HERE’S WHAT I KNOW AND WHAT I DID
 

From feedback, you guys enjoy and learn from your peers describing the highs and lows of their events.  At ICEDAY, this year, we have a fantastic spread of speakers and participants telling us about what they know and how they did what they did. 

From our keynote Katherine McCartney, Principle of PDW, Inc. and the former Producer of TED Conferences, through to our award winning In-House Corporate Event teams outlining their event challenges and successes, ICEDAY is your opportunity to share with your peers what you all know, did and want to do.

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13.00-14.30 Lunch & Networking

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14.30  Welcome
Ken Robertson, cofounder of the ICE initiative,
welcomes y’all and outlines the afternoon.

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14.35-15.00
Who has been responsible for leading and producing TED’s Conferences?

Katherine McCartney, Principle of PDW, Inc. and the former Producer of TED Conferences.

And...who is our Keynote speaker at this year’s ICEDAY conference? Yep you’ve guessed it. 

Katherine will share the story of the growth and evolution of the conference over a span of 18 years and what she learned along the way as well as thoughts about life and life choices. 

‘The challenge, of course, is coming up with new innovative ideas and continually raising the bar. Our goal was always to be leading edge. Overall, the logistical component in many ways has gotten easier because of our experience, commitment and understanding of the audience.  We worked very hard at this.’

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15.00-15:05 Robert Dunsmore, Creative Director
Chairs 4 x 20 minute sessions of our award entry corporate event teams sharing their event experiences.

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ITV
15.05 - 15.25 Here’s an event I did earlier 1
Members of the events team talk to us about the challenges and successes of their ITV Studios Global Entertainment Drama Festival 2019

Speakers include (read more):

Jo Morris Senior Project Manager ITV Experiences and Natalie Davies Project Manager ITV Experiences

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BARCLAYS
 15.25 - 15.45 Here’s an event I did earlier 3.
Members of the events team talk to us about the challenges and successes of their Sponsorship event.
Speakers:
Rachel Henley, Head of UK Sponsorship, Barclays
Emma Stoker Vice President , Relationship Manager, Barclays UK Events

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15.45 – 16:05 Lieutenant Colonel Sulle D Alhaji RAPTC | Army Youth Outreach Team 
Talking about mentoring young people and how you can mentor your teams
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AWE
16.05 – 16.35
 Here’s an event I did earlier 2.

A LOGISTICAL CHALLENGE – THROUGH THE EYES OF THE PROJECT MANAGER
Speakers include (Read more):
Gina Collman, Head of Marketing, AWE
Dr Jenny BoxwellProject Manager, AWE
John Pringle, Principal Information Assurance Adviser, AWE

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Coffee and Networking
16.35-16.50

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Stephen Rose*, Head of Communication Services, Siemens (read more)
Stephen will outline how to deliver impactful Brand Events with Smart Internal Communication 
16.50- 17.10

 

RBS
17.10 – 17.30 Here’s an event I did earlier 4.

Members of the events team talk to us about The People’s Money-Launch of Royal Bank of Scotland £10 note, which won Best Event Technology plus the Royal Bank of Scotland Leadership Conference.  They will run through the aims, context, challenges and purpose.  
Speakers include (read more):

Sarah David, Event Manager, RBS
Gareth Davies, Event Manager, RBS

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17.30 –18.20  Wish I’d known that then.
Six event profs share some harrowing/funny stories about some tricky fixes they got into and how they got out of them (or not) 
And an opportunity for you to pitch in with your own scenarios.

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