Legacy diversity and innovation top agenda for EduMonday at IMEX

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Legacy, diversity and innovation are top of the agenda for EduMonday at IMEX in Frankfurt this year.

An expanded programme of immersive education forms the backbone of the second EduMonday, which takes place the day before IMEX , on Monday 14 May.

Carina Bauer, CEO of the IMEX Group, explains: “We know from attendee feedback that the opportunity for industry insight and inspiration is invaluable. That’s why we reshape our EduMonday programme each year to ensure it remains cutting edge and current – professionals from different sectors and different levels will all discover education that’s timely, powerful and relevant for them. We’ve secured some outstanding speakers from key international organisations – ones that are redefining the way we all do business.”

EduMonday is free to everyone attending IMEX in Frankfurt and offers a programme of education in both English and German. The sessions provide insights into event design, future trends and the power of partnerships.

Association professionals from around the world are invited to Association Day and Evening, to share best practice and network. There’s also education and networking for corporate executives at Exclusively Corporate.

Experts from organisations including Facebook, LinkedIn and EY will be sharing disruptive trends and methods during Exclusively Corporate, with a focus on innovation and engagement. The importance of powerful leadership and creating a professional legacy will be explored by experts from Estée Lauder and MAC Cosmetics, supporting IMEX’s Legacy Talking Point this year.

In response to a global shift in attitude and awareness, the first She Means Business conference will also take place during EduMonday, celebrating the role of women in the industry. Meeting and event strategists – both female and male – are invited to share expertise and learn from speakers and mentors at the half-day event, created in partnership with tw tagungswirtschaft and supported by H-Hotels Group.

Business experts and academics from outside the meetings industry will provide a fresh perspective and share ideas at PCMA Business School, a free professional development programme.

EduMonday is rounded off with a happy hour at the neighbouring Adina Hotel, celebrating the start of IMEX in Frankfurt.

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