Conference House has launched its online registration and
seminar programme for its new exhibition, nfp events, which will target the
charity and association events sector.
The show – which takes place at the Business Design Centre
on 25 September – will feature seminars such as ‘Risk Free Challenge Events’, led by Simon Albert from Charity Challenge, and ‘Technologies Affecting Attendee Behaviour’,
with David Preston from Event Network.
Online registration company amiando and
audio-visual firm Smart AV have been
confirmed as sponsors of the show, which aims to attract around 400 visitors in
its first year. Delegates will also benefit from the opportunity to attend
sister event nfp technology, which will run concurrently on the same day.
Exhibition director Michael Webb said: “As other funding
streams slow down events are becoming more important to charities and
associations since they help to plug income and maintain donor and member
“But not for profit events are highly competitive and
managing them efficiently can be a real challenge. nfp events is a chance for
events professionals to stay on top of trends in the sector, get the best deals
from suppliers and explore all that's new and innovative in their industry.”