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RIBAJ Annual Briefing event photos

The 2018 RIBAJ Annual Briefing was held at the new HTA Design offices in Whitechapel. The briefing covered content marketing strategy, specifier insights and market trends. Bringing together marketers from within the industry, the event created a great platform for discussion and networking.


The evening’s speakers were:

Hugh Pearman, Editor, RIBAJ

Simon Bayliss, Managing Partner, HTA

David Bain, Research Manager, NBS

Richard Tomlin, Advertisement Manager, RIBAJ

See below for photos of the event.

  • View from roof terrace where welcome drinks & canapes were served
    View from roof terrace where welcome drinks & canapes were served Credit: Charlotte Collins
  • Welcome drinks on the roof terrace
    Welcome drinks on the roof terrace Credit: Charlotte Collins
  • Welcome drinks on the roof terrace
    Welcome drinks on the roof terrace Credit: Charlotte Collins
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    Welcome drinks on the roof terrace Credit: Charlotte Collins
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