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    saSamme Allen 
    Director and Founding Partner
    Sequoia Partnership

    Samme Allen is the director and founding partner at the Sequoia Partnership, a strategic venue management consultancy, specialising in supporting unique and unusual venues with sustainable business growth.

    Samme has more than 16 years’ experience in the international meetings and events industry  in roles focused in sales, marketing and PR plus event management. Samme started her career in the industry working as an event planner in Hong Kong for CASBAA (Cable & Satellite Broadcasting Association of Asia) and the BCOC (British Chamber of Commerce in China) where she learnt the speaker, sponsorship and logistics skills needed for successful events. 

    With over 20 years of sales experience, specialising from 2009 in unique multi-priority venues including the Barbican Centre, Twickenham Stadium and most recently the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre, Samme combines her commercial development skills, a vast black book of corporate, agency and association clients and a passion for the industry to create a successful track record in business growth.

    Samme is a genuine fan of the meetings and events industry, having been chair of the City of London venue consortia and Past President of MPI (Meeting Professionals International) UK & Ireland Chapter. She is currently Vice Chair of the BVEP (Business Visits & Events Partnership) and on the board of industry charity, Meeting Needs.


    daDamion Angus
    Managing Director

    Damion is currently Managing Director of Montgomery. He started his career in the exhibition industry working for Single Market Events and running what was then the London Programme Market. In 1998 he changed careers to work in Brand Management and spent seven years developing children’s intellectual properties for TV, video, publishing and consumer products.

    In 2005, Damion moved to South Africa and completed an MBA at the University of Cape Town. On coming back to the UK in 2006 he returned to the exhibition industry and joined Montgomery Worldwide as New Business Development Director.

    Damion has spent the last seven years growing Montgomery as an ‘umbrella’ brand that represents the interests of over fifteen different companies. These companies manage a wide range of businesses across the exhibition industry covering trade shows, consumer shows, art and photography fairs, awards programmes, agency sales and consultancy. Montgomery also owns and manages the Johannesburg Expo centre.

    As Managing Director, Damion continues to develop the Montgomery business across Europe, Africa, The Middle East and Asia and to look for new opportunities within some of the more challenging global emerging markets.


    TB Tim Banfield
    Commercial Director
    Arena & Convention Centre Liverpool

    Tim Banfield is Commercial Director of The ACC Liverpool Group.  Joining in 2006 as General Manager of Echo Arena, Tim is part of the senior management team that delivered the opening of the £164million ACC Liverpool in 2008.  ACC Liverpool is home to BT Convention Centre, Echo Arena and Exhibition Centre Liverpool.

    Tim has previously worked at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre, Glasgow, and the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, working on events such as the Women’s World Gymnastics Championships, European Ice Skating Championships and the IAAF Indoor Athletics Championships at the National Indoor Arena. 

    Tim is now the commercial lead for The ACC Liverpool Group with responsibility for driving the company’s growth and its contribution to the city. Tim has a passion for delivering major events to Liverpool and sits on the city’s Major Events Group, helping to deliver events such as Sports Personality of the year and the MTV Europe Music Awards. In this context he has also championed working with the National Governing Bodies of Sport to deliver national and international championships to the city, resulting in a winning bid for the Netball World Cup in 2019.

    He serves as Director and as a board member of the Association of Event Venues; as a board member of the Liverpool Visitor Economy network with responsibility for the governance of Marketing Liverpool and is a certified member of the Institute of Directors.


    fbFred Bell 
    Business Manager

    Fred is Business Manager at German material handler manufacturer Fuchs, where his responsibilities include managing the dealer network in Northern Europe and Scandinavia. Fuchs is part of the global Terex Corporation, providing specialized loading machines to the recycling, scrap, shipping and timber industries.

    Prior to his new career with Terex Fuchs, Fred was heavily involved at JCB, where his initial focus was the supply of construction machines in the UK via a long established dealer network. Since those early days, Fred’s focus shifted to the waste & recycling industry where he was responsible for growing the number of machines sold into the sector globally. This involved supporting the worldwide dealer network, developing the machine range and representing the brand during his travels.

    Before his career with JCB, Fred spent 7 years in the motor trade with Fiat Auto, promoting the sale of Alfa Romeo and FIAT



    Max Bull
    Venue Sales Director
    Business Design Centre

    Max’s career at the Business Design Centre began in 1998 as supervisor for Sodexho. The BDC soon became aware of Max’s ability and he was asked to join them as Conference Co-ordinator in 2000. Max immediately made an impact and it quickly became clear he had a talent for selling.

    Within 2 years he was promoted to Conference Manager then again to Venue Sales Manager in 2004 having overseen a 120% growth of this area. Max is recognised as playing a pivotal role in the development of the BDC’s fastest growing area within the business and was inducted to the Board in 2012.


    CCCaroline Clift
    Managing Director
    Stand Out Magazine

    Caroline Clift is editor of Stand Out, a leading trade magazine for the events and festivals sector. In 2015, the magazine celebrated its 10th anniversary. For the last decade, Stand Out has served the interests of the industry, bringing together the latest news, views and opinions from leading event figures. Caroline oversees the magazine’s editorial direction and spends her time travelling the length and breadth of the country in search of the best event stories. Having spent the last 15 years as a journalist, Caroline’s previous experience has seen her interviewing everyone from Engelbert Humperdinck and Alan Titchmarsh to trekking the Amazon rainforest and skydiving with The Red Devils, and all in the name of work!   



    ndbNick de Bois
    Managing Director
    Chair Events Industry Board

    Following his election as the Member of Parliament for Enfield North in 2010, with a majority of 1,692, Nick served on the House of Commons Public Administration Committee from 2010-2011, and the Justice Committee from 2011 onwards. In 2012 he was elected by his fellow Conservative MPs as Secretary of the powerful 1922 Committee of backbenchers, which regularly meets with senior party figures advising them on the views of Conservative MPs. Nick also Chaired the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for the UK Events Industry which, in 2013, held an inquiry exploring the international competitiveness of the UK events industry. 
    One of Nick’s key achievements during his time as an MP was his pursuit of a change to the law on possession of a knife which introduced mandatory custodial sentences on conviction for a second time. 
    Following a narrow defeat in the 2015 General Election, Nick took up the position of Chairman on the ‘BackZac2016’ campaign for Zac Goldsmith MP to become the next Conservative Mayor of London in May 2016.
    Prior to his political career, Nick was Managing Director of Rapiergroup, an exhibition & event management which he founded in the 1990’s. 



    ndmNick Dugdale-Moore
    Business Development Manager

    Nick has been working at UFI, the global association of the exhibition industry since 2010.  He is responsible for sponsorship and commercial partnerships for all of UFI's global portfolio of events and activities. A fluent speaker of Spanish and Portuguese he also looks after UFI's Latin American Chapter which is actively engaged throughout the region, notably in Mexico and Brazil. 
    Nick first worked in the exhibition industry when he joined Reed Exhibitions in 2006.  Working in the UK division of the International Sales Group (ISG), Nick's team delivered UK exhibitors and national pavilions to Reed's international shows.  Often this involved utilising UKTI's TAP programme and working alongside the various industry trade associations (ATO's).  Nick also worked on a company-wide sales-effective training programme and management software initiative.
    Nick has been the head of the UK Footvolley Association since 2004.


    AEAndrew Evans
    Divisional Managing Director
    Centaur Media

    Andrew has 29 years exhibition and event experience working in trade and consumer fields.  During this time he has been responsible for the development of some of the UK’s largest trade fairs as well as numerous event launches into new markets.  Andrew has worked across both UK and International platforms, having developed his career through Montgomery Exhibitions, Brintex, Reed/Fresh RM and Brand Events. 

    Evans Joined Centaur Media in September 2011 and is responsible for the ‘Live’ portfolio of 100+ exhibitions, events, awards and conferences with market leading brands such as The Lawyer, Marketing Week and The Engineer.


    JFJackie Fast 
    Managing Director
    Slingshot Sponsorship

    Jackie Fast is the Founder of Slingshot Sponsorship, an innovative agency that is transforming the sponsorship industry forever by pioneering “commercialised marketing”.
    Jackie is driven by the belief that sponsorship – specifically sustainable, synergistic commercial alliances – has the power to transform business. By identifying an organisation’s proposition and core values as the first step, Slingshot helps clients recognise the value of their assets and audience, and then find the right commercial partners for mutual benefit, for the long term.

    Although a simple concept, it’s a revolutionary one in the world of traditional “branded shirt” sponsorship. The results speak for themselves: her first client was the What Car? Awards, and in 3 months increased sponsorship revenues by 1532%. They are still a client five years later. More impressive still is that the first sponsor brought onto the What Car Awards is still a sponsor today, quite a departure from typical sponsorship agency models. And for every client, Slingshot has delivered beyond expectations, won awards, and been re-hired.


    afAnthony Floreano
    Managing Director

    Anthony Floreano is Managing Director of Freeman’s exhibitions and events business in the UK, overseeing all aspects of the operation across the EMEA region.

    With more than 25 years’ global events and hospitality experience gained from various leadership roles, Anthony joined Freeman’s UK business in July 2013, as Vice President and COO, leading the integration of the SO Group following its acquisition. Prior to that he spent seven years with Freeman’s Boston office as Vice President and General Manager.

    In his role of Managing Director, Anthony manages a team of 200 employees based at the state-of-the-art headquarters in Ryton, Coventry, overseeing all aspects of the trade show marketing business for the EMEA region. Anthony began his career in the service industry as a dishwasher and has worked his way up through the ranks gaining as much hands on experience as possible. He is a big proponent of open communication, collaboration and commitment among his team, citing these three principles as the greatest ingredients to success.

    When not working Anthony enjoys spending time with family and friends and supporting his favourite sports teams in the form of the Boston Bruins, Boston Red Sox and Liverpool.


    THTracy Halliwell
    Director of Business Tourism & Major Events
    London & Partners

    Director of Business Tourism and Major Events, Tracy Halliwell joined London & Partners from Visit London, the capital’s global marketing organisation. At London & Partners, Tracy heads up London’s Convention Bureau, managing the event solutions team and a proactive global sales team focused on attracting discretionary business, cultural & sporting events to the capital. At the same time Tracy works with city stakeholders to develop and build London’s business and major events tourism offering.

    In 2013 Tracy was awarded the Eventia Outstanding Achievement honour and named in the 2013 and 2014 Event 100 list of the most influential people in the industry.

    Prior to joining London & Partners Tracy had over 20 years’ experience in senior sales and marketing positions in the tourism industry including Vice-President of Sales EMEA for Millennium and Copthorne Hotels, Global Sales Director for Thistle Hotels (then the largest hotel operator in London), Senior Vice-President Sales & Marketing North America for Le Meridien Hotels and Resorts, as well as numerous property-based Director of Sales & Marketing roles within London and the UK.

    Tracy was awarded an MBE for services to business tourism in 2014.




    Lisa Hannant
    Group Managing Director
    Clarion Events

    Lisa is an experienced and commercial leader, with a track record of delivering growth across global conference and exhibition organisations.

    Over the past 25 years she has had extensive experience of operating in international and emerging markets and has been integral to the success of two start-up businesses.

    Since joining Clarion in 2008 as part of the acquisition of the Energy Exchange, Lisa has substantially expanded the Group’s scale and international footprint, and has successfully integrated a number of acquired platforms into the Company.

    Prior to joining Clarion, Lisa held senior management positions at Energy Exchange, Adam Smith Institute and Brintex.


    CHCarsten Holm
    Managing Director
    Diversified Business Communications UK

    Carsten Holm is Managing Director of Diversified Business Communications UK, an organiser of successful niche events including Natural & Organic Products Europe, lunch!, office*, Camexpo, Service Desk & IT Support Show, Natural Products Scandinavia,

    The Nordic Organic Food Fair, Casual Dining, GEO Business, Marelec and Ocean Business


    aiAnnick Ireland
    Group Marketing Director
    i2i Events

    As Group Marketing Director at i2i Events, Annick is responsible for managing the creation and execution of the group’s marketing strategy across all of the event brands, working closely with sales, event and operations teams to deliver outstanding customer value and market growth.
    Annick has 14 years’ experience working in B2B media organisations, holding CMO/Marketing Director roles within Informa and Reed Elsevier.  



    Kathryn JamesKathryn James
    Managing Director

    Kathryn James joined the NEC Group as Managing Director of the NEC in July 2007 and is responsible for the continued growth of the business, ensuring that it remains the ‘Home of Live’; where brands are born, products are launched and networks made.

    Kathryn leads on all aspects of the NEC, including the award-winning ‘Team NEC’, which was created in 2010 to bring a ‘one team’ philosophy to staff and partners working on the site. In addition, she leads on the master plan project ‘Destination NEC’, which builds on the success of the site to create a more compelling and engaging experience for visitors. The ‘Destination NEC’ project seeks to increase the existing economic value already created by the NEC Group of £2bn and 29,000 jobs in the region and includes the introduction of Resorts World, a new leisure and entertainment complex that’s set to open in 2015.

    Prior to joining the NEC, Kathryn – a Chartered Accountant – was Managing Director at London Luton Airport.  She first joined London Luton’s parent company TBI, one of the world’s largest airport operating companies, in 1996 from Price Waterhouse.

    She is chair of the AEV (Association of Event Venues) and a Governor at both King Edward VI Sheldon Heath Academy in East Birmingham and Birmingham Metropolitan College. Most recently, Kathryn has been listed in the Event 100 Club, a list of the most influential people in the events industry.


    Andrew Kennedy

    Perton Signs

    Andrew spent 6 years learning his sales and Marketing craft with Unilever and 3M.

    30 years ago he joined Perton Signs, a family business providing quality graphics to the Event industry. 

    He has seen the company grow from strength to strength - now in its 152nd year since inception - looks like they will be around for some time to come!

    Currently Chairman of ESSA, he is keen to see the development of relationships between the various Associations moving towards a stronger, more influential industry.


    cmChristine Martin
    Marketing Director

    Christine Martin joined  Global Experience Specialists (GES) as marketing director, EMEA in August 2015. She is responsible for the group’s marketing activity across the region and is charged with promoting and communicating the GES brand and its full suite of products to organisers and exhibitors. She also heads up the Exhibitor Sales team and sits on the EMEA executive board. 

    Christine’s background includes over 20 years’ experience in B2B magazine publishing and is a former Managing Director at both VNU/Nielsen (Literary portfolio) and Dennis Publishing (IT portfolio). Her ten years with Felix Dennis were instrumental in cultivating an entrepreneurial spirit and Christine has also launched, run and sold her own business – Peach Factory – a specialist media and networking business in the hospitality sector delivering board level access (via sponsorship)  for leading brands such as Coca Cola, Diageo, RBS and KPMG. 

    Her CV includes extensive event organiser experience having launched and run industry conferences and awards programmes across tech, hospitality and literary markets and she has also worked with a range of leading exhibition organisers as media partner and steering committee member. She recently completed a hugely enjoyable ten year stint as chair of the Independent Publishing Awards judging panel (book industry). Christine is also a former winner of the prestigious PPA Publisher of the Year Award. 




    Barry McIlheney
    Chief Executive

    Barry McIlheney began his career in magazines at IPC's Melody Maker before being appointed Editor of Smash Hits and going on to become launch Editor of Empire, Publishing Director of emap's music and film titles, and then Managing Director of emap metro.

    In 1999, he led the launch of heat magazine and later that year moved to Paris to oversee the launch of FHM France. He returned to the UK in 2000 as Chief Executive of emap elan, the company's women's magazine division, and in 2003 became Editor-in-Chief of emap consumer media.

    Barry was appointed CEO of the PPA on February 1, 2010.



    mmMark Moloney
    Managing Director
    Trades Exhibitions Ltd

    Mark Moloney has spent most of his working life organising exhibitions. Past events have served the telecoms, pharmacy, confectionary, and medical industries. Mark is probably best known for Professional Beauty, turning a small hotel based show into the UK’s third highest attended trade exhibition, before selling the portfolio to Emap PLC in December 2006.

    Mark regained control of Professional Beauty in 2011 and has expanded the brand into India, Ireland, South Africa and Dubai with offices in these countries staging exhibitions, conferences, websites and magazines in the beauty and other sectors.


    shaunShaun Ormrod 
    Chief Executive
    Farnborough International Limited

    Shaun Ormrod joined FIL as Chief Executive 2008. His appointment marked a change in approach for FIL being the first time the company has recruited from outside of the aerospace industry for its leader.

    Shaun launched his own SME in Ironbridge, Shropshire where he learned the key skills for running a business. The sales and mar-keting experience gained in these early days forged his future career in exhibitions, conferences and events.

    He went on to work at the NEC in Birmingham as an Events Manager working on major trade events such as Spring Fair International to national and world-wide showcases including the British International Motor Show, Gardeners’ World Live and the G8 Conference at the ICC Birmingham. He quickly progressed into management working for the International Centre in Telford where, under his directorship, he headed up the £10m redevelopment of the venue which went on to win numerous industry awards including The Events ‘Best Venue UK’ award in 2004. Shaun then moved back to the NEC as Group Operations Director before joining FIL in 2008 as Chief Executive.


    pmPeter Moule
    Managing Director
    Bill Moule & Sons Ltd

    Peter has  worked in the exhibition industry for over 30 years and his company specialises in Electrical Installations for Exhibitions and Museums.

    Bill Moule and Sons ltd has worked all over the world  and has built a reputation on first class service.

    Peter's true strength is his ingenuity and thinking outside of the box.

    He developed the “Connecta System” – the first pre wired electrical system for whole exhibitions as well as individual stands.

    He invented and patented The Chocbox – for use by all electricians in the exhibition industry – and went on to secure investment from James Caan and Duncan Bannatyne on Dragons Den.


    nigel Nigel Nathan
    Managing Director Olympia London

    Nigel is Managing Director of world-renowned venue Olympia London, having previously spent half of his career as an exhibition organiser in key positions at Blenheim and BDC Events. 

    Nigel is a strong believer in best practice within the industry and was a founding member of industry bodies the Events Industry Alliance and the Association of Event Venues and has sat on both boards as Chairman. 

    Following £45m worth of investment, an award winning rebrand and 125th anniversary celebrations, Nigel has guided the venue into a new era.  In 2015 Olympia London saw big growth in utilisation and is now one of the busiest venues in the UK.  This icon of British events hosts the nation's pre-eminent, established conferences and exhibitions, as well as some innovative newcomers.





    Lee Newton
    Media 10

    Lee Newton CEO of Media 10 Ltd, he and his team formed the company in 2003 and has transformed it into one of the leading players in the media and events industry as a result of running some of the most iconic and successful consumer and B2B events in the UK. 

    Lee oversees a growing portfolio of live international events with complementing websites and magazines, operating across the UK, South Africa, Germany and China. It currently sees over 1 million visitors across its live events portfolio each year.

    Media 10 is highly regarded within the Design and Architecture sector as well as within consumer home and lifestyle, including popular brands Clerkenwell Design Week, 100% Design, Grand Designs Live and the world’s oldest consumer exhibition: The Ideal Home Show which is over 100 years’ old. In 2013, the company won international acclaim having produced the first ever exhibition in the gardens of Buckingham Palace, for the Queen’s Coronation Festival.

    Lee has a clear focus on attention to detail and creativity which in turn creates interesting content and this is how Lee is able to create a point of difference from other event organisers in the industry. 


    SPSimon Parker
    Managing Director
    UBM Live

    Simon has a Bsc in Geography from Surrey University and began his career at Haymarket Publishing moving to Montgomery Exhibitions in 1990. He began work at UBM as part of the Blenheim acquisition in 1997 and has been there ever since. He has worked in a variety of roles and markets, been responsible for launches, geo-adaptations and acquisitions and is currently Managing Director for UBM EMEA London. Simons’ portfolio of products range from global exhibition brands such as Ifsec and Routes, digital and on-line platforms and conferences and information products such as Barbour, Health and Safety Professional. The UBM EMEA London team have offices in London, Dubai, Manchester, Paris and Colchester which includes the recently acquired Seatrade business covering the Cruise and General Maritime sectors. Simon sits on UBM EMEA board as well as working with both the AEO and PPA on their events strategy. He is married to Rachel an events and venue consultant, has two young daughters and lives in Buckinghamshire.



    apAdam Parry
    Event Industry News

    Adam is the editor of Event Industry News. 

    Started in 2007, Event Industry News is a leading worldwide online news portal for event professionals, covering topics such as festival production, event management, event technology and trends within the industry.  

    Adam is also co-founder of The Event Technology Awards and Event Tech Live two events dedicated to recognizing the development and use of all types of technology across event disciplines. 



    prPhil Redwood 
    Managing Director
    Fusion Insight

    Phil is currently Managing Director of Fusion Insight, a specialist research firm that helps events companies acquire, launch and develop their shows – In 2015, Fusion worked on a range of largely business to business events in 32 countries across EMEA, The Americas and Asia.

    Phil started working in the events industry in the 1990s as a Research Manager at Emap, where he worked on shows such as BETT, The Education Show, ICAT  and Apple Expo. He then joined CMP Media before going on to an international media agency and a technology company. He returned to the events industry in 2003 when he set up Fusion.



    ARAndrew Reed
    Managing Director, Exhibitions & Events
    William Reed Business Media

    Andrew is the MD of Events & Exhibitions at William Reed Business Media, a family owned company that has been providing market leading business information since 1862.

    The markets the business serves are central to everyone’s life. They include food and drink, where activities extend across manufacturing, retail, wholesale and hospitality, and, more recently, pharmaceuticals and cosmetics.  With high-value information and research, robust journalism, innovative events and revered awards, the aim is to help customers’ to compete and succeed within their markets.

    Andrew manages a live event portfolio covering exhibitions, conferences and industry events.  The exhibitions team won the Exhibitions News Best Team Award 2010 and AEO Best Launch Trade Show (Farm Shop & Deli) 2011.

    Andrew also sits on the boards of the AEO as Treasurer, the Association of Convenience Stores and the Wine and Spirit Trades Benevolent Society.


    holly rileyHolly Riley 
    Head of Tourism Strategy
    Department of Culture, Media and Sport

    Holly Riley is currently Head of Tourism Strategy at the Department of Culture, Media and Sport which includes leading on the Governments approach to Business Visits and Events. Holly has been in this role since September 2015

    In her civil service career she has worked on a variety of other policies including Same-Sex Marriage, Volunteering, Pensions, and Health and Safety! 

    Holly lives in Hertfordshire with her husband and 2 Children. 


    rsRory Sloan 
    Production Director
    INCA Productions

    Rory Sloan’s passion for the events industry began with his first paid role aged five helping to take down shell scheme stands at The London Designer Collections (which went on to become London Fashion Week). His first full time role was for exhibition and conference organisers Single Market Events working as Operation Manager on shows including London Fashion Week and the BBC Good Food Show.  

    Making a change in 1999, Rory became the first Production Manager at experiential marketing agency RPM and went on to build up a department of fifteen production specialists before joining the board in 2013.  RPM’s client list included BSkyB, Diageo, Heineken UK, Nestle, E.ON, M&S, Cancer Research UK and Reebok among others.

    In 2015 Rory joined creative events agency INCA Productions as their Production Director, working with clients such as Anya Hindmarch, Belstaff, DAKS, Jasper Conran, Naked Heart Foundation to name but a few.



    dtDan Thurlow
    Director of Exhibition Sales

    Dan started his career in delegate sales for a conference company including a brief spell recruiting and running a team in the US. In 1996 he switched to trade exhibitions spending 4 years at ITE Group working on Mining and Electronics events across the former Soviet Union, growing events and geo-cloning them into new territories. In 2000, Dan joined Emap where, with the exception of 2 years running the Retail Week magazine display team, he continued in b2b exhibitions. He has run shows in retail technology, garden and home/gift retail, utilities efficiency and went on to manage a portfolio covering resource management, broadcast technology and social healthcare with combined revenues in excess of £12m.

    In 2014 Dan joined the exec team at the SECC to head up the exhibitions division. Building on an established portfolio of events, the exhibitions team have since grown revenues by 40% and now welcome half a million to visitors to a range of leading consumer and trade events. He is also a member of the AEV board.


    carlozoccaliCarlo Zoccali
    Meetings & Events Manager
    Arsenal Football Club 

    Carlo Zoccali is head of meetings and events at Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium. Carlo and the Emirates Events team are responsible for over 600 events per year; from intimate corporate events to over 18,000 hopefuls for X-Factor, from a film set to a company AGM. Carlo has extensive event industry experience including roles with Stoke Park County Club and Crown Golf. He is a committed member of several leading industry trade associations. In his leisure time Carlo can be found training for triathlons and is an active supporter of the Dreamflight Charity. 


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