Overseas Conference of the Year – under 500 Delegates

Criticaleye – Asia Leadership Retreat

CEOs and senior leadership teams operating in Asia face a number of challenges. Many businesses are undergoing rapid growth and divisional leaders of global companies can feel isolated from Group functions and the central leadership team. The Criticaleye Asia Leadership Retreat is now in its fourth year. This event takes place annually in Hong Kong or Singapore and fits within Criticaleye’s overall Retreat series held globally. It is a key date for our Executive Members in Asia – many of whom value the opportunity to connect with so many peers over 30-hours at one event.


Elsevier – Cell Symposium: Translational Immunometabolism

Doubling the attendance at a prestigious conference while retaining the core elements is a difficult feat to achieve. Cell Symposium: Translational Immunometabolism managed just that, increasing delgates from 230 to 426, achieving gender parity and increasing the delegate feed back scores by careful focus on our value proposition, our choice of partners, and by introducing practical measures to enhance interaction and enable attendance from under-represented groups. The event, supported by 9 highly prestigious journals received extraordinary feedback from speakers, sponsors, and delegates alike, while beating all financial and engagement targets.


Evenco International – Evenco International Fund Forum – Madrid

The Evenco International Fund Forum on the 14th June at the Westin Palace, Madrid. A gathering of influential fund selectors and international fund managers to discuss the latest in investment thinking across all asset classes. A meeting for the most talented in portfolio construction and asset allocation – an event that engages with its audience to align the interests of its attendees with those of its sponsors.


Fleming. – Smart Workspace Design Summit

The Smart Workspace Design Summit is an experience-based event bringing together those who strive for better workspaces. This is where people, place and technology come together to start building the human-centric office of the future, today…


William Reed Business Media – Probiota

In its second year, The FoodNavigator-USA FOOD FOR KIDS Summit is truly inspiring and brings together an incredible level of engagement from stakeholders from right across the food supply chain.

Our consumer panel during the inaugural summit in 2018 was a big hit, followed by our trailblazers segment, which celebrated three emerging brands developing food for kids, while the next two days provided a thought-provoking mix of science, consumer insight, food consumption data (what are kids actually eating?), and expert advice on formulation, branding and marketing.

In our 2019 summit, we’ve taken on board feedback from the FOOD FOR KIDS community and will be adding new features and sessions that drill further into how established brands can tap into current trends when developing products for children, plus we’ll be adding retailer perspectives, more interactive sessions and a deeper look at kids’ palates.

This is just the beginning of a conversation about what we are feeding our kids and we can’t wait to work with everyone in the FOOD FOR KIDS community, from large and small brands to nutritionists, retailers, paediatricians, dietitians, health advocates, schools, and foodservice providers – to make this event even better in November 2019.


Green Power – ANDREC WEEK

ANDREC Week is the 3rd annual clean energy congress for the beautiful country of Colombia and the event grew significantly (35%) in 2018. the team added more features varying from an industrial energy stream, a site visit/walk through the Botanical gardens, magic show, drinks reception, VIP dinner and succeeded in firmly cementing the brand as a very high quality senior event. Attendees and sponsors were all delighted and impressed with the event.

‘The Colombian market is skyrocketing. We always get a lot out of ANDREC, you’re doing a great thing here in Colombia. I suggest everyone to come to this event…we’re waiting for you!’
Carlos Abad, Head of LatAm, CHINT Power


Infopro Digital – Risk USA

Risk USA 2018 – the premier North American event for risk management and risk transfer professionals in the financial services sector – was the 24th annual gathering presented by the Risk.net event and editorial teams.

Curated and developed with research calls and meetings involving over 80 industry leading experts at the forefront of their fields and steered by our objective market-experts in the Risk.net editorial team, Risk USA 2018 offered unrivalled content for risk professionals during a period of uncertainty.

From thought leadership in market, credit, liquidity and investment risk management to portfolio management and quantitative finance, Risk USA 2018 unpicked the industry trends, identified the latest opportunities and threats presented by new technology and advances in data, and created a holistic picture of the emerging future for the professionals in risk management and risk transfer.

Risk USA has become the must-attend 2 day meeting for senior risk experts thanks to its status as an unbeatable learning platform. It is also a leading product in the Risk Events portfolio, achieving more than 42% growth in 2018 vs 2017.


William Reed Business Media – FoodNavigator USA Summit, Food For Kids 

In its second year, The FoodNavigator-USA FOOD FOR KIDS Summit is truly inspiring and brings together an incredible level of engagement from stakeholders from right across the food supply chain.

Our consumer panel during the inaugural summit in 2018 was a big hit, followed by our trailblazers segment, which celebrated three emerging brands developing food for kids, while the next two days provided a thought-provoking mix of science, consumer insight, food consumption data (what are kids actually eating?), and expert advice on formulation, branding and marketing.

In our 2019 summit, we’ve taken on board feedback from the FOOD FOR KIDS community and will be adding new features and sessions that drill further into how established brands can tap into current trends when developing products for children, plus we’ll be adding retailer perspectives, more interactive sessions and a deeper look at kids’ palates.

This is just the beginning of a conversation about what we are feeding our kids and we can’t wait to work with everyone in the FOOD FOR KIDS community, from large and small brands to nutritionists, retailers, paediatricians, dietitians, health advocates, schools, and foodservice providers – to make this event even better in November 2019.