Book launch: Events Management 2nd ed
Nicole Ferdinand, Bournemouth University, shares an invite to the launch of the 2nd edition of her Event Management: An International Approach, written with Paul Kitchin
EVENTS MANAGEMENT 2E NETWORKING RECEPTION & BOOK LAUNCH
The members of AEME are cordially invited to attend an international networking reception and book launch for Events Management: An International Approach. Meet academic experts and event professionals from sports marketing and finance, corporate event management, the arts, the charitable sector and social media and mobile communications to discuss latest developments in international events management. The event is hosted at King’s College London’s Guys Campus, just opposite the Shard and one minute’s walk from London Bridge tube station. It offers attendees the opportunity to combine an evening of learning and networking with a great night out in London. It is free to attend and drinks and light refreshments will be served.
Date and Time
25th January 2017 5:30-7:30pm
Henriette Raphael Function Room, Guy's Campus, King's College London, SE1 1UL London
Your hosts and Editors of Events Management
Dr Nicole Ferdinand, Senior Lecturer Events Management, Bournemouth University
Dr Paul J. Kitchin, Lecturer, Sports Management, Ulster University
About the book
Taking an explicit international approach to the subject, Events Management: An International Approach combines theory and practice to address the challenges and opportunities of working in a global world to help prepare students and young professionals for the realities of the events management sector.
“The best undergraduate text book about events management on the market.” – Dr Ian Yeoman, Associate Professor of Tourism Futures, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
“Through theory, case studies, and interactive learning resources, this book gives students and professionals the tools they need to tackle the challenges of event management.” - Jarmo Ritalahti, Principal Lecturer of Tourism, Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences, Finland