NG Events Ltd produces unique, high quality conferences, events and study tours including - now in its 6th year - NextGen 13. NG Events Ltd is directed by Marit Hendriks and Andrew Macdonald.
Church House Conference Centre, Dean's Yard, London, SW1P 3NZ
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Marit has produced and managed NextGen since its inception in 2008 and has been instrumental in the creation and development of the NextGen brand. A director of the Community Broadband Network (CBN) Marit also runs her own consultancy - Spectrum - and as a creative manager and entrepreneur is currently developing Community Study Tours in association with Groupe Intellex. Marit's international marketing and business development expertise was established via a BA in Human Resources Management and an MBA at Kent Business School.
Andrew has managed and developed NextGen since its inception in 2008. He is MD of GFI Ltd - a specialist event management consultancy - and has extensive experience of planning, organising and delivering events across a wide range of disciplines and areas in the UK and abroad.
Diane has an in-depth knowledge of the operational aspects of event management gained from over twenty five years hands-on experience of the industry. She provides organisational and logistical services to all types of conferences, events and exhibitions and is particularly skilled at supporting organisers in a front of house capacity. She has managed teams of up to 50 people and is well versed with all current systems and overseeing the registration teams.
David provides editorial material for NG Events. He manages the 'Next Generation Digital Challenge Awards' programme, is co-founder of Community Study Tours and writes for the Communications Management Association (CMA). His long career in telecoms included the creation of the UK′s first email service (1981) and eBusiness Innovation Awards (1993-2001). He promotes wider market awareness of Connected Health and the development of public-sector innovation in local broadband access networks.
Complexity Partners is the specialist consultancy working with complex organisations on strategy and innovation. Brian also works with the University of London on the Centre for Creative Collaboration. He has focused on the broadband scene since 2002 and is on the board of the Community Broadband Network (CBN). He has worked on a wide range of projects for CBN ranging from infrastructure, technology choice, open access business models, applications and issues on inclusion, take-up and use.