With AIME 2011 fast approaching, organisers are delighted to announce an impressive line-up of key industry speakers for their popular Education Program and are offering ‘early bird’ savings for those who register for the AIME Master Class Seminars, Leaders Forums and the Business Events Forumth before the 7 January 2011.
AIME’s ‘early-bird’ offer means people save over 17% when booking a Master Class Seminar and over 15% when booking a Leader or Business Events Forum before 7 January 2011. Also AIME attendees can gain a further 10% discount when booking three or more seminars and forums.
The top-line industry professionals confirmed include Kati Quigley, director of event marketing for the CMG Events team at Microsoft in the USA and Roger Helms, founder, CEO and sole owner of HelmsBriscoe.
Both speakers will be captivating audiences on Tuesday 15 February 2011 at AIME. Event attendees will gain insight into the highs and lows of corporate event management with Kati Quigley at the Business Events Forum from at 8am – 9.45am and be inspired by Roger Helms in the Leaders Forum from 10:15 – 11:45am.
Roger Helms, founder, CEO and sole owner of HelmsBriscoe comments, “I hope the attendees are excited about the future of this industry. This is a wonderful industry to be a part of and I believe the future is very bright. I want them to walk away appreciative of the opportunities we have and re-energised to continue to find ways to innovate and improve on those opportunities. This industry is so dynamic that there are many things that I still find exciting and interesting.”
The extensive AIME Education Program also includes Master Class Seminars covering marketing and social media, sales tenders, maximising sponsorship opportunities, legal issues and a global perspective seminar, with a spotlight on Asia. Further speakers are still to be announced. For the full program of educational opportunities on offer at AIME, visit: www.aime.com.au/seminars
Meetings & Events Australia (MEA) members who attend AIME’s Master Class seminars will be allocated one Professional Development (PD) point per seminar and two points per attendance at any of the Leaders Forums. Professional Development points are a required component to apply for MEA Accreditation or Recognition status.
For more information about AIME 2011, visit www.aime.com.au