| Your networking opportunities

Networking with clients, potential new business partners, colleagues and friends is a big part of your onsite experience at Argus Biomass. And, we have designed an agenda that offers many opportunities for formal and informal networking with your peers.


| Design a networking calendar that works for you

Your exclusive networking app – plan your visit, connect with attendees

With so many people to see and do business with, identify and set up meetings with attendees that offer the greatest growth opportunities for your organisation. Download the networking app prior to the conference and review the attendee list, send direct messages to fellow delegates and schedule onsite meetings.

Speed networking and business card exchange

Meet attendees in a fun, quick-fire introduction exercise. A great opportunity to put names to faces and to set up meetings for later. Don’t forget to bring lots of business cards!

Interactive roundtables

Join 10 of your peers with a similar business strategy to yours and discuss how to tackle your number one challenge with an industry thought-leader.

Welcome drinks at Hard Rock Café London

Enjoy a night of drinks and food at the Hard Rock Café London. From 17:15 on Monday 20 April you are invited to join your international peers for a night of networking and socialising in London’s iconic Hard Rock Café, only a few minutes’ walk from the conference venue.

Casino night

Join your peers for the glitz and glamour of the Gatsby Casino Party. You can enjoy the thrill of Roulette and Blackjack or try your luck in the prize draw during the official party at Argus Biomass 2020, early evening of Tuesday 21 April. See you at the tables!

Private meeting room hire

Host private meetings with customers or potential clients and negotiate business deals in the privacy of your own hospitality suite. Available for an hour, a full day or even all three days of the event.

“All key industry players under one roof – brilliant”
Paul Cullen, Commercial Project Manager, ESB