The Event Tech Tribe, the international federation of best-in-craft event tech companies, has appointed Carsten Pleiser as its new CEO.
He takes over the role from Marie-Claire
Stress Matters, the event industry well-being accreditation scheme, has partnered with Unique Venues of London to offer Mental Health First Aider training
Getting to and from an event location,
Haslehurst Waste Management & Recycling and Powerday have won a new three-year contract for the iconic event venue in Kensington, West London.
Olympia London, which
Research carried out by The Meetings Show has found that learning about the meetings and events industry is one of the most important personal
The Event Services and Suppliers Association (ESSA) has announced that it has joined UFI, The Global Association of the Exhibition Industry, in the ‘Association’ category.
A comparison site for event medical cover and medical training – The Medical Network (www.themedicalnetwork.co.uk) – has been launched.
A sky lantern festival scheduled for the Peak District has raised concerns as a result of recent major fires across moorland.
The Festivus group, who operate numerous music events throughout the UK, have partnered up with Riot Squad to introduce vape into four of their key events this year.
The meetings and events industry is underprepared for potential terrorist attacks, says a former Detective Chief Inspector at New Scotland Yard.
Beware of those wanting a slice of your ‘cake,’ baked with your hard work and success, says Steve Heap, general secretary of the Association of Festival Organisers (AFO).
Event organisers need to talk to their medical provider early in their planning cycle, as the best and most effective medical cover is evolved by discussion and debate and not as the result of
The Purple Guide has become very much the ‘bible’ for event organisers, providing advice on everything from venue planning to the numbers of toilets you need on a site. One key chapter covers fi
Events guru Bonnie May is gearing her expertise to a more local audience following the launch of a new venture. In the second part of this series we check out Bonnie May Events
Stuck for advice on the nuts and bolts of organising your event? The Purple Guide, updated last year with an on-line format, is an invaluable guide, says Jim Winship, TESA director and one of the
How do you go about organising your first event? What better than asking someone who’s been there, done it and got the T-shirt – in this case, Andy Cotton, founder of TAO Productions, one of the
New guidance to explain how regulations which manage the safety and health of construction projects apply to the entertainment industry has been published.