The event will kick off on 12 May with an opening party and awards night at Ministry of Sound, followed by a conference at Emirates Stadium on 13 May, which will be opened by Joe Goldblatt, professor at Queen Margaret University and founding president of ISES.
Many familiar faces from the 2015 event are set to return, including ISES UK President Kevin Jackson, Strong & Co's Deborah Armstrong and Sanj Surati, experiential producer at Holition, who will discuss technological disruption in the event space.
Others on the line-up include Nicole Yershon, director of digital innovation at Ogilvy and Mather, who will address the live and digital marketing, meanwhile Julius Solaris, editor of the Event Manager Blog will run his ‘Ask Julius’ session on event technology.
Ticketholders will take a venue tour of some of central London’s most iconic venues on 14 May.
This year's theme is 'disruption fuels creativity', highlighting the forces disrupting the events industry at all levels.
Last year's conference featured the likes of Michelle Bryan-Low, head of large consumer marketing at Google and model turned entrepreneur Caprice Bourret.
ISES is set to host its first global summit at IMEX in Scotland next month.
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