How to Increase Attendance at Corporate Events

Time: 14:00 GMT
Date: 17th June 2015

Duration: 30 minutes inc Q&A

Don’t miss out on this free webinar

In this free webinar, Gerard Lennox will explain his techniques for increasing attendance at corporate events.

What will you learn?

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  • How to create a relevant event programme
  • How to effectively promote your events
  • How to minimize no-shows at your event

Who should attend?

  • Those responsible for Marketing and PR
  • Those responsible for promoting and running corporate marketing events
  • Sales Managers looking to establish key relationships through events
  • Events organisers looking to maximize the effectiveness of their events

About Gerard Lennox

Starting in B2B technology sales Gerard has helped many different organisations achieve their sales and marketing goals. Face-to-face and distributed events have been a constant feature in his toolkit both as a presenter and promoter. A keen advocate of fundamentals Gerard strives to identify what works rather than what is in fashion. Then he empowers others to make it happen.

For many years Gerard has been developing better ways to successfully bring ideas to market. Through his experience in the events industry

He will be taking questions before, during and after the event. Send us a question beforehand by email or via Twitter using the hashtag #syminar


Gerard’s practical experience combined with an ability to understand a situation resulted in a direct and timely solution. Gerard helped me get things done!’.

Karen Lane
MD – KL Global Event Management Ltd, previously at AstraZeneca


Gerard, has a wealth of experience developed over the past 40 years in making business events lead to genuine commercial opportunities. Over the past two years he has helped build our business both in terms of profile and real sustainable, profitable opportunities’.

Ian Jones
Technical Director – DelegateCentral
Previously Head of Publishing & Research, National Computing Centre


Date: 17th June 2015
Time: 14:00 GMT
Duration: 30 minutes inc Q&A

Register today