Ten free tickets available for the AR Forum

A post on the Horses for Sources blog this morning is giving away ten free seats for the Analyst Relations Forum. Phil Fersht writes:-

I’m pleased that I’ll be in London on November 5th to share our story as I keynote the Analyst Relations Forum. My keynote, Thriving in a Market that Refuses to Change: Research-as-a-Service, will look at how HfS has fought to transform a conservative industry that has been slow to change.

I’ll also be having a fireside chat with Wipro’s dynamic new CMO, Naveen Rajdev, and we’ll also hear from Accenture’s popular Managing Director for Global Analyst Relations, Allen Valahu, about what it’s been like to work with a multitude of analysts over the last two decades and what they would like to see in the future (see full agenda for the menu of analytical delights).

We are providing 10 free tickets for those who hurry to register!

We have made special arrangements for ten free tickets to the event (with promotional code JoinPhilFersht) – first come, first served!  And a $124 discount (with promotional code ARForumKeynoteHfS) for those who did not manage to register in time.

P.S. That was fast! The ten free tickets have gone but you can register here with the promo code ARForumKeynoteHfS to get the $124 discount.

Duncan Chapple

Duncan Chapple is the preeminent consultant on optimising international analyst relations and the value created by analyst firms. As the head of CCgroup's analyst relations team, Chapple directs programs that increase the value of relationships with industry analysts and sourcing advisors.