed from Cvent CONNECT in London. The Frankfurt event will also include localised breakout sessions and networking opportunities with peers and industry experts.
“The MICE and hospitality industries have undergone incredible digital transformation over the last few years, and we’re seeing positive momentum in the return of in-person events around the world. We’ve created a robust agenda and are proud to broaden our reach in Germany as we continue to expand Cvent CONNECT Europe and enhance the attendee experience,” said Cvent SVP & Chief Marketing Officer, Patrick Smith.
“In addition to delivering the latest industry insights, best practices and technology innovation, this year’s conference also champions industry leaders and association groups; creating a dedicated forum to facilitate discussion with the aim to promote greater collaboration across sectors. Conference attendees will leave feeling empowered with the information and tools they need to fuel their future event success.”
The three-day conference agenda is designed to help industry professionals master the evolving events landscape and includes more than 45 breakout sessions, learning opportunities and networking events. Part of the new 2022 programme is an invitation-only Leadership Summit and the Cvent Excellence Awards. Other highlights of the sessions include, for example, “Shaping the Future of Event Technology”, which uncovers the latest event tech trends and what is on the way, and “CVBs and MICE Business: Destinations’ Role in the Recovery.” In this session, attendees will hear from CVBs about their MICE strategies and tactics, as CVBs are important players in attracting MICE business and delivering outstanding in-person event experiences in their destinations.
To register or to learn more, please visit the Cvent CONNECT Europe website.