Networking

SITS – The Service Desk & IT Support Show attracts over 3,500 ITSM professionals making it the key place to discuss your challenges and come away with great ideas and solutions to implement

There are many great opportunities for networking, both before and at the show.

MEETING PLANNER

Why not start networking and planning your meetings before you get through the door? Our new Meeting Planner will allow you to book in appointments with the exhibitors you want to meet, ensuring you can effectively manage your time at the event. Just choose which time you wish to visit their stand, and it will be scheduled into both your calendars. You can login to the meeting planner here.

THE PROFESSIONAL SERVICE MANAGEMENT SURGERY – FROM ITSMF UK

Visit stand 906 for independent free advice and guidance on all aspects of service management, from leading practitioners and consultants with experience from across the service management industry.  Areas they will be covering include All things ITSM and ITIL; DevOps, SIAM, ESM and Digital; Best practice, market and product knowledge; Service desk tools and processes; and Career, skills and procurement advice.

SHOW BAR

Situated in the heart of the show, the Show Bar, sponsored by Focus Group Europe, now an Accenture company, is great place to meet up with your industry colleagues.

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE MANAGEMENT AWARDS

The ITSMF UK will be holding their annual awards to coincide with SITS, making another great reason to be in London. The awards will take place at the Landmark Hotel on 7 June. Find out more.

SEATING AREA

Take a break from the show floor to relax and reflect on your visit so far in the Webroot Seating Area.

THE ITIL HUB

Come along to meet the ITIL® team! AXELOS are setting up a ‘meet and greet’ space at the back of the show. You’ll get the chance to directly speak to the team behind ITIL and ITIL Practitioner to share your thoughts on their certifications and which direction you’d like to see them go in future years. But it’s not all about ITIL – they want to hear about all your ITSM experiences: tell them which framework you use, what trends have taken your fancy and which problems are causing you headaches!