WHY ATTEND THE PI CONFERENCE

PI Events was created in January 2004 in response to client feedback suggesting that the marketplace desperately needed a high quality conferencing unit. The PI Conference is geared toward senior information and market data professionals, department heads and key decision makers from both the UK and abroad. Delegates are attracted from across the industry; including banking, legal, accountancy, educational, consultancy, professional services, hedge funds, insurance and private equity.

The PIC is a unique event, offering delegates an unrivalled hands-on, practical learning experience. We aim to provide delegates with current, in-depth knowledge and skills, which they can use within any business environment. The PIC has proven to be a successful and popular industry event with high re-attendance rates whilst simultaneously continuing to attract delegates new companies and sectors.

FROM A DELEGATE PERSPECTIVE
Year-on-year, the PIC takes education, networking and the use of information to a whole new level. The annual PI Conference attracts the industry's most influential players and key decision makers.

Who will be at the PIC 2020?
The key profile of the delegates at the PI Conference is senior information, knowledge, library and market data managers from the leading city firms (banking, legal, professional services and supplier-side). Mixed with the top vendors from the information community, this conference really does showcase a unique blend of delegates for both supplier and client side alike.

What to expect at the PIC 2020...
Education
An unrivalled educational programme offering delegates a blended approach of learning. Including key note sessions, think tanks, workshops – incorporating both professional and personal development.
Networking
The PI Conference offers an unrivalled platform for networking and building relationships (peer-to-peer, vendor-to-client, speaker-to-delegate).
Understanding
The open-discussion forums and trusted environment of the PI Conference enables delegates to be 100% honest and unguarded in their opinions and feedback. This not only helps to create an unbiased view of the city information industry but also an understanding of consumer needs, supplier provision and the competitive landscape within the industry.
Relationship building
The PI Conference provides end users and suppliers with two and a half days of uninterrupted time with one another (client-side, vendor-side and consultancy-side). At the event, they learn what is important to the end users, what is integral to suppliers to keep at the top of their game and most importantly, how suppliers and clients can work alongside each other to create a more sustainable and robust information and knowledge industry.