PCMA adds exclusive offering for digital attendees of Convening Asia Pacific

It'll. One-day event for practical knowledge, strategies and solutions needed for recovery

Digital attendees of PCMA’s Convening Asia Pacific: The Global Recovery Forum on November 10 will have the chance to partake in six interactive deep dive sessions with key industry leaders.

Conversations with the Experts sessions have been designed to provide practical and key insights into managing and innovating business events in the Covid era.

 The conference will provide attendees with practical knowledge, strategies and solutions needed for recovery

Digital attendees will nominate a topic before the event and interact live with the presenters in these 25-minute breakout sessions.

Topics and speakers include:

  • Customer Deep Dive: Incentive Travel and Events with Bert Li, associate director of event production, Amway China
  • Customer Deep Dive: Corporate Meetings and Events with Deborah Caldwell, senior vice president Asia Pacific head of event marketing, Bank of America
  • Customer Deep Dive: Association Meetings and Events with Paula Rowntree, head of events & experience, The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners; and Kirsty Grimwade, senior manager, events, The Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy
  • China Focus: Are We Back in Business? with Frankie Gao, managing director, China, MCI Group; and Stephen Zhang, president & chief distribution officer, Manulife Sinochem
  • Engaging Your Audience with Digital Events: Up Close and Personal with Sourabh Kothari, co-Founder and CEO, Mindcurrent; and Jennifer Kingen Kush, founder and strategist, Kingen Kush Solutions

Karen Bolinger, managing director of PCMA APAC, said: “We want to make sure our digital attendees get a lot of value from the content and what better way than by giving them a chance to engage with the experts and their peers around the region in a personal way.

“Through our APAC research, surveys and community chats with planners, what we’re hearing is that you want to ask your peers and customers what they are doing, how they’ve made decisions and what the next 12 months looks like. Now is your opportunity to ask them directly, as well as share some best practices and tips on rebuilding the business events sector in APAC,” said Bolinger.

Separately, PCMA has engaged Interprefy to deliver live and simultaneous translations of the presentations from English into Japanese, Korean and Mandarin, for the entirety of the event.

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