Englewood Cliffs, N.J., January 13, 2020 – CNBC, First in Business Worldwide, is today announcing 2020 dates for three of its returning event series, "@Work," "Healthy Returns," and "Evolve." The network first began producing live events in 2011 with its now-annual flagship event, the "Delivering Alpha" investor summit. It has since expanded its portfolio to include newsmaking events targeted at specific niches within the network's C-level business audience, amplified across CNBC's television, digital and social platforms through special digital reports, branded content, newsletters and regular on-air segments.
2020 expanded and returning CNBC events include:
"This year, we are bolstering our already successful event franchises by creating larger summits with extended programming, increased attendee synergy and expanded sponsorship offerings for advertisers," said Nick Dunn, Executive Editor of CNBC Events. "We are steadfast in our commitment to unparalleled, smart and informative editorial content and engaging headline-making interviews, while providing advertisers with customized cross-platform access to engaged audiences."
Additional returning events, with dates and details to be announced, include:
CNBC will announce further new and returning event series in the coming months, including custom partner events with clients such as J.P. Morgan Asset Management, among others. For additional information regarding CNBC Events, visit: CNBCEvents.com.
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