Charles Russell partner Paul Stone will team up with Keith Prowse premier service director Andrew Hodgkins and Fuse Events and Hospitality head of events Ros Robinson to debate the impact of the Bribery Act and what it means for the future of corporate hospitality.
Hosted by Event editor Jeremy King the session will look at what companies can and cannot do once the Act is implemented on 1 July; where this leaves corporate hospitality providers; and what the implications of the Act will be on the entire event industry.
Stone will also provide a checklist of rules companies should adhere to when the Act comes into force.
This session will be one of many taking place at The Guide Live on 26 May at Proud2 in The O2. These include one on sustainability and a keynote from 02 sponsorship and events manager Nick Becker on the brand's event marketing strategy.
To listen to these keynotes and panel sessions you need to register as a delegate at The Guide Live. To qualify as a delegate you need to be an in-house corporate/brand event professional, or an event organiser from an agency that spends more than £250,000 on events per annum.
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