The competition, which is compered by Event magazine editor Jeremy King and sponsored by entertainment agency Sternberg Clarke, is designed to find the latest talent available for the event industry.
Created by UBM Live, the competition boasted regional heats before hosting the final at the Event UK exhibition in the NEC in September.
The networking event will follow the ISES masterclass 'A Decade of Sport', an afternoon conference discussing the opportunities that exist around major sporting activity in the coming years. Speakers will include Visit London director of business tourism Tracy Halliwell, and director of 2012 Mark Howell.
"This will be the first of many planned events targeting member business development. We have a fantastic line-up of speakers who will discuss tendering opportunities, city-wide operations and the potential of hosting satellite events," said ISES UK president Zanine Adams.
As well as The Fancy Toys, the evening will include a facilitated speed-networking event, where members have an opportunity to talk over new and existing business ideas with contacts they do not necessarily know.