Once again, RTS Thames Valley and Southern Centres will be hosting their Review of IBC Show, with a distinguished panel of attendees commenting on the highlights from this year’s Show.
Wednesday 17th October at QMC Basingstoke, in the Television Studio.
19.00 to 19.30 Tea and Coffee and light refreshments.
19.30 to 21.00 Panel discussion, which includes questions and answers from the floor.
Venue:- QMC, Cliddesden Road, Basingstoke RG21 3HF
Bernie Davis started life in the BBC TV Outside Broadcasts to become one of their senior lighting directors. Since leaving the BBC Bernie has become has been an established TV Lighting Designer for over twenty-five years working on many of the highest-profile programmes ranging from events in cathedrals and palaces, to concerts and light entertainment shows, plays, opera and ballets from The National Theatre and Covent Garden.
With NAB reporting a 10% drop in attendance, has this affected your business? Does it affect your decision on attending industry shows? Why do you think less people are attending? Or is it now quality over quantity?
And with industry manufacturers and suppliers having less than 2% female CEO’s – where is the diverse workforce? Is there an opportunity for them? What can companies do to ensure a more diverse workforce? What are the benefits?
Book now as this is always a popular event and numbers are limited.
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EARLY BIRD Tickets
We are able to offer tickets held at last years price of £790.00 + VAT per table of 10 until 28th September 2018, after which the price will be £940.00 + VAT per table.
RTS Thames Valley are currently holding 110 rooms for you at Wokefield Estate. These will be offered on a first come, first served basis. Please note the RTS are not responsible for the booking of hotel rooms if you have specific requests for the location of your room this should be discussed directly with the hotel.
Price for these rooms will be:
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