By Ian Neubauer
Australian author and ‘creativity facilitator’ Nigel Collin will address travel and tourism leaders at IT&CM – a MICE trade show and expo taking place in Shanghai next month.
Collin is a highly sought after speaker and author with more than a decade’s experience working as a creative in the events and entertainment industries.
His presentation ‘When the Going Gets Tough, Creativity Counts’ will focus on processes for generating ideas into workable solutions and fostering organisational cultures that allow creativity to thrive.
Nigel Collin will speak at IT&CM China 2009 next month
Other speakers booked for the event include China Connect managing director Roy Graff, a travel marketing executive who has lived and worked in China since 1994; and Shlomi Ashkenazi, director of purchasing for Kenes International, a Swiss-based company that specialises in the organisation of medical conferences.
Now in its third year, IT&CM (Incentive Travel & Conventions, Meeting) China matches together buyers and sellers from the regional MICE sector to explore business opportunities, generate leads and strengthen existing business partnerships.
IT&CM China 2009 will take place at Shanghaimart Expo between April 15 and 17.