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Q&A: How to pitch to CNBC Europe’s Broadcast Team

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Q&A: How to pitch to CNBC Europe's Broadcast Team

CNBC is a world leader in business news, providing real-time financial market coverage and business content consumed by 355 million people per month across all platforms. CNBC Europe is one of its key international editions, bringing the channel’s expertise and insight to this core market with vital business programmes like Squawk Box.

To help you understand how CNBC Europe’s broadcasting team works, and how you can target individual programmes, its News Editor Tessa McCann will be joining us for one of our new Q&A sessions.

The event will put you in the driver’s seat as you get to grill Tessa on the issues affecting you most, whether they are immediate problems or broader enquiries allowing you to formulate your strategy going forward. We will be asking you to submit questions in advance, so Tessa can prepare, but we’ll also have time during the 45-minute session for follow ups.

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Seats are £50 and limited to 50 PRs, so book now if you want to join us. This session is taking place at Hudson Sandler, 25 Charterhouse Square, Barbican, London, England, EC1M 6AE.

Cancellations are permitted up to 2 working days before an event. You can transfer to a different session up to 2 days before the event (subject to availability), and delegate substitutions are accepted at any time. Please contact our event team at events@roxhillmedia.com for cancellation, transfer and substitution requests.

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