Recently we announced to you that the theme for RDO10 will be “The Next Chapter” and that the conference will be taking place on the 11th & 12th September, at the Don Carlos Leisure Resort & Spa in Marbella.
For each RDO Conference we aim to create an event that is as entertaining, educational and engaging as possible for our attendees. In order to achieve this goal, we carefully select a specific theme that we feel is highly relevant to the events that have occurred since the previous conference, and invite inspiring speakers from diverse backgrounds, to give informative and motivational presentations on topics related to the overall theme.
RDO10 will once again, like last year’s conference, be fitted into a slightly shorter time frame, but we are very much taking a quality over quantity approach. The most important goal of RDO10 will be to educate and inform attendees on various new global technological, economic and lifestyle developments taking place that will impact and change our industry, in order to help our members to become better prepared for what is to come.
RDO10 will be focused on the need to look at where we are as an industry and consider if we have the capability to move forward successfully by considering what the next 10 years will bring, where will the industry be, are our products and services future proof, and what challenges and opportunities lay ahead to turn the page and move onto the next chapter.
There will be a variety of fascinating sessions presented by engaging and forward-thinking speakers, focused on important topics such as The importance of Future Proofing, AI & Automation, Trust & Reputation and much more, to compliment the usual legislative and enforcement update.
The proposed schedule for RDO10 will be:
- Day 1 (Wednesday 11th September): RDO AGM, a welcome lunch, followed by breakout sessions and then an evening welcome reception with drinks and finger food.
- Day 2 (Thursday 12th September): A full day of focussed business sessions, with coffee breaks and lunch. The conference will end with a social event to include drinks and food.
Whilst we can’t give definite details for the breakout or conference sessions yet, as things are still open to change, we were recently pleased to be able to confirm our moderator for this year’s conference will be Jeremy Skidmore.
Registration opens on Tuesday 16th April and to find out more and register simply visit www.rdoconference.org. We are confident that this year’s conference will be even more successful than last year’s so you should definitely not miss out!
Early bird registration prices start from £550 for RDO members and £750 for Non-members, rising to £650 for RDO members and £850 for Non-members at the Standard Rate. The price for guests (spouse/partner) is £300. For RDO members or Non-members who register more delegates than those registered for RDO8 and/or RDO9, or for those who have not attended in the last three years there are also special discounts available on the early bird prices.
For the details on the discounts and to obtain the discount codes please contact Nikkie Lambregts Yeaman. Early Bird rates and the discounts end at midnight on 28th June 2018.
Based on the excellent feedback we received from those of you who attended RDO9, we believe it was a big success and we are looking forward to seeing you all again at RDO10. It would also be great to see new attendees or those who haven’t been able to make it to some of the recent RDO Conferences.