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Opportunity to express interest in runnning BHBIA training sessions in 2021

May 1st, 2020

The BHBIA Board are starting to plan the 2021 event programme. 

We rely on the generosity of our members in giving their time and expertise to help us run our ‘by the industry, for the industry’ training courses and we would like to invite members to express interest in getting involved.

Running one of our sessions provides member organisations with an opportunity to raise their profile and be associated with best practice and cutting edge thinking in business intelligence.

Do you have... 

  • Experience of a current industry hot topic OR an ongoing knowledge gap/training need; 
  • Expertise in market research, business/sales analytics or a related business intelligence discipline; 
  • Willingness to share your knowledge for the benefit of BHBIA members? 

If so, we would love to hear from you - whether you work in an agency, pharma company or any other type of organisation. 

You just need to provide a short synopsis of your proposed topic(s) and brief credentials. 

We are looking to develop our range of offerings in terms of formats - e.g. to offer more opportunities for fully interactive, web-based learning in addition to traditional classroom training. So we are particularly keen to hear from people who can be flexible in their approach and/or those who have any new ideas about ways to deliver training.

We are also interested in hearing from anyone who would like to help co-ordinate a training day or seminar – i.e. to propose a topic and invite various speakers to contribute to an event which you could potentially chair. 


We will be in touch by late June to advise whether we would like to progress your suggestion(s). Expressing your interest now does not commit you to anything.

Further Information

We've put together some further information and guidance - including expected delegate numbers, pitching it at the right level, avoiding promotion, expenses and practical arrangements - see details here

Thank you for your interest and we look forward to receiving your synopses.