The Meetings Show launches revamped education programme

Taking place at ExCeL London from 28-29 June 2023.

The Delegate Wranglers pavilion at The Meetings Show 2023 will be its biggest stand to date.
The Delegate Wranglers pavilion at The Meetings Show 2023 will be its biggest stand to date. Photo Credit: The Meetings Show

The Meetings Show, the UK’s leading event for the meetings and incentives industry, has announced details of its revamped education programme for this year’s show, which takes place at ExCeL London on 28-29 June.

Created in partnership with experience design experts Samme Allen, CEO of, and renowned consultant, author and previous keynote speaker at The Meetings Show, Claus Raasted, content is split across four brand new themes: Impact, Inform, Innovate, and Inspire.

Delivered by a range of expert speakers from across the industry, presentations, workshops and campfire sessions will explore subjects including:

· how event technology can supercharge engagement

· unpacking the power of data

· building event communities

· how to make events sustainable

· how charities can help the planning of events with meaningful experiences.

This year’s show will also feature The Blank Canvas, a new space where visitors can experiment and try new things in a safe and supportive environment. From testing new technology to trying out new experiences, it will encourage players to push boundaries and unleash their creativity.

Jack Marczewski, portfolio event director of The Meetings Show, TEAMS Europe and Business Travel Show Europe, said: “As always, education will be at the heart of this year’s show. Our revamped education programme will give you everything you need to take your career to the next level. It has been designed specifically to inspire and inform, while encouraging attendees to innovate and connect with each other and with our expert speakers on a whole new level.”

The event which will be co-located with Business Travel Show Europe and the TravelTech Show. 

The Meetings Show 2023 includes:   

· An exhibition featuring destinations, venues, hotels and suppliers, the exhibition sits at the heart of The Meetings Show. 

· Education: Planned by education experts from across the industry, the conference sessions work in harmony with the exhibition. 

· Networking opportunities for event venues, event buyers and suppliers. There will also be fam trips visiting key destinations around the UK and internationally.