Apex 2022: Apteco's exclusive partner event

18 Nov 2022 | 10:00 - 12:20 GMT

SAVE THE DATE for Apex 2022 on Friday 18 November from 10 am - 12.30 pm

We're excited to announce that this year Apex will be held in-person directly before Apteco Live 2022 in London. Registration will take place at 10 am. Tea, coffee, mini breakfast pastries and refreshments will be provided. Apex will then start at 10.30 am.

As usual we have packed the agenda full of new developments. Our team will present the latest commercial changes and new product features, providing insight into the future strategy for Apteco. We'll reveal the winners of our annual partner awards, and there may also be a few other surprises in store!

The Apex event provides an opportunity for us to thank our partners for their continued support and loyalty through the years, and is a chance for us to catch-up in person after so long. As Apteco Live will be held after Apex, partners will conveniently be able to meet their clients after the event, during lunch, before the start of Apteco Live.

How to register

Invitations will be emailed to partners shortly - so please use the link in your email to go to the booking platform to register for Apex 2022. If you receive an invitation but cannot attend, please nominate a colleague to represent your organisation. All Apteco approved partners are welcome to attend, however Apex is exclusively for partners, so please do not try to register if you are not an approved Apteco partner.

The essentials

  • When: Friday, 18 November 2022
  • Time: 10 am - 12.20 pm (GMT)
  • Where: National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, London
  • Wear: Business casual

For more information about Apteco Live 2022 or to book click here. If you would like to attend Apex and Apteco Live then you must register for both events. Updates about the Apex event and a link to the booking platform will be posted on this page over the coming weeks. Please email marketing@apteco.com if you have any queries.

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By kind permission of the Director and Trustees of the National Gallery.