The Presenters Dialogue - a unique Initiative by EEMA and Organised by Event Management Association - Kerala
The Presenters Dialogue - a unique Initiative by EEMA and Organised by Event Management Association - Kerala

The Presenters Dialogue - a unique Initiative by EEMA and Organised by Event Management Association - Kerala

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The Presenters Dialogue was a unique Initiate by Event and Entertainment Management Association (EEMA) and Organised by Event Management Association - Kerala. The Presenters Dialogue was organised at Le Meridien Kochi, Kerala on 15 October 2018.

The Presenters Dialogue was an excellent platform for all the presenters and event managers from all across the country. It was an Excellent Opportunity for anchors to learn from the masters of the trade and network with the leading event managers.

The sole purpose of this event was to groom and develop the talent and to bridge the gap between the artist and the user. The workshop was beneficial to the attendees as it gave them additional knowledge and a chance to know event companies perspectives and needs.

The attendees got a chance to meet the personalities of event industry under one roof. Also, they got a chance to network with event managers.

The speakers, who all attended, includes Himanshu Shah, General Secretary, EEMA; Prathap Nair, event producer, Live and Reality Shows; Priya Varma, Designer, De Fab; Tejus Jose, GM, Le Meridien, Kochi; Gitikka Ganju Dhar, Anchor, Moderator, Writer, Curator, Talk The Stage. They all guided 60+ attendees with their knowledge about events.

Speaking about the event, Mr. Harish Babu said, “The Presenters Dialogue is an amazing platform to link between emcees and the event managers. It is a great platform where they could meet all the event managers, and we also could meet up, discuss the problems and issues which could be sorted. It was a first dialogue organised by EMAK.”

Mr. Himanshu Shah, General Secretary, EEMA said, “Such initiatives not only help in the grooming of new talent but also bridges the gap within the industry. Moreover, networking can nurture business growth too.”

Gitikka Ganju Dhar, Moderator, Anchor, Writer said, “The aim of the event was to ignite the spark, begin the conversation and put the spotlight on the need to groom and mentor the talk talent of the future. EMAK also wanted us to address on-ground issues that practicing presenters face. They plan to continue the effort in the shape of emcee workshops in the near future. A well-mounted event, I was delighted to discover not just the hosts but also the prosperous experiential industry of Cochin. Cheers to EMAK.”



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