Founders E&A Events to share their insights on the international event industry at ADE University
Essam Jansen and Alex Hes are taking students and young professionals through the different levels and sectors of the event industry at ADE University.
Following up on the recent conference news about Head of AEG Studios Raymond Roker confirmed as a speaker for ADE Pro and ADE Beamlab to host interaction designer Christopher Bauder we continue with ADE University announcing a comprehensive panel talk with E&A Events founders Essam Jansen and Alex Hes.
When Essam Jansen and Alex Hes first teamed up to put on a party, they did it out of sheer frustration because they didn't see the kind of nights they wanted. Yet, since then they've created an International corporation with E&A Events, from the Don't Let Daddy Know sessions they started in Privilege, Ibiza, to festivals that take place in the Netherlands, UK and right across South and East Asia. Next to that, they work hand in hand with names like Martin Garrix and Don Diablo to build events in all of electronic music.
To have them at ADE University, in the midst of E&A's busy ADE schedule that includes among others DLDK, TIKTAK, and two Martin Garrix events, is a great opportunity for the students to learn from their experience - which, of course, covers just about every level and sector of the industry. Better still, they've chosen to bring Karan Badkar from Envision India to join them for their reading. Karan's presence will help give some insights into the fastest-growing areas in the world of dance festivals and help explain how Essam and Alex have built their contacts and infrastructure in India and across Asia.
ADE University takes place on Wednesday, October 16th till Friday, October 18th.
ADE University is available for students * (including international students) and young professionals. Tickets for ADE University (€ 20 / € 35) are available here. The event is also accessible for ADE Pass and ADE Conference Pass holders, available here. *When you are a student, you have to show your student ID card when picking up your ticket.
ADE University is kindly supported by Fontys Academy for Creative Industries.
Photo credits: E&A Events