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So we revealed the full programme for IoIC Live 2016 last week. Although we’re had a few tasters in the past few weeks, this is the first time we have published the full timetable. It’s always a time of slightly mixed feelings – excitement at being able to show people what the fabulous conference committee has been working on for the past four months, but also a bit of trepidation at hoping people will feel inspired by the content enough to want to come!

We’ve made sure that we have a good mixture of strong, thought-provoking content, mixed with inspiring case studies and some interactive and breakout sessions to harness the knowledge of all the great IC brains in the room. And we had many more ideas that we simply didn’t have room for, so we have been careful to curate the best line-up we could to make sure there is something for everyone. You can download the full programme here

We’ve also tried to include as much time as possible for you to network with other conference-goers, to catch up with old friends and to make new ones. It’s never easy in a packed programme to plan in the breaks but we have done our best. And of course if you are able to come on the Thursday evening and stay overnight, there will be the additional opportunity to catch up over a drink in the bar after dinner (or over the traditional conference pick ‘n’ mix during Friday afternoon!!)

We hope you find the programme as attractive as we do and that you’ll be able to join us in Birmingham on May 5-6. Really looking forward to seeing you there.

Justine Stevenson
IoIC Events & Awards Chairman

PS thanks to our brilliant early birders who signed up in advance of seeing the full line up – hope you approve…

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