Charity and association professionals are being encouraged to register for their free delegate place at CHASE 2014 as seminar spaces fill up fast. The leading business and education event for charities and associations is set this year to feature an impressive speaker list across a programme of 50 free seminars covering retail, fundraising, marketing, technology, membership management, events and legal issues.
With just a few weeks to go until the show opens its doors, event organisers Conference House have released details of some of the most popular headlines seminars and the speakers delivering them.
Speakers include: Andrew Kayley from HMRC Charities, Nick Aldridge and Megan Knox from Paypal Giving Fund, Gavin Terry from Trading Standards, Philippa Atkinson-Clow, Nicola Cohen and Norman Rose from Institute of Association Management and Sir Eric Reich from Classic Tours.
In addition, the exhibition floor will be welcoming many new suppliers and specialists this year. They include automated accounting technology innovators Chrome River, City Centre venue providers Jury’s Inn, workforce management solutions provider Softworks, fund portfolio managers Social Investment Business and official AV sponsor Fluid Productions.
CHASE 2014 will take place on the 11th and 12th February 2014 at the Business Design Centre, London, N1.
Click here to register.
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