And they’re off! The 7th annual EN Race Day returns to Sandown Park on 20th September. The event offers attendees the opportunity to network with industry peers in a relaxed atmosphere following the morning’s lively and educational debate by a panel of industry experts. Plus the chance to maybe win a few bob on the horses!

We look forward to seeing you there!!

Sponsors and Partners

SEMINAR

Marketing in a post-GDPR era

This presentation by Christine Andrews will look at what you need to know about the GDPR for marketing; how permission looks in the post-GDPR era, how your potential customers view consent, how to understand where this new direction of travel should lead your business to ensure you build positive and sustainable relationships with your customers, and how to create supportable data flows that will minimise penalties for non-compliance. It will touch upon everything you need to make sure your marketing strategy aligns with the standards of the incoming regulation.

This year the debate will focus on a presentation followed by a panel session led by our host and including leading marketing directors from UK organiser companies.

PANELLISTS

Panellists

Christine Andrews

Christine Andrews

Panel Host

Christine Andrews is Managing Director of DQM GRC.

DQM GRC consultancy offers a range of services designed to help companies de-risk their data and avoid being data disasters.

Her team of data management consultants work on a range of assignments from GDPR readiness assessments, Privacy Impact Assessments, identifying vulnerabilities in an organisation’s privacy, data protection and security processes to providing complete solutions to become GDPR compliant.

Christine has worked for leading brands across a range of industries from the not for profit sector to publishing, financial services, media and telecoms. To date her team has completed around 25 GDPR assessments.

She is Deputy Chair of the DMA’s Data Council and was actively involved in developing the DMA’s Data Security standard – DataSeal. She is on the Big Data 100 List.

Christine frequently speaks in high-level conferences and academic institutions on the subject of GDPR, data strategy, consumer trust, data protection and security.

Prior to joining DQM GRC, Christine was Senior Vice President of Global Customer Services for Cable and Wireless, Head of Small Business Sales for BT and Head of SME Marketing for BT.

Sylvain Meneux

Sylvain Meneux

Panellist

Sylvain joined Upper Street Events in 2015 as Head of Marketing. He ensures Marketing best practices are implemented across all 20+ events and drives the company’s efforts to assemble a marketing platform allowing Upper Street Events to optimise the quality and quantity of visitors to the shows.
Before joining the events industry, Sylvain held multiple positions in the marketing field in various sectors such as e-commerce (I-play-Oberon Media), price-comparison (Shopzilla/Bizrate) and Telecom (Lycamobile).

Alison Church

Alison Church

Panellist

Alison is an experienced exhibition and conference marketing professional with 17 years’ experience encompassing conferences, exhibitions, marketing and PR. She is as passionate about delivering exceptional events to both exhibitors and visitors as she is about travelling the world in her spare time.

As Marketing Director at Easyfairs UK & Global, she ensures best practice and effective marketing strategies across its event portfolio, including shows run in the UK, France, Algeria, the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Singapore, China, the UAE, and the US.

Before joining Easyfairs, Alison spent nine years at Venture Marketing Group working on its exhibitions, conferences, awards and publications, with a particular emphasis on building high level and valuable content across all products. Her early career included roles as a conference producer at Centaur and PR account director.

Richard Bowen

Richard Bowen

Panellist

As the Head of Data at CloserStill Media Richard is responsible for the flow of information throughout the business. For the last 7 years he has been a driving force behind data strategy within the organisation as it has expanded from 3 events to over 40 events in 2017.

With a strong focus on integration and process improvement he works with a talented team to build and develop bespoke systems which give CloserStill an edge in delivering delegates and procuring exhibitors in a sustainable and efficient way.

Prior to working at CloserStill Richard studied biomedical science where his analytical work began. He has also recently been part of the EN 30 under 30.

ITINERARY

9:00am
Welcome refreshments and registration

10:15am
Seminar

12:30pm
Drinks Reception

1:00pm
Lunch, networking and tipster

1:45pm
First race

5:00pm
Last race

6:00pm
Event concludes

EN Race Day 2016

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LOCATION

Sandown Park is in a picturesque parkland setting in the town of Esher, Surrey, with superb travel links. Located within the M25 it is only 25 minutes by train from London Waterloo or 15 miles from south west London.

How to get there

Travelling by road

From London, take the A3 and follow the brown venue signs to Sandown Park. Alternatively, from the M25, exit at Junction 10 and follow the A3 towards London then exit onto the A307 and follow the brown venue signs. If using a Sat Nav, please enter 'Portsmouth Road' rather than the Sandown Park postcode - this will bring you to our main car park which is just off the A307 (Esher High Street) and is directly in front of the main entrance.

Parking on a raceday

Parking is free in the centre of the racecourse, which you can reach from the More Lane entrance. Alternatively, for £6 you can park in the main car park off the Portsmouth Road. Coach parking is free - just follow the Sandown Park signposts on all approach routes and park in the area off the Portsmouth Road. There are allocated disabled parking spaces in the main Portsmouth Road car park, which is free of charge to all blue badge holders. The parking is very close to the main entrance and the grandstand.

Travelling by rail

Esher rail station is just a 10 minute flat walk from the main entrance and can be reached by crossing the centre of the course on racedays. We also provide a complimentary minibus on all racedays from the station to the Main Grandstand Foyer entrance (and ticket collection point) for our customers arriving by train. On a non-raceday, visitors should turn left out of the station onto Station Road and then right at the T- junction to join the A307 Portsmouth Road. The entrance to Sandown Park is on the right hand side. Alternatively there is a taxi rank at the station.