The delegate pass includes:
- participation on the conference
- coffee & tea breaks
- complimentary lunch & dinner
- closing drinks & networking
- VAT & local taxes
Event Production Forum East (EPFE) will once again attract event and venue professionals to Budapest for its second edition, November 16th 2018.
With interest already high the organisers are keen to build on the success of the inaugural EPFE, November 2017, where over 60 delegates enjoyed discursive panels covering event security, the challenges dealing with different capacity venues, events cultural position in a city / countries priorities, touring and labour movements.
Máté Horváth, EFPE founder and director at DDW Music comments:
“The high level of attendees and discussions exceeded all of our expectations last November at the first EPFE. There was a real willingness to share information and help each other between the event professionals from across Eastern Europe we brought together.”
“Positive feedback from delegates, speakers and our sponsors Mojo Barriers made it an easy decision to move forward and we are looking to the A38 Ship venue to progress the discussions on some of last year’s topics and introduce new issues affecting us all.”
Quote from Dániel Benis, Sziget production director:
“EPFE was a great Forum to discuss topics around our industry with fellow professionals from the region. There are some issues that affect the whole of Europe, but certainly some challenges that are more particular to our region and EPFE gives us the perfect platform to discuss these.”
by Graham Brown, Plaster