KM Summit 2020

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KM Summit 2020

The Knowledge Management Summit returns to London on the 24 - 25 March 2020 bringing together knowledge management professionals from the legal, commercial, public and charity sectors to discuss the important issues and innovations impacting KM today and into the future.

The 2020 programme will explore the key themes of thought leadership, KM technology, collaboration and demonstrating KM value, facilitating an environment where you can share experience, learn from others and equip yourself with the tools to unlock true business value.


Why Attend

By attending the KM Summit 2020, you will be able to: 

  • Join twin track conference streams allowing you to personalise your conference experience across client service delivery, innovation, technology and thought leadership sessions
  • Engage with case studies from a range of sectors –providing you with wide expertise and a range of KM peer to peer experiences
  • Access a host of new topics for 2020 including the data-driven counsel, articulating the value of the KM professional and up-skilling for project management
  • Hear speakers from around the globe to provide an international perspective on KM development


Register your interest here and be one of the first to receive the 2020 agenda. 




Practical sessions that discussed real situations, problems & solutions
Sarah Priaulx, Professional Support Lawyer, Walkers LLP
Great range of tools and real examples/case studies. Good variety of topics & industries
Philippa Trick, TBC, Royal Air Force
Really good topics, speakers and content
Alanna McAuley, Knowledge Manager, Baringa Partners
It was excellent to meet so many great professionals
Marlene Gebauer, Global Director of Strategic Legal Insights, Greenberg Traurig


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