What are peer-to-peer roundtables?
Think of peer-to-peer roundtables like mini-workshops!
They are the most innovative and flexible format of conference participation, designed for a more in-depth discussion in a smaller group setting. Delegates engage with their cross-industry peers of similar interests, sharing strategies and war stories. Roundtables are small group discussions focused on a particular topic and directed by a central table host who will guide the conversation and facilitate the questions and answers from the participants.
How do they run?
Delegates are seated around the table where the moderator introduces the topic and facilitates the discussion flow throughout.
The roundtables will run in 3x30 minute blocks
Running in three rotations for 30 minutes, delegates will have the opportunity to pre-select which tables they would like to attend ahead of the event and build their agenda to cover the issues and topics that matter most to them. There is a short break in between each rotation, giving delegates time to move from one table to the next. You will be notified via a bell at the start and end of each rotation.