Lindsay Neyjahr, part of the strategy and development team at Identity, one of Britain’s most respected events companies, will headline the National Outdoor Event Association’s 2023 annual convention. Lindsay is head of public sector: pitch strategy and client service at Identity and is one of the first to develop and produce some of the biggest events to take place in the UK over the last twelve months.
The session, which will open this year’s conference, leads into the broader event theme of ‘Future’ and how the events industry is changing as we move into 2024. As part of the talk, Lindsay will share Identity’s own strategic concepts that seek to understand ‘human experience’ and how this connects the planning and production of events including the G7, COP26 in Glasgow, COP28 in Dubai, The Queen’s Funeral , The King’s Coronation and London’s New Year’s Eve fireworks.
During the talk, delegates will also be able to hear the perspective of a fellow events professional, who is at the top of her game, and hear a personal perspective of what events mean to Lindsay, and how we can all create memorable experiences for audiences.
“It is incredible to see one name behind so many of the leading events taking place around the world, and some of the greatest moments of our time,” said Susan Tanner, CEO of NOEA. “With Identity and with Lindsay, we have an events professional who can bring to life how her process and thinking have created such a lasting resonance. We are happy to have her with us this year.”
The National Outdoor Event Association’s annual conference and awards will take place at the Hilton Garden Inn, Bath and the Roman Baths and Pump Room, on November 22, 2023. The theme of the event will be ‘Future’, with an increasing number of high-profile speakers are announced. the autumn.