IIAR UK Gets Festive!

Sponsors of the IIAR Christmas Event, UK


Thursday 8th  December, 3pm onwards


What better way to end the year with than to hear about analyst predictions for 2012 and then meet with your analyst buddies and AR colleagues at an informal networking event over a celebratory glass. It’s an action-packed afternoon with two analyst presentations plus a formal introduction to the new IIAR Board.

The event will be held on Thursday 8th December in central London with the networking celebrations taking place immediately after. It’s a great opportunity to wish your analyst friends and AR colleagues a Happy Christmas while meeting some new faces too.

This event is very kindly being sponsored by Metia – a global digital marketing agency with vertical experts in PR, AR, partner marketing and customer advocacy.



2:45pm                 Registration and welcome

3:00-4:00pm       IDC’s 2012 predictions in software

4:00-4:30pm       Welcome to the new IIAR Board

4:30-4:45pm       Tim Jennings presents the Ovum 2012 Industry Congress

4:45-5:30pm       Ovum’s 2012 Super Themes

5:30-5:45pm       Wrap up

5:45pm                 Networking evening begins

If you would like to attend this event please email me. The Forum venue has tight security restrictions so it is paramount that you let me know in advance if you wish to attend. Members are also welcome to dial in for the analyst presentations. This event is restricted to IIAR members.



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