The brand new senior vice president of integrated and digital marketing at Jack Morton Worldwide is one of the first speakers to be revealed by the organiser of Event Buyers Live. Adam Azor, who took up his post with the brand experience agency in August, will lead a panel of creative minds at the hosted buyer event to discuss the importance of good content and best practice advice.
Azor (pictured above) leads Jack Morton’s integrated and digital marketing teams, which work with leading brands including Freeview, Heineken and Beiersdorf. Previously, Azor was head of brand experience at Beattie McGuinness Bungay and has in the past been named as one of Institute of Promotional Marketing’s 30 Under 30.
Azor joins Jason Scott (pictured left), an award-winning event professional, an entrepreneurial consultant, a founding mentor of Fast Forward 15, the new director of marketing at large for ISES UK and co-founder of VenueMe. Scott, who is well known for his online persona, Lord Jason Scott, will talk to delegates about they can build their own personal brand and profile, and learn to “stand out” within the events sector.
Both Azor and Scott are the first senior figures within the events industry to be announced by Event Buyers Live as speakers – the buyer meets supplier event takes place at Heythrop Park, Oxfordshire on February 24 and 25, 2016.
Neil Fagg, event manager at Event Buyers Live, commented: “We are delighted to welcome Adam and Jason as speakers.
“I have no doubt that their event experiences will be a big hit with the events professionals – both organisers and suppliers – attending Event Buyers Live in February next year.”
Event Buyers Live 2016 will take place at Heythrop Park, Oxfordshire. Event organisers looking for fresh ideas for their events are being encouraged to register for the invitation-only event, which facilitates pre-arranged face-to-face meetings between organisers and suppliers.
Event Buyers Live is the perfect platform for live events professionals and agencies – organisers of sporting events, festivals, public events, experiential activities and conferences, who are looking to source suppliers, new solutions and services.
Fagg concluded: “These seminars have been carefully programmed to give event professionals an opportunity to learn from each other and discuss today’s trends and challenges, and share experiences in a relaxed but professional environment.
“I’ve no doubt that such an educational programme that looks at brand building and content, coupled with networking and great opportunities to sit and talk candidly during pre-arranged business meetings, will focus live events professionals minds and inspire them and their events for months and years to come.”