Win! Free tickets to MT Live

MT Live is coming, and early bird pricing is still in place for those looking to guarantee a seat. But, if you're feeling lucky, our MT Live competition could see you through the door without spending a penny.

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Last Updated: 02 Jun 2014

Business as usual is a wonderful thing, but sometimes a dash of inspiration is needed to take your business, relationships and revenue to another level. At MT Live, we've laid out a lifetime's worth of inspiration all in incredible venue in the form of some of the UK's most influential, experienced and successful leaders.

Over the course of the day (25th June in central London, since you ask), you'll hear from luminaries including Lord Michael Heseltine, politician and businessman, as well as Nicola Mendelsohn, former chairperson of ad agency Karmarama and current vice president of EMEA for social media juggernaut Facebook. You'll hear from Justin King, who will talk about the lessons he's learnt as CEO of Sainsburys – just weeks before he steps down after a decade at the helm. The day will be broken up by debates featuring panellists including Sarah Wood, co-founded of Unruly, the marketing technology firm, managing director of Berkeley Rob Perrins, and Anthony Drury, easyJet's head of business.

Networking opportunities don't come much bigger or better, and throughout the day you'll get the chance to meet and greet like-minded delegates, exhibitors and innovators, seeing demonstrations of the latest technology across publishing, technology and online learning. MT Live will be refreshing, inspiring and informative and you'll come away with new contacts, ideas and approaches that will change the way you work forever.

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MT Live takes place all day on the 25th June at 200 Aldersgate, St. Paul's, London EC1A 4HD. Nothing screams ‘business minded’ like getting something for free, so our inaugural MT Live competition gives you the chance to get hold of a ticket in return for nothing more than answering a simple question. So without further ado...

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