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Welcome to Baltic For Events Forum

Do you want to connect directly with potential clients and partners?

Do you want to share your news, thoughts or ideas with your target audience?

Do you want to catch up on new ideas and know the latest innovations and trends for event organization?

If yes, than the Baltic For Events Forum is the ideal event to participate in. BFEF unites together and in one place event agencies and customers  from the Baltic States and Central Europe.

You have the unique possibility to :

  • Promote your services
  • Have direct contact with your target audience and expand your personal network
  • Do effective brand promotion
  • Participate in live discussions about creative ideas and the latest event trends for future projects.


On the 11th and 12th of May 2017, you as a participant will have the chance to be a part of two days of unlimited communication on over a hundred vital topics to be discussed by around forty speakers from the Baltic States, Eastern and Western Europe. It is a yearly forum devoted to the advancement of the events market in the Baltic States; it serves as a distinctive avenue for fruitful dialogue from all members and significant patrons of the events industry. It remains an imaginative and innovative atmosphere where fresh and unique ideas are created and this helps to light up the excitement of the event. Applicable and Hypothetical ideas for upcoming events are also discussed to offer solutions to everyday event organisation challenges. This forum brings together into one place information from and about event planners, contractors and clients.

This event is comprised of 60% event agencies, 20% event customers, 15% event suppliers and 5% event workers i.e freelancers, decorators and event presenters. Looking at the broader picture in this mix the event will have key event customers like directors of large event-corporations, managers of small event and creative agencies, event contractors, creative freelancers and start-ups and specialists in the event planning industry. There shall be live discussions, forums, panel discussions, workshops and you can also build a network of your preference.

The program consists of a number of crucial themes: creativity, innovation, organization, PR, KnowHow, Clients and Destinations. Every theme opens the possibility to discuss the main points in event organization, gives answers to the most important questions and helps bring about success to all your different events.

The two day program will take place at Kultuurikatel, the most popular Tallinn venue. Kultuurikatel as it is locally called or the Tallinn Creative Hub is a non-profit foundation and cultural organisation in Tallinn, situated in the Tallinn Power Plant area (Põhja puiestee 27a) and serves as an intermediary between international culture, creative industries and also the private sector.

It is imperative that you have foreknowledge of the special guests and the knowledge they are going to impart in this unique event. Below are the special guests in attendance and a brief profile on them and the topics to be discussed.


Jens Oliver Mayer;

Jack Morton Worldwide, www.jackmorton.com

Topic: What Is Missing In Your Event's Tech Strategy

They are best known for event marketing, promotional marketing, digital, social and mobile, content marketing, sponsorship marketing and employee engagement. Jack Morton also has special expertise with public events, exhibits, broadcast design, immersive and inventive technology and moving images.

Jens Mayer has built his career helping brands build strong relationships with the people that matter most to them, through live and digital marketing. He leads the offices of Jack Morton for the German-speaking market, working with clients including Samsung, Novartis, SABIC and Baltic for events, as well as leading brands in the automotive industry.

Koert Vermeulen

Topic: Creativity Meets Innovation - New Challenges of Visual Design

ACT LIGHTING DESIGN, www.actlighting.com

Koert has designed for Franco Dragone the lighting & video for the prestigious permanent aquatic spectacle “Le Rêve”. In 2010 Koert was selected to be the principal lighting and multimedia designer for the opening and closing ceremonies of the first Youth Olympic Games in Singapore. He has created lighting and visual scenography for the most prestigious and awarded themed attractions and theme parks including Walt Disney Studio, Parc Asterix, Futuroscope, Park Tivoli, the Grand Parc du Puy du Fou.

Andrea Francisi

Topic: Public Events and Ceremonies. Challenges & Key Points

FILMMASTER EVENTS www.filmmaster.com

Filmmaster has specialized in the creation and production of events for 35 years and has branches in Rome, Milan, Dubai, London and Rio. Filmmaster events have six times been elected the BEST EVENT AGENCY, most recently in 2015.

Andrea Francisi, Founder of Filmmaster has managed the operations and the development of the Turin Olympic Park and event management in the production and organization of major international events. In 2016 Filmmaster with Andrea delivered 9 international ceremonies, among them: the UEFA men’s and women's Champions League Final ceremonies, Euro 2016 opening and closing ceremonies in Paris, Olympic and Paralympic opening and closing ceremonies in RIO.

Jan Gemrich

Topic: Offline Events for Google – How We Do It

Google inc. www.google.com

Jan is an American multinational technology specialist who specializes in Internet-related services and products that include online advertising technologies, search, cloud computing, and software.  Most of their profits are derived from Ad Words, an online advertising service that places advertising near the list of search results. Jan has worked for Google in Prague, London and Toronto. His main focus is currently on consumer marketing in Canada (Chrome, Android, and Search). He is responsible for consumer, large advertiser, and acquisition events with budgets of up to one million dollars.

Jarkko Kivikoski

Topic: B2B Events. Secret of Success Or How To Achieve Clients' Needs

Woltti G roup, www.wolttigroup.fi

The leading Finnish brand experience agency with a global playground. It plans and implements events, integrated campaigns and full service resourcing solutions for their clients. Jarkko Kivikoski heads the sales and designated international accounts in Woltti Group. He has developed his client portfolio with major multinational industrial companies and has experience on award-winning active marketing from the project to strategic process levels. He’s a keen advocate of offline/online integration and result-oriented planning.

Wojciech Mach

Topic: Events for a Modern IT company – Do’s and Dont's

Luxoft Holding Inc. www.luxoft.com

Luxoft a leading provider of software development services and innovative IT solutions to a global client base consisting primarily of large multinational corporations. The company develops its solutions and delivers its services from 27 dedicated delivery centres worldwide. It has over 10,000 employees across 30 offices in 16 countries. Wojciech Mach is the Managing Director of Luxoft Central Europe. He is responsible for operations, relationships with key customers and strategic partnerships within the region. Wojciech has over 13 years of experience building and managing large delivery business units in the IT services industry as well as creating brand recognition that drives growth in the marketplace.

Richard Farman 

Topic: "Creativity and Creative Processes. Why the Minority is always right”

A LOUD MINORITY, http://aloudminority.com/

Swedish agency that helps companies, brands, products, agencies and organisations to communicate in totally new ways, through live communication and digital interaction, with people from all over the world. With live communication and by working cross-boundary A Loud Minority sets a new business standard to the integrated approach. They use every tool at their disposal to positively impact brand awareness, sales, ROI and the bottom line of our clients organizations


There will also be speakers from Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia present at the event to educate you on certain challenges you might be facing in your event business. Below are the speakers to be present at the event.



  • Aleksandra Moorast, Partner & strategic consultant, Corpore.
  • Aivar Laan, Founder, Festivality.co.
  • Hardi Kinnas, Creative Director, OrangeTime
  • Mary Kirillova, Founder & Managing director, Eventcv.com.
  • Lehari Kaustel, Creative Director, Royal experience.


  • Unda Krievina, Founder & Managing Director, Ideahouse
  • Aigars Smiltans, Director, Meet Riga
  • Olga Kazaka, Partner, Olsen LV
  • Austin Nicholas, Founder & Managing Director, Travel Out There


  • Jolanta Beniulienė, Head of Tourism & Convention Bureau and Convene
  • Jolanta Navakauskiene, Account Director, Elit Baltic Events
  • Indre Antanaviciute, Account Director, Partizanas
  • Giedrius Masalskis, Founder & Managing director, ADK


Baltic For Events will broaden your outlook towards work and the event industry in general. To join this life changing event by becoming a partner, sponsor, speaker or an attendee, please contact us via our website www.balticforevents.com



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