How do you define best practice?
The award-winning clic+ returned for a second year to inspire and engage professionals from across the conferencing and meetings sector. The success of last year’s event meant that we had big shoes to fill and expectations, from both new and returning guests were high.

Buoyed by our C&IT Award win for clic+ just days before the event, we threw ourselves into the occasion and delivered a convivial and educational day of content and networking. What made this event a success, was the strong links we have with our suppliers, agents and partners who all contributed their time and resources to make this event even better than last year.
Thank You+
We wanted to take this opportunity to thank all those who made clic+ 2015 possible, starting with the Advisory Board, who helped across the whole event, from content suggestions to directing delegates on the day. 

Victoria Darragh (Hays PLC) and Linda Moir (Putneyred) gave two powerhouse speeches and a series of dynamic and incisive workshops were provided by: Speakers Corner, The Media House, Green Moon Events, Inspired and Live Group. A massive thanks to you all, and we look forward to working with you again. 

We also had massive support from our event partners and exhibitors: Absolute Audio Visual Solutions, Airport Lynx, Blendology, brandAnonymous, Conference Cambridge, Hotel Desk, HotelRes, Just Digital, PA Life (also a media partner), Print 4 Business, The Meetings Show and Star Radio

A special mention should be made to Off Limits, who supplied sparkling entertainment and table decorations for the #powerof657 dinner and Engage Visually who perfectly digested clic+ 2015 through two striking graphics.  

Finally we would like to thank all those who attended the event as delegates. We look forward to seeing you back at Robinson College very soon. 
Robinson's Muscle Warrior Salute
On 30th September 2015, 65 guests gathered in the new Crausaz Wordsworth Building for the #powerof657 charity dinner. The evening was held to raise awareness of the work of the Muscle Help Foundation (MHF), a UK charity offering amazing experiences to those with muscular dystrophy. Following a four-course dinner, and special messages from MHF patrons Lorraine Kelly and Kenneth Branagh, a raffle and auction were held to raise funds for the charity. Following an exciting flurry of bids, generous gestures and guests digging deep, the dinner raised over £2,500 for the charity. 

To find out more about getting involved with the Muscle Help Foundation click here.
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